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#11
i downloaded pine64-1803 and q4os. seems fairly snappy to start.
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#12
(04-10-2017, 05:21 AM)Luke Wrote: As previously, we will also update our drivers accordingly. Many thanks - looks great!

Thanks Smile but I see old Q4OS versions only at  http://cdn.pine64.uk/Q4OS/ , you may want to add 'q4os-pine64-1803.zip' ..
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#13
Sorry about that, I asked Dave to update it but he must have forgotten. Will prompt him again...

EDIT: We haven't updated our mirror yet - will do so soon. For now please download the newest version directly from Q4OS. Sorry for the inconvenience. I will update this post once Dave gets the new image on the cdn server.

Pine mirror has been updated with newest Q4OS
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#14
Just getting back to tinkering with the Pine after a bit of a hiatus, Q4OS is looking interesting....
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#15
just burned an image to SD, seems to be taking a long time to boot, is that normal for first time? UPDATE: booted quickly on second try...
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#16
(04-22-2017, 01:27 PM)jkmooney Wrote: just burned an image to SD, seems to be taking a long time to boot, is that normal for first time?

No, it should reach the login screen in a few seconds. Did you burn the latest image 'q4os-pine64-1803.img' ?
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#17
(04-22-2017, 01:34 PM)q4osteam Wrote:
(04-22-2017, 01:27 PM)jkmooney Wrote: just burned an image to SD, seems to be taking a long time to boot, is that normal for first time?

No, it should reach the login screen in a few seconds. Did you burn the latest image 'q4os-pine64-1803.img' ?

I did. On second boot attempt, it started right up.  Set up wireless and loaded default apps as well as Synaptic, Libre Office, and Firefox.  Very well put together desktop.  I'll have to try the Raspberry version as well...
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