It Can Run Ubuntu Now!

A project log for The Cheapest RISC-V 64 Computer (by Now)

Want a piece of RISC-V hardware to play with, but are concerning with the price? Why not build one by yourself with a cost less than 10$!

SdtElectronicsSdtElectronics 11/06/2021 at 14:480 Comments

Due to the lack of mainline support, D1s can only boot up the tina Linux, an OpenWRT fork by All Winner with relatively limited functionality. By chroot to an Ubuntu base filesystem, we can have the same experience as on a popular distro on it now. And the most exciting is that, we have the package manager to install anything we want!