I recently bought and OrangePi 5 and would like to try EndeavourOS on it. Compared to the Raspberry Pi 4 B, this little machines rocks, big time.
Were you successful in installing the EndeavourOS ARM build?
Do you have an Orange Pi 5 or an Orange Pi 5 Plus ?
The Orange Pi 5 has a Rockchip RK3588S processor.
The Orange Pi 5 Plus has a Rockchip RK3588 processor.
Notice the S suffix or lack of the S suffix on the two processors.
I think that the RK3588S and the RK3588 processors require different Kernels.
Archlinux ARM does not offer kernels and u-boot for either one.
BredOS is an Archlinux ARM based distribution, and they offer an image for the Orange Pi Plus
I agree that the RK3588 / RK3588S processors are a great setup.
I currently have a Radxa Rock 5B (RK3588) on EndeavourOS , KDE Plasma, and x11
By far the fastest & most capable ARM SOC I have used so far.
I am working on providing an image for the Radxa Rock 5B, but I have problems with VIdeo Drivers and Wayland at the moment which need to be worked out.
That will not work with Orange Pi 5 or Orange Pi 5 Plus.
Don’t we all? Don’t we all…?
Haven’t yet done that, waiting for an M.2 20x30 I ordered to try it.
Hi, I haven’t tried to install EOS on the OrangePi 5, I’m waiting for an M.2 NVMe drive I ordered. I want to install it on that.
Pudge, my Pi 5 is just a 5.
on the orange Pi-Website in forum a user says he have installed Arch on orange pi :
so eos should be also possible!
When you get it to work, please announce it here in the forum as well. My Rock 5B gathers dust atm for lack of a decent distribution for it.
Danke @EOZ, I’ll check that out.