Q4OS for PinebookPro
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A testing build of the Q4OS for Pinebook Pro is available. It is based on the official Pine64 Debian Stretch / armhf system.

Download: https://sourceforge.net/projects/q4os/files/testing/

Description: Although the image has been tested and can be used safely, it suffers with a few quite serious issues. This testing build is not recommended for a production deployment. Anyone is welcome to download and test Q4OS, and post any findings here.

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#2
Hi and thanks for sharing this with us Smile
Come have a chat in the Pine A64 IRC channel >>
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(11-20-2019, 07:37 AM)q4osteam Wrote: First testing build of the Q4OS for Pinebook Pro is available. It is based on the official Pine64 Debian Stretch / armhf system.

Download: https://sourceforge.net/projects/q4os/files/testing/

Description: Although the image has been tested and can be used safely, it suffers with a few quite serious issues. This testing build is not recommended for a production deployment. Anyone is welcome to download and test Q4OS, and post any findings here.

Initial credentials:
 Username: rock
 Password: rock

I tested and looks well.
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A new testing release "q4os-2.7-pinebookpro.r3.zip" is available for download https://sourceforge.net/projects/q4os/files/testing/ . Palemoon, lightweight and fast web-browser featuring modern standards is included in the image. A few fixes and updates are provided as well.
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#5
Hi there,

I downloaded and very much like the Q4OS on my pinebook pro, but have a problem with kernel modules:

q4os-2.7-pinebookpro.r5.zip image is using kernel 4.4.203 but the /lib/modules/ folder contains the 4.4.202/ modules.
As a result, I can't get the Arduino Mega to connect.  It shows up on usb bus, but needs the cdc-acm.ko which fails.

- how can I generate the correct modules?
- which apt packages do I need to download and build the kernel? Another option for me to add cdc-acm into the kernel.  I haven't built a kernel for a loooooong time.

This was the first time I tried Q4OS and very much like the interface.  I'm guessing it is using kde 3.5, similar to my slackware machine Smile

Thank you,
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