@PINE64 Hm, this is a lot easier than I thought:
- downloaded Armbian, written to SDHC card, booted,
- followed instructions on https://wiki.pine64.org/index.php/PineCube#gstreamer:_h264_HLS
@linmob Yea, I've been looking to build one as #Mycroft hasn't been the most expedient when it comes to shipping their hardware. I've got a couple Raspberry Pis running around the house, and I've been looking at what it would take to get a decent microphone/speaker combination setup that wouldn't be super weird looking. I'd much rather have something that's decent and integrated, but so far the #Pinephone has been the best thing I've found. Honestly, it works flawlessly as a Mycroft.
@david Yea, that's really the problem. The devices should blend in and be mostly invisible. They're intended to behave like appliances. You don't want cables running everywhere and stuff poking out all over the place. It should be something self contained and virtually invisible until it's needed. That #PineCube looks perfect. If only the hardware had a little bit more juice.
Ooooohhhhhh! At last! Some @PINE64 #PineCube info! I desperately want to see if this can be easily brought into @homeassistant / #HomeAssistant! There's been so little info about this project, despite cameras in people's homes and environments being so important to have properly #foss for #privacy and #security reasons.
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