I prefer Debian over Ubuntu, and I’m considering creating an Armbian Bookworm image for the uConsole A06. Still, since I’ve never compiled the Armbian, I want to gather as much information as possible before starting.
I also want the system to be lightweight, and it’s essential that the hardware drivers, wifi, keyboard, display, etc., are installed and ready to work, and maybe the X Window System, but not much else.
That way, I’ll have a clean, small, efficient base to install the things I use.
Apparently, creating an image using Armbian is simple, but I will need help with hardware adjustments.
The bad part is that this project will move like a glacier; I only have a little time left for another parallel project.
They have Bookworm
- GitHub - clockworkpi/DevTerm: This code repository offers downloads for the latest images of various DevTerm models, as well as kernel patches, keyboard firmware, the source code for screen and printer drivers, hardware schematics, assembly instructions, and essential technical documents.
- DevTerm A06 – Armbian
Armbian Linux Build Framework
A06 kernel patch for uConsole
Please share any tips or suggestions you may have. Your input is greatly appreciated.