The NanoPC T4 is an RK3399 SoC-based ARM board.
- Rockchip RK3399
- 2x ARM Cortex-A72 CPU up to 2.0GHz
- 4x ARM Cortex-A53 CPU up to 1.5GHz
- Mali-T860MP4 GPU
- 4 GB DDR3 (dual channel)
- 16 GB eMMC
- Gigabit Ethernet
- WiFi 802.11ac
- Bluetooth 4.1
- USB: 1x USB 3.0 ports; 2x USB 2.0 ports
- 40-pin connector also see Using The Header
openSUSE on NanoPC T4
The following images are available:
|JeOS image E20 image XFCE image LXQT image GNOME image KDE image X11 image
If the direct links above do not work for you, please check the general download directory for the images.
Writing a disk image to an SD card
As root extract the openSUSE image onto your SD card.
WARNING: This will erase all data on the SD card.
xzcat [image]..raw.xz | dd bs=4M of=/dev/[mmcblkX] oflag=sync status=progress; sync
Replace [mmcblkX] with the actual disk you intend to write to.
Writing a disk image to the eMMC
The easiest way to install openSUSE in the eMMC is to boot from the SD card first and flash it from the T4. Other flashing methods are described in here.
You can install openSUSE on the eMMC using the same steps as an SD card, but the device is /dev/mmcblk2.
WARNING: This will erase all data on the eMMC.
Wifi and Bluetooth do not work.
T4 does not boot from SD card
The NanoPC T4 boots first from eMMC; by default, the eMMC comes with Android.
To boot from an SD card you need to bypass the eMMC by pressing the BOOT button for 5 seconds while you turn the board on.