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OS images to download
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A round up of the different current downloadable OS images for you to tinker with - set them up via the Getting Started guide 

Official TinkerOS :

Latest version v1.8 - Debian stretch based. 2017/04/18

Thread: TinkerOS 1.8 thread
Downloads: https://www.asus.com/uk/Single-Board-Com..._Download/ 

Direct links: linaro-stretch-alip-v1.8.zip [762MB] 

                  linaro-jessie-alip-v16.zip [928MB]
                  debian v1.4 [695MB]
                  debian v1.3


Official Android

Android 6.01 Marshmallow. 2017/05/15 

Thread: Android thread
Download: android image [239MB]  
 

Armbian:

Thread: Armbian thread
Download: https://www.armbian.com/tinkerboard/ (nightly) [548 MB]

DietPi:

DietPi configurable distro NB: GPU features are disabled for this board (eg: Kodi, Desktop). Ideal for server usage

Thread: DietPi thread
Download: http://dietpi.com/#download [116 MB]

Volumio
Volumio - the Audiophile Music Player Operating system. 

Thread: Volumio thread
Download: volumio-2.170 [270 MB]

Yocto:

Yocto customized source tree which enables VPU (hardware accelerated decoding and encoding), GPU, WiFi, video processing libraries (FFMPEG, OpenCV etc.,)
Thread: Yocto thread
Download: download [925 MB]


FlintOS (chromeOS)

FlintOS boots straight into chromium, and works just like ChromeOS

Download: http://flintos.io/download

LUbuntu

ELAR systems have an lubuntu image for tinkerboard here:
download: lubuntu

thread: thread

LibreELEC (kodi)
Experimental images of LibreElec
thread: https://tinkerboarding.co.uk/forum/thread-295.html

User Images

gooze74 : 
Image based based on debian 9 (stretch) 
Preemptive kernel with ondemand performance governor, RAID support, reiserfs, btrfs, ntfs, fat32, cifs, autofs4. 
(no wifi)
download [1.8GB]

mikerr:
My tinkerOS image with scratch, kodi, libreoffice etc preinstalled ... thread
download [2.2GB]
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#2
Not bad, from 1 OS to 4 in just a month Smile
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#3
http://en.t-firefly.com/en/firenow/firef.../download/


Phoenix OS for RK3288 Firefly looks interesting. Could this be modified to work on the Asus Tinker Board?
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#4
My updated tinkerboard image WITHOUT wifi/bluetooth but some nice feature https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BxiKWGg...tIYXc/view
Preemptive kernel with ondemand performance governor, RAID support, reiserfs, btrfs, ntfs, fat32, cifs, autofs4.
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(04-09-2017, 02:22 PM)gooze74 Wrote: My updated tinkerboard image WITHOUT wifi/bluetooth but some nice feature https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BxiKWGg...tIYXc/view
Preemptive kernel with ondemand performance governor, RAID support, reiserfs, btrfs, ntfs, fat32, cifs, autofs4.

Very nice image, based on debian 9 (stretch), autofs runs out of the box.

I tryed some iptables comands, seems to be working, so openvpn shoud work (not tested).

But no WIFI. 

@gooze74, pls try to implement WIFI and bluetooth.

Thanks, a lot for that image ...

Greets
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(04-09-2017, 02:22 PM)gooze74 Wrote: My updated tinkerboard image WITHOUT wifi/bluetooth but some nice feature https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BxiKWGg...tIYXc/view
Preemptive kernel with ondemand performance governor, RAID support, reiserfs, btrfs, ntfs, fat32, cifs, autofs4.

Thanks @gooze74 for this nice image.

I'm trying to install Kodi but it crash all the time. I installed gdb that was missing regard to the crashlog but it still crashing. Something with missing core file in home/linaro/core.
Do you have any solution about this.
I´m newbie in linux but learning every day  Smile
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#7
Just a note to those making .img : please consider use zip (or gz)

.img files tend to compress well, and programs like http://Etcher.io  can burn straight from a zip file
e.g.  goose74's 1.8GB image compresses down to 600MB zip.

...and THANKS for the work !
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#8
(04-09-2017, 02:22 PM)gooze74 Wrote: My updated tinkerboard image WITHOUT wifi/bluetooth but some nice feature https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BxiKWGg...tIYXc/view
Preemptive kernel with ondemand performance governor, RAID support, reiserfs, btrfs, ntfs, fat32, cifs, autofs4.

Looks promising! Smile

Compared to TOS 1.6b it feels fresh - just some minor issues like HDMI-resolution and inability to unlock/change time/date settings
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(04-11-2017, 07:00 AM)Dememan Wrote:
(04-09-2017, 02:22 PM)gooze74 Wrote: My updated tinkerboard image WITHOUT wifi/bluetooth but some nice feature https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BxiKWGg...tIYXc/view
Preemptive kernel with ondemand performance governor, RAID support, reiserfs, btrfs, ntfs, fat32, cifs, autofs4.

Thanks @gooze74 for this nice image.

I'm trying to install Kodi but it crash all the time. I installed gdb that was missing regard to the crashlog but it still crashing. Something with missing core file in home/linaro/core.
Do you have any solution about this.
I´m newbie in linux but learning every day  Smile

I did not have any issue installing Kodi and I am able to play everything really smoothly. However, I experienced similar issues when updating the system (sudo apt-get upgrade, sudo apt-get dist-upgrade) which broke some of the X server features.

(04-10-2017, 05:19 PM)Psycho_Dad Wrote:
(04-09-2017, 02:22 PM)gooze74 Wrote: My updated tinkerboard image WITHOUT wifi/bluetooth but some nice feature https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BxiKWGg...tIYXc/view
Preemptive kernel with ondemand performance governor, RAID support, reiserfs, btrfs, ntfs, fat32, cifs, autofs4.

Very nice image, based on debian 9 (stretch), autofs runs out of the box.

I tryed some iptables comands, seems to be working, so openvpn shoud work (not tested).

But no WIFI. 

@gooze74, pls try to implement WIFI and bluetooth.

Thanks, a lot for that image ...

Greets
For the moment, the kernel supporting WIFI and bluetooth is really outdated compared to the one used in this image. The rockchip team tends to update their kernel according to their MPP library and their Xserver. So I prefered to make an image without wifi & bluetooth for stability anf features.
It is still possible to try to have WIFI and bluetooth by following my tutorial and selecting the branch "release-20160818-miniarm" of the Rockchip kernel repository or compiling from the official kernel sources directly from my image (http://tinkerboarding.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?tid=66).
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#10
If Asus would do ChromeOS for tinker board, this would be an awesome chromebox
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