Silently a new 96board starts appearing: Cello
It seems to be produced by LeMaker and is based around the AMD A1100
SoC. That's the same as on the illusive Husky, actually both boards look
very similar with only minor differences in the placement of some
The LeMaker product page has it up for preorder for 299$; with an
estimated shipping time frame of 2016Q2.
This could mean the first "cheap" 64 bit ARM server board becoming
available. Also more power: A57 cores.
Though I'm sure hrw will still disapprove as it has SATA, but is a weird
non-industry-standard form factor.
Oh, and the obligatory question:
Will it be 96boards compliant and are we going to get to see the actual
I'm working one MediaTek X20 96boards, and install one Mezzanine
board on it so can try to see if UART can work well or not.
After tried to switch Mezzanine's Jumpers in J1 to UART0, so
I can see it can print out some logs; but later images print out log
but totally cannot be unrecognized, please see below log info.
Tried to change baudrate from 115200 to 38400, but it's no lucky. So
the unrecognized char issue is not caused by baudrate. Before I
look into detailed kernel configuration, I'd like check if any guy has
fixed this issue, could you point out what's wrong for this?
Thanks in advance.
F0: 102B 0000
F3: 0000 0000
V0: 0000 0000 
00: 0000 0000
BP: 0000 0041 
G0: 0190 0000
EC: 0000 0000 
T0: 0000 0163 [000F]
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