Here's the STL, STEP and FreeCAD file for it, you'll also need some brass inserts (I forgot what size) and soldering iron to melt them in, as well as screws, and a toggleswitch to mount through that round hole.
@JF @PINE64 @matrix Looks like we just crossed each other in our messages :) Also, just checked: the hole diameter for the inserts is 4mm, so something a little larger than 4mm measured on the ribs to melt into it. https://mastodon.social/@CounterPillow/108267103175389070
@kuleszdl @JF All the pieces are falling into place now, hopefully with Linux 5.19 most stuff will Just Work™. We're still waiting for TF-A sources though. I recommend keeping an eye on https://wiki.pine64.org/wiki/Quartz64_Development#Upstreaming_Status
If you're comfortable with patching your own kernel you are of course not bound by release schedules and can enjoy video output and PCIe right now without issues.
Big pieces still missing: CSI, DSI, eDP, NPU, rkvdec2, rkvenc.
@JF I just love how much computer you are getting out of that little amount of equipment inside of that now-cavernous old case.
@JF Isn't this the build that was featured on the pine64 blog recently? How is the server doing now, can I ask what distro you are using and if it's on a mainline kernel?
@frox Yep, I wrote the blog post on Pine64 blog (https://www.pine64.org/2022/06/03/my-diy-low-power-6-ssd-nas-based-on-the-quartz64-arm-board/) 🙂
The server is running fine right now. It runs my Matrix home server and a TOR snowflake proxy for now. I still consider it as experimental so I haven't moved all my services and data on it yet.
It's running on Manjaro with kernel "Linux quartz64 5.19.0-rc1-0.4-MANJARO-ARM-Q64". I don't think this is mainline kernel, but the community is working hard to mainline as much as possible!
@JF very cool. I didn't realise it was you who wrote it 😄
I have a rockpro64 which I recently got second hand. But the SOC in the quartz64 doesn't do any speculative execution interestingly, contrary to the rk3399 in the rockpro64.
Out of curiosity, how much system resources is your matrix homeserver using?
And kudos for running a Tor Snowflake!
@frox I'm the only user on my server so the load is quite low : load avg is between 0.1 and 0.5 most of the time. It uses 300MB of Ram but usage seems to increase with time (I've seen up to 1GB)
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