Clarification of type-c superspeed device mode
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(07-01-2018, 03:38 AM)CaptainZalo Wrote: Short answer: You need drivers for all peripherals, regardless of connection. They don't magically work because they're connected to a supported port. Some os'es come with a plethora of drivers preinstalled and some distros come with specialized drivers for certain peripherals. If you're lucky, you can find a driver for your 10Gbe pcie card on aarch64 architecture, it'll work.

Ok, but my question only partly deals with software support. The other part of my question is a clarification of the type of usb type c port which is available on the RockPro64.
- Is the usb type-c port OTG? Can it act as a peripheral in addition to acting as a host? (this is only a partly a question about software, it is also a question about the hardware capabilities of the rockpro64)

- If the type-c port can act as a peripheral, can it do so at super speed?

Thanks


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RE: Clarification of type-c superspeed device mode - by cpwrunner - 07-03-2018, 11:44 AM

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