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Question Autodesk Inventor
Posted by: matt - 01-31-2016, 10:36 PM - Forum: Android - No Replies

I'm wondering if the pine64 can enhance my laptop to use autodesk inventor in storage and performance. Also could I double the storage and performance by simply getting 2?

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Posted by: fdeschape - 01-31-2016, 06:44 PM - Forum: Game Station Emulation - Replies (28)

Hello everyone,

My current favorite OS for the rpi2 is RECALBOX. It is easy to use and its the best one ive seen to run n64 on using the rpi2. My guess is that with the 64bit and 2gb version (which i kickstarted) it would run perfect. 

Anyone know if it will be difficult to make recalbox work on the pine a64+ 2 gb? If not I do not mind retropie or Lakka.

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  Air mouse Shown in FruitNinja Video on the kickstarter campaign
Posted by: AlanB - 01-31-2016, 02:17 PM - Forum: Accessories - Replies (11)

On the kickstarter campaign page there is a video of someone "Testing Fruit Ninja with an optional Air Mouse!"
From the video itself, it seems that is a very responsive 3D Air mouse.  I would like to purchase that exact unit and give it a try.
What is the brand and model number of that specific Air Mouse?

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  motor shield?
Posted by: hazerty - 01-31-2016, 02:19 AM - Forum: Projects, Ideas and Tutorials - Replies (12)

have you planned motor shield for3D print or other?

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  Lego Case
Posted by: Kiryu - 01-30-2016, 11:59 PM - Forum: Enclosures - Replies (67)

I plan on building a Lego NES case when I finally get mine. Will probably need to run to the lego store at some point to get the pieces I need, but would anyone happen to know the parts list to make something like this?

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  LVDS Questions
Posted by: MikeJewski - 01-30-2016, 11:16 PM - Forum: LCD and Touch Panel - Replies (5)

It is said on the wiki that the plus model can drive an LCD through LVDS up to 1366x768. My question is how would the pine64 react to the inverter needed with older LCD displays from laptops. Also, would it be able to drive an LED LCD screen through this display port?

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  New module: POT board
Posted by: Crispin - 01-30-2016, 07:30 PM - Forum: POT modules - Replies (25)

Hi all,

Very cool to see the new modules being talked about and shown.

I saw the latest Kickstarter update and was wondering what the role of the "12C POT board" was? What is this and what would it be used for? Or is this one of those "if you have to ask then it isn't for you"-type scenarios?  Smile


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  NAS, Plex Server
Posted by: Crispin - 01-30-2016, 07:22 PM - Forum: Linux - Replies (2)

Hi all,

I've been imagining all the areas I might be able to put a PINE64 to good use around the home, and so far I'm predicting I'm going to need at least half a dozen of them! Sounds like a few fun weekends ahead...

Does anyone know if there is the ability/opportunity to use a PINE64 to run a small NAS operating system (and connect it up to a few USB hard drives)? Or is this not a good use-case, perhaps because a SATA connection is needed?

The other idea I had was to run Plex Server on a PINE64 as a back-end (and of course use another PINE64 for a front-end) - does anyone know if that would be possible? Or would it suffer from the same lack of SATA speed for media retrieval? I was hoping it might be fine for 1-2 simultaneous streams?


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Posted by: Crispin - 01-30-2016, 07:11 PM - Forum: Cluster Computing - Replies (4)

Hi all,

I am intrigued by the partnership with PicoCluster and what this might enable for end-users in our homes.

Does anyone have any ideas/plans on what clustering PINE64s might enable? Or does it simply make one's PINE64 unit more powerful/fast, as opposed to adding more features?


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  Spurious interrups from KEYADC
Posted by: StefanB - 01-30-2016, 08:36 AM - Forum: POT modules - Replies (2)

During U-Boot startup I see the following message repeated

key pressed value=0x1

This is obviously caused by interrupts from the KEYADC. As far as I can see, this pin is left floating, but should likely be weakly (1..10 MOhm) pulled to GND.

I assume the purpose of this pin is to implement an R2R ladder input, like


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