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* [[RockpiE/dev/usb-install | USB Intallation]]-How to use PC tools to install image on ROCK Pi E
 
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* [[RockpiE/dev/serial-console | Serial Console]]

Latest revision as of 02:04, 12 September 2020


ROCK Pi E

E for Ethernets.

This is the documentation for ROCK Pi E, written by Radxa Team with community contributions.

ROCK Pi E is a Rockchip RK3328 based SBC(Single Board Computer) by Radxa. It equips a 64bits quad core processor, USB 3.0, dual ethernets, wireless connectivity at the size of 2.5x2.2 inch(56x65mm), making it perfect for IoT and network applications. ROCK Pi E comes in various ram sizes from 512MB to 4GB DDR3, and uses uSD card for OS and storage as well as supporting eMMC module. Optionally, ROCK Pi E supports PoE, additional HAT is required.


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Installing an operating system on your ROCK PI E, including microSD card, eMMC module, USB drive, etc.

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Technical specifications about the ROCK Pi E hardware, including WI-FI module, LCD module, etc.

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Fundamental Linux usage for beginners and more advanced information for power users.

  • Answers to frequently asked technical questions
  • Answers to sale of ROCK Pi E