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Update board support statuses

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  • ACTION: rock64 to CSC, Tinker R to CSC (Werner, 15:06:44)

  • ACTION: H64B to supported (Werner, 15:07:36)

  • ACTION: demote OPi rk3399 (Werner, 15:09:31)

  • ACTION: rockpi E supported (Werner, 15:10:13)

  • Helios64 stable for release if aprayoga sorts stability issues out
    (Werner, 15:11:42)

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Aditya Prayoga
November 13, 2020, 3:53 AM

, Helios64 status can be changed into supported.

Could you also remove 4G/LTE modem from Tested 3rd party hardware at Helios64 download page? It can mislead user since Helios64 does not have mini PCIe socket.

Igor Pecovnik
November 13, 2020, 7:33 AM

OK, done. Is 5.9.y generally OK for Helios64?

Could you also remove 4G/LTE modem from Tested 3rd party hardware at Helios64 download page?

That modem certainly works on Helios4 Since its USB connection, but you need a 3 USD adaptor to attached it. Perhaps changing a picture will be enough?

Aditya Prayoga
November 13, 2020, 8:03 AM

Thank you. So far i don’t have any problem with LK 5.9.y.

Did you mean Helios64 ? well, i agree it should work with Helios64, in fact i did test an M.2 LTE modem. It just, there is no explanation that the item is a mini PCIe card and an adaptor to USB A is required. Mini PCIe to M.2 adaptor won’t work due to physical clearance in M.2 area

Igor Pecovnik
November 13, 2020, 8:23 AM

Did you mean Helios64 ? well, i agree it should work with Helios64, in fact i did test an M.2 LTE modem. It just, there is no explanation that the item is a mini PCIe card and an adaptor to USB A is required. Mini PCIe to M.2 adaptor won’t work due to physical clearance in M.2 area

Helios64, yes. Anyway those modems works on any board that has USB. I changed description a bit - “4G via USB-A”

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Igor Pecovnik

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Igor Pecovnik

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