From what I can tell the Linux implementation requires your cpu support AVX2. When I run the demo on a non-AVX2 computer I get an 'illegal instruction' fault.
I think the two ARM implementations are for ARMv6 (rpi0) and ARMv8 (rpi3) architectures. Wouldn't you know it, the sample boards I have laying around are all ARMv7. When I try the ARMv6 demo on one of my ARMv7 boards it won't load the xnornet library. I can't seem to force it.
What Rockchip SoC are you using?Reply
Thank you so much for your reply. We are in the caracterizing phase and we did not yet integrate the Rockchip. But for sure we are going to use this model: Rockchip 3288(Quad-core Cortex-A17). Please help us support the Rockship ARM platform including Camera module integration.
When we have a PoC in place I will keep you posted. Currently, we have order the SOC and are awaiting the delivery.
I will appreciate.
As mentionned we are awaiting from China, a Rockchip 3288(Quad-core Cortex-A17) which supports 1920*1440 resolution. We are awaiting to be delivered.
However, I saw an interesting thing here:
It is a RK3288 Linux Stick Mini PC which can be caracterized. If we can see the way to powered it with a Battery like the Pi Zero, it will be great.
This Stick seems interesting in some AI application where a IP network connectivity is need.
As soon as we have the RK2388 SOC board, I will publish the reference and we will be able to find the distributor en US or EU.
But, if we can start with the Stick, the Processor is quite the same. There are also the other Linux model on the same Link.
Let me know
Could you please confirm to me if this will be compatible with the XNOR SDK, specially the support of the Camera module.
We realy need to use this NanoPi with XNOR.
I appreciate your help.