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Problems to connect Tinkerboard to Arduino
#11
> i didn't even think about trying it at Armbian.

Next time: if there is no Armbian or it does not work(small chances but possible), choose board makers creations Wink

Armbian & general community, which is behind (especially) mainline based kernels, have way more knowledge ... Especially on older hardware such as Tinkerboard.
Armbian. Lightweight Debian Stretch or Ubuntu Bionic for Tinker Board.
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#12
Sometimes this is a programming challenge. When I am dealing with high speed USB, network UDP, etc., the goal is keep the receive buffer as empty as possible.

I work with GPS units using NMEA0183 protocol. The unit sends a string once a second (or 10 per second @ hi speed). I don't stop to process anything until I get the termination character. Then I know I have some time to process that string.
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