ROCKPRO64 suitable for experimenting with custom NVMe drivers?
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I'm about to start a hobby project that involves writing a custom user space NVMe driver, and it _seems_ like the ROCKPRO64 with the optional PCIe to m.2 interface card and a suitable m.2 NVMe SSD would be a great experimentation platform. BUT, I was wondering if there are any traps I should be aware of that would make we want to consider a different device? (I presume the Pine64 adapter card is more likely to work well than a third party adapter card?) 

To be extra clear: it's suitability for experimentation that concerns me most: a computer that I can mess up to an arbitrary degree while my main Linux box remains stable to use for other things ;-). I may eventually play with kernel mode drivers too -- be afraid; be *very* afraid!

Any thoughts about suitability? (Thanks in advance!)
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ROCKPRO64 suitable for experimenting with custom NVMe drivers? - by spirom - 05-08-2019, 06:19 PM

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