Is there any BSD operating system running on the so called "Android Mini PC MK802" ?
I am very impressed with these new "toys". I'm talking about the RikoMagic MK802 family of usbstick-sized miniPCs, used primarily as multimedia stations connected to HDMI-capable monitors or TVs. Here's the wiki link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Android_Mini_PC_MK802
The following models I know:
-based on Allwinner A10 CPU:
RikoMagic MK802 II
-based on RK3066 CPU:
RikoMagic MK802 III
RikoMagic MK802 IIIs
-based on RK 3188 CPU:
RikoMagic MK802 IV
Googling with names above will give tons of extra informations because - although they're very new devices - the community is already so powerful and active.
Last point of the description is the software(OS):
- Android 4.x runs "natively", it is delivered as the stock firmware for the MK802* devices;
- Ubuntu Linux runs fine, there are at least two projects: one named Picuntu(ubuntu-based) and an Ubuntu 12.10 ported to these devices.
Therefore, speaking of OS software, brings me to the question: Are there any efforts to put BSD-based operating system on these Rikomagic toys?
After short googling, I've found this link only, which seems to me an old/unfinished work:
Maybe there is a NetBSD or OpenBSD project aimed at these miniPCs?
If you know more about this topic, please share!
|arm, bsd, mk802, rikomagic, rk3066|
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