Windows 10 IoT finally released on Pine A64 platform
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The Pine A64 already passed the Windows 10 Azure IoT certification: https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/docume...gurations/

For the Pine A64 Windoiws IoT installation process, please refer to https://github.com/Azure/azure-iot-sdks/...-csharp.md

For the Pine A64 Window IoT code, please download from Pine64 file server: http://files.pine64.org/os/win10-iot/Win...Pine64.ffu

For developer that interest on the Pine A64 Windows IoT SDK, please stays tune. We will release the UEFI source code and Win10 BSP SDK package in few weeks time Smile
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#2
Seems like some users encounter " Failed to write provisioning file to the microSD Card" when programmign teh microSD card, this issue has been reported and investigated.
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#3
That is good news for people that want to experiment with 10 IoT Core , is there any documentation around what hardware and interfaces are supported by this port, what about thermal/power management?
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(08-05-2016, 04:52 AM)xalius Wrote: That is good news for people that want to experiment with 10 IoT Core , is there any documentation around what hardware and interfaces are supported by this port, what about thermal/power management?

At current time, still bare.
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There is a new image release for Pine64's Wins 10 IoT

For release note and installation procedure, here is the github link: https://github.com/Leeway213/Win10-IoT-f...seNotes.md

For the new 20160809ffu build release, please download from this link: http://files.pine64.org/os/win10-iot/Pin...eta0.1.ffu
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i do not see image file?
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(08-09-2016, 04:29 AM)dkryder Wrote: i do not see image file?

Sorry, here is the link: http://files.pine64.org/os/win10-iot/Pin...eta0.1.ffu
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Any updates on the SDK and the UEFI source code?
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#9
has anyone tried to put a bios onto the sd card so any os can be use from the usb port using a memory stick or a hard drive
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#10
As you can already see, several operating systems are already available for the PineA64; gnu+linux (several flavors, including now Gentoo), Remix, Android, and others. Bios of course does not make sense for the PineA64; however, some are experimenting with UEFI.

gnu+linux supports virtualization; in fact, that is why Simon Eissenmann (longsleep) built the linux kernel for the pine board in the first place. Containers , Docker , work on the pine board , and any number of things might run in a VM.

It is possible to boot to an sdd, hdd, but you must use the SD card to get there. The rootfs then installs on the disk; the SD card points to the disk (I am over-simlifying here).

hope you enjoy your pine board, best of luck to you
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