Michael Howard wrote: > On 09/06/2016 10:55, Dave Lers wrote: >> Michael Howard wrote: >>> On 07/06/2016 20:00, Dave Lers wrote: >>>> If anyone is interested in running TDE on a Raspberry Pi (2 or 3), >>>> it's relatively easy (much more so than w/ a cubieboard) and works >>>> surprisingly well. >>>> >>> I have TDE running on Cubietruck and Wandboard. What was the >>> difficulty with the cubieboard? >> The big one was that neither audio or video worked out of the box. >> Getting hardware accelerated video working was a PITA and I never >> did >> get subtitle files or .avi's to work (or KVM switching). It may be >> easier now, I haven't updated/tried Armbian since before it got that >> name. >> > Ah, I've never used Armbian. Always used debian neat without problem. > Once the (any) distro is installed TDE works really well on any arm > device I've ever had. What is debian neat? What kernel are you using? My understanding is that the mainline kernel still doesn't fully support the A20, e.g. NAND and hardware video acceleration.