From: Celadon [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Takashi
Sent: Friday, June 28, 2019 3:34 PM
Celadon] Known-to-work tablets?
I can see there are two NUC names shown on the project page as test verified
I think I can try other hardwares and if the chip-set or peripherals are similar, it
will work, with or little modification (drivers?).
Very much like I build my PC from parts (motherboard, disk, etc.)
I just wonder which of the intel based tables I can try installing Celadon on
If there is a list of "known to work" tablets, or any information on
work". I would like to hear.
(Though, I assume sometimes there should be device issues - lile touch screen
does not work.)
If there is a difference of processor generation, that's not the right assumption
and it will need bring-up effort but if it's a same processor and if there is
on the boards /peripherals it should work with minor changes e.g. Celadon supports
APL-NUC but also boots on UP2, UP core plus, RTC 1010 (you can check message
archives for recent discussion on this).
Background of this is that I want to try Celadon outdoor or on the
car, just like I
do with my Android tablets.
May I know which device exactly are you using for this experiment?
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