but I finally found what appears to be a decent, cheap option: pine64.
I just got mine in the mail and thought I'd share first impressions.
Using cross-compiled Go 1.6.2 for the bootstrap compiler, make.bash at
tip runs in 5 mins (real time), and all.bash passes.
$ cat /proc/cpuinfo
Processor : AArch64 Processor rev 4 (aarch64)
processor : 0
processor : 1
processor : 2
processor : 3
Features : fp asimd aes pmull sha1 sha2 crc32
CPU implementer : 0x41
CPU architecture: AArch64
CPU variant : 0x0
CPU part : 0xd03
CPU revision : 4
Hardware : sun50iw1p1
Might be just in time for folks who want to contribute to the ARM64
SSA backend. :) I believe that there are also still several arm64
optimization-only assembly routines yet to be implemented, e.g. in
I have the PINE64+ 2GB version -- see https://www.pine64.com/product.
I suspect the basic version would also work, but haven't tried.
I'm running Debian Jessie:
The board is noticeably physically bigger than an RPi.
"decent, cheap option": I used to use my phone or a tablet, but that
requires jumping through annoying hoops. The RPi 3 has an arm64 chip
but no supported 64 bit OS. There have long been fancy arm64 dev kits,
but they were (are?) expensive.
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