On 3 Jun 2021, at 09.15, Peter Jeremy via freebsd-arm <freebsd-arm_at_freebsd.org> wrote: > > On 2021-Jun-03 08:46:47 +0200, Milan Obuch <freebsd-arm_at_dino.sk> wrote: >>> I'll second Milan's followup. I have a 4GB RockPro64 with the >>> dual-SATA PCIe card and am quite happy with it. It also supports >>> both USB-3 and USB-C, though I haven't experimented with either. >>> >> >> Just out of curiosity - do you mean SATA card from pine64.org shop? Was >> some extra steps required to make it work? Could you share relevant >> lines from dmesg output? > > Yes, this was the pine64.org card - I've build a PineNAS, though I'm > still trying to work out how to set it up the way I want. The card > doesn't need any special configuration. Note that the RockPro64 > doesn't support booting from SATA. If you install u-boot to the SPI you can boot from any media, SATA/NVMe/USB/SD/MMC. I have patches for the pinebook pro that also works for the rockpro64 at: https://people.freebsd.org/~sos/PinebookPro/ <https://people.freebsd.org/~sos/PinebookPro/> YMMV. -- Søren Schmidt sos_at_deepcore.dk / sos_at_freebsd.org "So much code to hack, so little time"
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