The letter "c" is the board rev, and the current version of the "apu1" family is rev "d" with the following parts
don't ask me why the first is not an apu1d2 which makes more sense
@tmomas, if you can clone the above from their respective c versions, I think the only change is the discontinued to available and rev to d.
The apu2 has 5 variations currently
apu2c0 (2 GB DRAM, 2 i211AT NICs)
apu2c2 (2 GB DRAM, 3 i211AT NICs)
apu2c4 (4 GB DRAM, 3 i210AT NICs)
apu3a2 (2 GB DRAM, 3 i211AT NICs, optimized for 3G/LTE modems)
apu3a4 (4 GB DRAM, 3 i211AT NICs, optimized for 3G/LTE modems)
I have created an entry for the apu2c2, but someone should validate the package architecture and download (and anything else). I believe that JOW and Borromini both have some variation of these and may be able to improve some of the info. I do not own one.
@tmomas,Can you clone this to the others and I will then update the deltas. Note that I have chosen to use the exact capitalization that PC engines uses, which is none. If you wish to change that to caps, I am indifferent. I think it's easier to read.
Yes, the "c" is the same name, they use it in the part number (not a good process in my mind)
The APU2 has been around long enough that that older board rev's were probably supported earlier by older firmware revs. I really do not know the answer for this or which files to use.
[quote="tmomas, post:6, topic:5636"]
Regarding cloning: You can do it yourself, just copy & paste, and take care to get the path correct.If the only difference is RAM, I'd prefer to only have one dataentry (e.g. apu3a2, apu3a4)
[/quote]I'll defer to your preference on this, not aware of any differences. If it becomes an issue (doubtful) it can be added later. I'll see if I can figure out the C&P thing.
@tmomas, yeah, not seeing how to create a new page by C&P. I can go into edit mode and see the message "If you can read this your doing it wrong". I can edit the first line and copy the "new" page, and "cancel" the change, but no clue how to make the new page, yet alone in the correct place.
Added and updated the others best I can https://lede-project.org/toh/start?dataflt[Model*~]=apu
Comments were by myself. Not sure I see the issue, they wrap nicely in Full Details
Regarding FLASH, I now see the SD. These can also be run from USB or SATA, but entries do not exist. Not sure they are worth updating, but if you do I will.