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 ==== Nano computers / Single-board computers ==== ==== Nano computers / Single-board computers ====
 +Batocera supports multiple single-board computers (SBC):
   * Raspberry Pi Zero   * Raspberry Pi Zero
   * Raspberry Pi (aka 1), including RetroFlag GPi Case   * Raspberry Pi (aka 1), including RetroFlag GPi Case
   * Raspberry Pi 2   * Raspberry Pi 2
-  * Raspberry Pi 3+  * Raspberry Pi 3, as well as CM3 
 +  * Raspberry Pi 4
   * Odroid C2   * Odroid C2
 +  * Odroid C4
   * Odroid XU3, XU4, XU4Q   * Odroid XU3, XU4, XU4Q
-  * Odroid N2+  * Odroid N2 and N2+
   * Odroid Go Advance   * Odroid Go Advance
 +  * RK2020
 +  * Abernic RG351P
   * RockPro64   * RockPro64
   * Asus Tinkerboard   * Asus Tinkerboard
   * MQmaker MiQi   * MQmaker MiQi
   * Amlogic S905 and variants   * Amlogic S905 and variants
 +  * Khadas VIM2
 +  * Khadas VIM3
 +  * Libretech H5
 You can download the last stable version for each of these SBCs from [[https://batocera.org/download|the download section of the website]]. You can download the last stable version for each of these SBCs from [[https://batocera.org/download|the download section of the website]].
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    nvidia-driver=true    nvidia-driver=true
-You can find the list of supported GPU models in https://www.nvidia.com/Download/driverResults.aspx/141847/en-us.+You can find the list of supported GPU models in https://www.nvidia.com/Download/driverResults.aspx/168347/en-us (version 460.32.03 embedded in Batocera 30) . 
 +If you edit the file under Windows, make sure you have an editor that respects Unix line terminators. Don't use Wordpad, use a **real** text editor like Notepad++ or Atom, that doesn't replace the Unix line terminations (LF) by DOS/Windows line terminations (CR/LF). 
 +You can connect to [[access_the_batocera_via_ssh|Batocera through SSH]], remount the ''/boot'' partition on write mode [[modify_the_system_while_it_s_running|like explained here]], and edit ''/boot/batocera-boot.conf'' with nano or vi as text editors. 
 +If your card is not supported by the current branch, please check the following forum thread https://forum.batocera.org/d/1851-batoceralinux-525-with-nvidia-legacy-drivers-390xx-discontinued 
 +If you use a laptop that has both an integrated Intel and a discrete Nvidia GPU (hybrid setup or "Optimus" technology), you need to enable Nvidia drivers with ''batocera-hybrid-nvidia'' from SSH or terminal access.
-If your card is not supported by the current branchplease check the following forum thread https://forum.batocera.org/d/1851-batocera-linux-5-24-with-nvidia-legacy-drivers-390-xx +How can you tell if the NVidia driver is correctly set up? Go to **SYSTEM SETTINGS** -> **INFORMATION** and see if the OpenGL version mentions **NVIDIA** in its version. If it doesyou're all set. If it mentions **MESA**, that means that the Nvidia driver is not correctly activated.
-If your card is not supported at all (neither by the current branch nor by the nvidia-legacy version) then you are out of luck and unfortunately have to live with the performance of the Mesa standard drivers. 
-Please understand: The developers are working hard to add support for more and more pc-hardware, but there are so many different hardware on the market, that it is nearly impossible to implement support for all of them. 
 ==== Ati / HDMI audio output ==== ==== Ati / HDMI audio output ====
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