I blame grandpa sundog, obviously.
First #PinebookPro thought:
Why the fuck is this AC adapter cord so tiny? It's Way too short to be useful.
Second #PinebookPro impression.
Damn. Everything about this feels polished and high quality. The keyboard has good travel. The screen looks good.
Third: well shit, what are the login credentials?
@ajroach42 haha, i can barely sit in the chair and have it reach the wall. Amazing.
@ajroach42 oh, good luck - there are still a lot of rough edges software-wise, but it's likely doable. A month from now (max), it'll be doable and comfortable too.
@djsundog Which rough edges have you noticed so far?
@ajroach42 wifi can be flaky, particularly at longer ranges from the AP. otherwise, I don't have anything specific and glaring to say about the default OS image, but I only used it for a few hours before I moved to an Ubuntu-based image from ayufan (which came with its own rough edges, but they were novel). Currently, I'm running Preview 1 of Manjaro ARM's KDE image for PBP, and it has no sound or bluetooth yet, but is running a mainline kernel.
@ajroach42 oh, the touchpad firmware needs some updating to be a little less touchy, but that just hit the pine64 desks for testing so should see the light of day in the next few days.
@djsundog Cool! That was my first complaint!
@djsundog Thank you for the feedback. I'll keep all of that in mind.
@ajroach42 oh, a couple more:
wifi is unusable after resuming from suspend, so you'll have to reboot anyway.
plugging in power while suspended also seems to resume automagically, which is annoying, so best to shut down if you're going to plug it in overnight (or leave it on - just don't try to suspend it until after you plug it in lol)
@djsundog That's good to know. I have a similar issue on one of my thinkpads,
@ajroach42 fo sho - have fun!
@ajroach42 rock/rock or rock64/rock64, I don't remember off the top of my head
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