PLCMercenary
Hello, Does anyone know if the latest raspberry runtime will also run on  other dev boards? I am interested in taking advantage of the PRU-ICSS in the TI SITARA systems. I think there is an interesting use case for industrial control systems with a linux oe on A8 ARM, as well as 2..  Microcontroller real time chips on board that have cpu peripheral access. 

I can use the runtime from a docker on the board... I was just hoping for something closer to the hardware..
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thiagoralves
The runtime can run on anything can run a Debian-based Linux distro. Non-Debian systems might also work as long as the dependencies are met. You can install it on non-Debian systems with the “custom” option on the installer script
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PLCMercenary
Right but the ARM hard float is the Beagle Bone Black. and there are definitely issues getting the run time V3 one those right? Which is why I would have to run a docker for an ARM on top of the ARMhf..
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thiagoralves
I don’t think people are having issues to install OpenPLC on these boards. I think the problem is to have a driver to control the GPIO pins using OpenPLC. It should run using the blank driver but without any gpio control
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