Now we are talking : 25ms per frame, 40FPS! SPI bus is mostly saturated, I'm not sure it'll be able to go faster than that!

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Running the display of the @PINE64 STACK (
BL604 , SPI @40Mhz
) at 25 FPS.

There's still a bit of overhead, it should be possible to go even faster!

I've finally receive my NRF PPK2! I'll be able to monitor and improve power consumption of running on the @PINE64 !

Thank you for your donations that allowed me to make this purchase!

As of now, 100 developers contributed to !

Thanks everyone for your work on this firmware for the amazing @PINE64 !

I installed 4 new SSDs (6 in total) in my based on the @PINE64 board as an experiment!

2 x 1TB in btrfs mirror mode for various services and docker. Currently running my @matrixdotorg home server.

4 x 1TB in RAID5 for data storage.

Expectations vs reality : loading a background image from the SPI flash in and in running on the @PINE64 !

Now, let's try to optimize and speed that up!

This is my now ! @PINE64 @Rockchip

The board and SSD are powered by a . There are only 2*1TB SSDs installed, but I would like to install 6 of them in the future!

It's comfortably running my @matrix right now!

My driver for the @PINE64 USB adapter is now compatible with kernel > 5.10!

I also fixed the spi-ch341-usb driver to support kernel > 5.16!

Thanks @codeberg for hosting the code!

1.9.0 "Limeberry" is out!

New Terminal watchface, enable/disable bluetooth, (the simulator), many improvements and bugfixes!

Enjoy it on your @PINE64 !

Work in progress : Port on the @PINE64 STACK dev board. It's based on the BL604 MCU.

It's not functional yet, but here's the watchface !

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