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  1. reddit has a nice discussion of the performance of the new RK3588. https://www.reddit.com/r/linuxhardware/comments/r60lcp/rk3588_is_3_times_faster_than_the_raspberry_pi_4/
  2. I am very happy with my Tinkerboard 2. I look forward to the availability of Linaro Debian Bullseye in the not-too-distant future. My favorite feature of the Tinkerboard 2 is the USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-C port which offers OTG functionality and DisplayPort Alt Mode. The cable cleanup from consolidating HDMI, power and touchscreen input into a single, thin cable is very much appreciated. In the past I had posted my hope to see the same port on a Raspberry Pi but the forum moderators there were scathing in their rebuke of my comments, accusing me of subverting their forum for my personal benefit !! https://forums.raspberrypi.com/viewtopic.php?p=1850823#p1850823 The Asus Tinkerboard 2 is a rather remarkable alternative to the Raspberry Pi in another very important regard; Tinkerboard relies on Linaro https://developer.arm.com/tools-and-software/open-source-software/linaro and uses Linaro's emphasis on a more comprehensive and wide-ranging approach to Linux on ARM to Tinkerboard's advantage. To put it another way, the Tinkerboard and Linaro represent a truly open approach to the future of computing, and a very welcomed embrace of the most advanced developments in hardware design. I am grateful to Asus-Tinkerboard for its efforts and its offerings.
  3. Joe; Thank you for your reply. Yes, directing the repositories to sid (Debian Unstable) is the correct thing to do. /etc/apt/sources.list is the correct filepath, however, is it not ? The packages in Debian Unstable are actually quite good, I have learned. In the first 'Accept this solution', you indicate that I should reply 'n', but I would mention that this would install libcurlpp-dev and the package I am seeking, libcurlpp0{a}. In the second 'Accept this solution', you indicate that I should reply 'y', but this does not indicate that any action will be taken to install libcurlpp0. Would you mind explaining why I should reject the first solution and accept the second solution? I want to again mention that your response to my earlier question was correct and had the effect I sought. I am very grateful to you for this and look forward to your explanation to my latest questions.
  4. Thank you, Joe. Another issue I am having: I need to install libcurlppo and libcurlpp-dev but there are no candidates for these two packages. https://github.com/jpbarrette/curlpp/compare/v0.8.1...master
  5. I have installed libcurl4, libcurl3-gnutls and libcurl4-gnutls-dev. Unfortunately there is no install candidate for libcurlpp-dev and libculppo. https://github.com/jpbarrette/curlpp/compare/v0.8.1...master Is this something which can be added to Tinkerboard 2 Linaro ? If I were a programmer I would do it.
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