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Unfortunately, we know this for quite a while now. They also never ever did what I suggested how it should be done but made it how THEY think it should be. Which lead to everything being too tight and a lot of other issues.
That sounds even worse than simply "lost in translation". :(
Would have saved you countless hours of tinkering onto case improvements if they would have done their job better. Or maybe their CAD Software was crap, who knows.
 

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If the image uses the buggy U-boot, then the ports won't work. When I tried it not even a mouse did work (was using too much power according to the dmesg log)
The other USB ports might use a different host, as they worked for me as well. Only the big ones and the modem didn't work.

I haven't checked the features for the new modem yet.
Oh, why not use the stuff from LetuxOS instead?
 

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PyraOS It's using the Letux Kernel sources, just have a need to compile in certain features like AUFS for DBP system, and likely a few other things that get left out in default kernel configurations.
Just off the shelf Debian armhf with a Pyra specific repo to handle custom comminity code like the DBP system, configuration changes and such..

@aTc could give a better explanation than anyone here.
 

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Hi @EvilDragon :)

Could you please shed some light on what "our OS" is ? So far I fail to see how Debian, Letux + Pyra customizations all fit together.

Cheers, Magic Sam

As far as I know Letux is a kernel (the one we use) our OS is debian with additional pyra specific stuff, LetuxOS is another OS made by hns that also runs on the pyra but lacks "pyra specific stuff" and "debian stuff".

But please somebody correct me if Im wrong.

Basically what TrashyMG says
 

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Thanks for the update!

Are there any plans to address the cracked case issue? pyra-handheld.com/boards/threads/cracked-case-wasnt-expecting-it-so-soon.99413/

Oh, I totally missed that... haven't seen that on any other prototypes or units yet though. It's the GPD Win 2 issue (it commonly cracks there...)
I'll check back with the company.
 
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Oh, I totally missed that... haven't seen that on any other prototypes or units yet though. It's the GPD Win 2 issue (it commonly cracks there...)
I'll check back with the company.
My crack doesn't seem to be growing or causing an issue, fortunately. Which makes sense because where the crack is, the plastic would be getting squeezed by the outer part of the hinge.
 

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PyraOS It's using the Letux Kernel sources, just have a need to compile in certain features like AUFS for DBP system, and likely a few other things that get left out in default kernel configurations.
Just off the shelf Debian armhf with a Pyra specific repo to handle custom comminity code like the DBP system, configuration changes and such..

@aTc could give a better explanation than anyone here.

Yeah, pretty much that.
 

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Oh, I totally missed that... haven't seen that on any other prototypes or units yet though. It's the GPD Win 2 issue (it commonly cracks there...)
I'll check back with the company.

It's not the GPD Win2 issue, it's the Pyra issue and that thread has been up for over six weeks and spent a week or more at the top of replies widget......
 
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