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How to remotely connect to your SBC with Secure Shell

How to remotely connect to your SBC with Secure Shell

Using SBCs can be a budget friendly alternative to running small server applications in your home or business, that being said, the act of setting them up can get tedious if an HDMI cable needs to be shared between several boards. Luckily enough, most, if not all, Linux distributions open port 22 for secure shell connections, also known as SSH.
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Review: Best ROCKPro64 Server Software Options

Review: Best ROCKPro64 Server Software Options

From Electromaker.io: The RockPro64 is a beefy single-board computer (SBC). Pine64's Rockchip RK3399-powered maker board features up to 4GB of LPDDR4, Gigabit Ethernet, and 4K video output. It's an affordable, extremely capable development board. Yet despite its computing capabilities, the...

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News: PINE64 New Year Update

News: PINE64 New Year Update

From forum.pine64.org: TL;DR FOSDEM 2020 - Pine64 will be attending the expo on Saturday Feb 1, and will have a booth on Sunday, Feb 2. Bring your PinePhone with you if you are attending as something special may be available...

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How-To: ROCKPro64 Premium Aluminum Case Assembly

How-To: ROCKPro64 Premium Aluminum Case Assembly

By Duncan Cline, ameriDroid Technician: How to assemble your ROCKPro64 Premium Aluminum Case. This durable, stylish aluminum case for the ROCKPro64 features passive cooling to keep your SBC operating at it's peak potential! Features: Fully Aluminum Casing, custom-designed for ROCKPro64...

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How-To: eMMC and microSD Card Writing

How-To: eMMC and microSD Card Writing

By Duncan Cline, ameriDroid technician: Curious how to write an image (OS) to your eMMC module or microSD card for use with Single Board Computers? This video shows you how! eMMC and microSD cards at ameriDroid

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News: Pine64 December 2019 Community Update

News: Pine64 December 2019 Community Update

From Lukasz Erecinski at pine64.org: [Slight edits made for clarity. -Editor] Welcome to the last community update of the year. I think that 2019 will be remembered as the year PINE64 transitioned from being a relatively niche FOSS hardware project...

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