#171 Request for support for NanoPi R4S, RockChip RK3399, 4GB RAM

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opened 2 months ago by libr3 · 0 comments
libr3 commented 2 months ago

We have NanoPi R2S supported on LibreCMC, we could make support to NanoPi R4S. It would be the most powerful system with LibreCMC (I think).

This single-board computer handles 1 Gbps perfectly with OpenWRT, it could be a good replacement for a domestic router installed by ISPs in FTTH installations.

The 4GB RAM version is supported by upstream [1], while the 1 GB too althought the lastest snapshot doesn't work with 1 GB version.

The SBC uses RK3399 as SoC: u-boot can to be build without blobs because we have source code of ARM Trusted Firmware [2] and we could remove the blobs easily [3], as is recommended for other SBC RK3399 SoC [4].

[1] https://openwrt.org/toh/friendlyarm/nanopi_r4s_v1

[2] https://github.com/ARM-software/arm-trusted-firmware/tree/master/plat/rockchip/rk3399

[3] "find . -name '*.bin' -exec rm -rf {} \;" would be enough

[4] https://stikonas.eu/wordpress/2019/09/15/blobless-boot-with-rockpro64/

We have NanoPi R2S supported on LibreCMC, we could make support to NanoPi R4S. It would be the most powerful system with LibreCMC (I think). This single-board computer handles 1 Gbps perfectly with OpenWRT, it could be a good replacement for a domestic router installed by ISPs in FTTH installations. The 4GB RAM version is supported by upstream [1], while the 1 GB too althought the lastest snapshot doesn't work with 1 GB version. The SBC uses RK3399 as SoC: u-boot can to be build without blobs because we have source code of ARM Trusted Firmware [2] and we could remove the blobs easily [3], as is recommended for other SBC RK3399 SoC [4]. [1] https://openwrt.org/toh/friendlyarm/nanopi_r4s_v1 [2] https://github.com/ARM-software/arm-trusted-firmware/tree/master/plat/rockchip/rk3399 [3] "find . -name '*.bin' -exec rm -rf {} \;" would be enough [4] https://stikonas.eu/wordpress/2019/09/15/blobless-boot-with-rockpro64/
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