so, to quickly answer, there's no clear winner, and for everything existing RK3399-based devices are probably the best
unless you want Windows
no windows ;-)
Hey clever++ - thanks for your ARM+Qemu nix files. HUGELY helpful. Have you seen the build fail due to a "bash: Exec format error"?
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craige: is binfmt-misc configured? and the qemu allowed into the nix sandbox?
I'm unsure (this was last night's work). I'll follow those leads next. Thanks clever :-)
craige: there is a qemu.nix module in my nixos-configs, that configures everything
I took that file and the overlays. I beleived I'd configured it correcty bit after being deployed when I build an image, it no longer complained about not being aarch64 but then failed on the bash error - so I suspect you're 100% right that I need to do something about binfmt
I'm curious how hard it would be to have qualcomm on-board with making a mainline-based linux laptop that runs its firmware in a safe manner
but from the few quips I've seen, they may be adverse to making it virtualization friendly :/