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I wrote a tutorial on my Github wiki, on how to create your own custom image for the Blueberry PI.
Since the Allwinner V3s only has 64Mb of RAM, it is a very smart decision to customize your image to fit your needs.
You only need a running Ubuntu / Debian (or other distros) on your PC.
However some knowledge about the Linux terminal is required.
Since the V3s has a parallel RGB interface, it can directly drive LCD's like the AT050TN33 (480x270) or other even bigger LCD's like the HW800480F-3E-0B-10 (800x480). The Blueberry PI is compatible with every 40 pin RGB LCD.
Since many people were really interested in buying a Blueberry PI, I fixed some minor issues on the current PCB and ordered new PCB's. I will start selling the Blueberry PI on Tindie in the near future.
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is it true the MIPI-CSI is not yet supported in the Linux kernel?????
Hi looking to make a bespoke version of the raspberry pi for a project im working on at the moment. Just wondering how you went about it
I have a few old phones lying about, I was wondering if anyone knew if it would be at all possible to follow this Guide on this to a degree and use one of the more powerfull CPU for this?
Can I run this board with battery? Can I use 50 pin RGB LCD using this processor? Do I need any hi-speed layout in this board?
Where can I buy them? They are not on tindie.
What software do I need to run Ubuntu?
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Thank you for the answer.
Would this: https://www.adafruit.com/product/2354 work as a display?
Yes it will work, but you can get them cheaper on ebay or aliexpress.
This project looks awesome!
When will you sell these boards on Tindie ? ;-)
Are you using AXP203 as PMIC?
No, I'm using the EA3036 3 channel DC DC step down converter
thanks for the feedback. I updated the schematics and also uploaded the schematics as pdf.
I will keep you guys updated.
Hi, very interesting project!
On your github there are only Eagle files... Could be possible to have the schematic on pdf...?
Keep us updated please!
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How much did this cost?!