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Re: NetBSD, rPi and e-ink readers

Tobias Nygren <tnn%NetBSD.org@localhost> wrote:
>On Mon, 16 Aug 2021 09:18:12 +0100
>Ottavio Caruso <ottavio2006-usenet2012%yahoo.com@localhost> wrote:
>> 1) Off topic: can a Raspberry Pi  use an e-ink reader (a proper
>> one, like Kindle reader or Kobo, _non_ a tablet) at all as a screen/monitor?
>> I've seen some documentation but it's not convincing and it's pretty
>> much Linux-based.
>> 2) If 1=true, can it be done on NetBSD?
>If the reader has a full-featured web browser you could use something
>like Apache Guachamole to export a screen to it. If it allows 3rd party
>android apps you could just install a native VNC client apk.
>Side note: many of the cheap chinese readers out there are based
>on Rockchip RK3026 and similar. Could probably boot NetBSD natively
>with some work, but display panel documentation/support is a challenge.

There is also the PineNote that was announced yesterday.


The RK3566 isn't supported by NetBSD yet.

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