Funny ! Support Intel x86 linux applications on ARM-based ( PINE64 ) not freeware
#1
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Find Other --->  Eltechs ExaGear Desktop for ARMv8 devices



https://eltechs.com/product/exagear-desk...nd-prices/
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1. Use Pine64 Running Ubuntu 16.04 Web Server ( LAMP )

2. Use Pine64 Running Official Android 6  for Media player
3. Use Pine64 Running Volumio Digital Audio Player





#2
(05-20-2016, 09:26 AM)joe Wrote: Find Other --->  Eltechs ExaGear Desktop for ARMv8 devices

€29.95

https://eltechs.com/product/exagear-desk...nd-prices/

Interesting finding.
#3
Wonder what the performance is like ...
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#4
Hi All,

I'm pretty interested in this.

Has anyone been able to test this out on the Pine?

Regards,

vinodmenon80
#5
Well, the PI won't have enough memory for it (the performance will suck); the PineA64 has the memory for it, which may make the whole PineA64 scene more attractive to a wider audience. Very interesting, indeed.

marcus
#6
(07-13-2016, 11:42 PM)MarkHaysHarris777 Wrote: Well, the PI won't have enough memory for it (the performance will suck);  the PineA64 has the memory for it, which may make the whole PineA64 scene more attractive to a wider audience. Very interesting, indeed.

marcus

Thanks for the feedback marcus. So I have the Media Center version with 2Gb Ram. Just got the stuff this week.
#7
So have anyone tried it? Is it worth to buy it if I plan to use some kind of journal on my Pine64?
With journal I mean database (e.g https://geteventstore.com/ or http://cassandra.apache.org/ )
#8
This could be nice so we can use
Realterm in electronics projects
And USB microcontrollers burners such avr dragon and pickit
It's interesting
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Java 8 arm by oracle
Netbeans 8.1
chromium (uses way toooo much Ram)

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#9
why would anyone want to do windows apps on an arm board? seems to me one look at the eltechs' forum tells you there are better ways, a cheap windows laptop probably being the least problematic.
#10
dkryder, the reason is being able to leverage the power of the SoC for IoT, yet be able to also use the knowledge base and skill set of windows development tools.

Its not really running windows on a pine board, its really being able to leverage the pine board from a windows development standpoint.

The important thing to note (for everyone) is that this is NOT windows 10 running on a Pine. There is no gui, and there is no desktop.
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