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TinkerOS 2.0.10
Hi, every one!

TinkerOS  V2.0.10 Version have bin released.

I will install today. Wink
Seems a short (or truncated) change log:

Version 2.0.10 Beta Version
TinkerOS_Debian v2.0.10
1. Optimized camera compatibility

Direct download link: [1.06GB]
I've just purchased a TinkerBoard S for the first time, and just installed TinkerOS Beta,
and where I am impressed by the board in general, i find the following:-
1. Both Chromium and Firefox-ESR crash when started.
2. Kernel is 4.4.132+ which I believe stops Snaps from working

I cannot see kernel 4.4 in the Apt repositories, which leads me to ask, whether the kernel will ever get upgraded when ASUS release a newer version?
In general is it possible to upgrade to, say. 2.0.12, if and when ASUS release it, or does one have to re-flash and start again?

(06-04-2019, 08:49 AM)Mikerr Wrote: Seems a short (or truncated) change log:

Or nothing more, isn't it ?
Light blue words might be a link. Have you try to click on them? Big Grin
(06-04-2019, 12:34 PM)jradxl Wrote: 1. Both Chromium and Firefox-ESR crash when started.
Chromium is version 67 in this image - later versions do crash.

I guess you did an apt-get upgrade which brought in chromium V70 which crashes, as does newest Firefox.

Temporary solution is to hold chromium at v67 before doing apt-get update:
sudo apt-mark hold chromium
have they fixed the cpu speed
should be 1.8

lscpu will give details
new image is still giving only giving me 1.6 ghz via lscpu

but reading online, it seems 1.6 it all you should get for quad cores??
The ASUS Tinker Board comes in two variants: The vanilla ASUS Tinker Board and ASUS Tinker Board S. Its base model comes equipped with a Rockchip RK3288 Cortex-A17 quad-core system on a chip (SoC) processor. You'll see quad-core processing as high as 1.6GHz, and single core processing up to 1.8GHz. There's an ARM Mali-T674 GPU with 4K support over HDMI. Onboard, there's a decent 2Gb of DDR3 RAM.
(06-04-2019, 12:34 PM)jradxl Wrote: 2. Kernel is 4.4.132+ which I believe stops Snaps from working
Good to know. I just read this, before trying the 2.0.10 Beta. 
I wanted to give the Beta 2.0.10 a try, because I'm waiting for Snap support.
(06-27-2019, 03:56 PM)petergloor Wrote: because I'm waiting for Snap support.

On Armbian (Bionic) since years. Just install the snap package.
Armbian. Lightweight Debian Stretch or Ubuntu Bionic for Tinker Board.

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