Welcome to the twentieth issue of the SG2042 Newsletter. Special thanks in this issue to developer @Baozhu Zuo for his great support to the open-source community and extensive research on Milk-V Duo. Support from contributors is crucial in the open-source community, as they drive technological progress and innovation by sharing their code, knowledge, and experiences. Additionally, we will bring you the great news that after a comprehensive optimization and upgrade, Duo is now available in a 256MB RAM version.
Thanks to developer @Baozhu Zuo for the contribution, OpenWRT now runs on Milk-V Duo！
Linus Tech Tips, a popular technology and hardware YouTube channel with millions of followers, recently conducted a comprehensive review of the Pioneer Box hardware, performance and the development of the RISC-V ecosystem.
Duo has undergone a complete upgrade and now features 256MB of RAM, which is a significant increase in memory capacity compared to previous version. With faster response time, it can run multiple large-scale applications with ease. For details, please refer to the link below.
Most of the code is already open-source and can be obtained from repositories such as Sophgo Technologies · GitHub. The following are some useful repo resources:
Sophgo Community work: GitHub - sophgo/linux-riscv: Linux kernel stable tree
- Device tree configuration
Linux Official Community Upstream work:
- [PATCH v3 0/4] riscv: sophgo: add clock support for sg2042: Add clock support for SG2042, version 3.
- [PATCH v4 0/4] riscv: sophgo: add clock support for sg2042: Add clock support for SG2042, version 4.
- [PATCH v5 0/4] riscv: sophgo: add clock support for sg2042: Add clock support for SG2042, version 5.
- No commits this week
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We’re looking for fun, good, or profitable use cases for SG2042. Feel free to share your experiences with us - just send a PR!
- RISC-V Software Porting and Optimization Championship | First Batch of Challenges Officially Released
- SOPHGO | Empowerment Training Event was successfully held in Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications
- Lighting up an LED by controlling a small core through the big core | Video Tutorial
- DHT22 Temperature and Humidity Sensor on the Milk-V Duo - Part 2 | Video Tutorial
- Blink LED on FreeRTOS
- The beginning of Arduino IDE support for the Duo
- Comprehensive review of the Pioneer Box from Linus Tech Tips (LTT)
Not ready yet. We are recruiting multilingual volunteers and interns. Welcome to join us! Please email Wei Wu if you are interested in being an open source community intern.