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Old 15th February 2023
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Default Orange PI 3 lts and BSD

Hello,
I wonder if this Orange PI3 LTS can be use with openBSD or FreeBSD.
Thanks you.
Seeing the documentation , it not figure, but the processor & card are listed.

So, according to your experience, can it works.

Thank you.
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Maybe. Maybe not. It's based upon the Allwinner H6 platform, but not listed among the supported Orange Pi systems.
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Old 16th February 2023
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Further down the page linked above:
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In general, other boards/machines that use one of the SoCs listed above will work as well, as long as UEFI firmware (e.g. U-Boot or EDK II firmware) is available. Both device trees and ACPI are supported.
I'd wager you could find out about the bootloader with online searches.
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Old 16th February 2023
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I've done a commande for an Orange PI3LTS, I'll test it an feedback you.
I'll receive it 06 march
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