Well, of course I would like to! but the reality is that I would not be able to support all the issues by myself on top of the Raspbian version.
I see a couple options in case you would be interested
- Port NextCloudPi from Raspbian to whatever Debian based version the board supports. This should not be too hard, mostly tweaking repositories and package versions. The configuration and installation steps have already been prooved and tested, it would definitely safe time and probably yield better results that starting from scratch. I would help and get involved of course.
- Use the NextCloudPi docker for ARM. Actually situations like this are the very reason why I created it. The gotcha is that it’s based on Raspbian and that is 32bit. This is because Raspbian doesn’t support 64 bits and because it makes it compatible with the RPi2. Probably it would be fine, because the bottleneck is throughput and I/O capacity, and in NC 13 the 2GB upload limitation for 32bit has been worked around. This option is REALLY easy, and portable, probably the best. The other problem is that some things would not be covered, such as wifi configuration or automount from
- A and then B. Create a docker container based on a different Debian for ARM system other than Raspbian, if it prooves to work better/be better supported
Are you gents in? In that case I would order the Rockboy ASAP, maybe an odroid too