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  • 5
    Can you please install pfsense on it and review it? :)
  • 4
    @Linux I'll first try out OpenWRT before setting it up with Armbian, but I wanted to do that too. I'll just post my pfSene-report here when I'm ready ;)
  • 5
    I want one now. Don't ask why, I couldn't answer. Just do.
  • 2
    @Rekonnect Same. It's so beautiful!
  • 3
    nigga gibe some links
  • 2
    @Tychus We are programmers. I think, most of us are able to search DDG/Google. Anyways, here you go: http://www.banana-pi.org/r2.html
  • 0
    Pineapple?
  • 0
    So... Looks like there's only an OpenWRT image for the R1, which has completly different chips. There's nor Armbian for the R2, there's just a shitty official Ubuntu Mate 16.04 LTS image from Sinovoip, which doesn't support PWM4/5, WIFI/BT, booting from EMMC, MIPI...
  • 1
    Let me tell you. It going to be a nightmare. I bought the R1 and it caused me some may problems, now with Armbian I have a working configuration for the switch but it's not full speed and I can't update the firmware. The lack of documentation and support it's a nightmare
  • 0
    Looks like there's no swconfig on the R2...
  • 0
    @Gatgeagent you need to use the DSA interface. You may find this helpful: https://forum.armbian.com/index.php...
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    @Gianlu Thanks for the tip, but that post is about the R1. The R2 has a comoletly different (I think the R1 didn't even had a dedicated one) routing chip (which btw, isn't supported by OpenWRT, pfSense, ipFire or DD-WRT.), so I can't use that thing even as switch right now.
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    @Gatgeagent sounds awesome... Wish you luck!
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    @Gatgeagent we can but why look for it when you can provide links ? a programmer should also be efficient and lazy :3
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    Looks like they're working on a proper image for the R2, the LEDE/OpenWRT core developer John Crispin, backported a lot of patches from v4.13 including dsa and bpi-r2 dts: https://git.lede-project.org//...
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    @wolt dude shared a pic i asked for a link i do not have to look around if he can share a link and like i said that's being efficient and lazy. good day sir (PS: it won't be a fraction of the time cuz he already knows where to look) see ya
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