New Community Ran Website!

admin Apr 30. 2019 10

Welcome to the new PINE64 website. In time, this blog will be filled with updates and news as well as posts from developers and contributors. The website will be maintained and ran by the community; everything, with the exception of the store, will be accessible to be shaped and molded to suit the PINE64 community of developers and end-users. More information will follow shortly.

For now, have fun exploring the new site. If you have any suggestions for improvements, or want to help maintain this website, or contribute something for the blog – let us know.

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    Mike Weatherholtz says:

    You should probably also create some redirects for all the ?product ?product_cat urls to point to

    Nawet ladna, ale najbardziej zadziwiło mnie wnętrze, tablet, konsola, telefon laptop. Wow
    po prostu rakietowo sie rozwijacie.

    I have a couple of these, both with the 2 GIG of RAM, both the origional A64 types. One in a playbox, I think they call it, white plastic box with a 7 inch screen 64 gig card, the other in a clear lexon case with no display. I used to have a 7 inch for her as well but the double side tape came loose and tore the ribbon cable, never could get it working again, well the unit itself still works, I have it hooked to my monitor using an HDMI addaptor to VGA. I wanted to put openSUSE on my tablet unit but none of the links to the window managers work any more, and I have never used SUSE in all my years of playing with Linux, I usually use a debian type. Would be nice to see some work done on getting a good Linux system working on the old gal using the 7 inch screen. I have my lexan unit running off my monitor, and am, as I type, burning Android 6.01 to a card for the tablet. I used to have it set up with Android 5 and used it in my RV when traveling to keep tabs on campgrounds and such.`

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