The VisionFive is one of the first lower-cost RISC-V computers able to run a full version of Linux. Video includes full hardware specification, and demonstrations running Fedora Linux and various desktop applications.
The VisionFive is made by StarFive — — who provide support at:
In particular, there is a VisionFive “Quick Start Guide” and specification here:
You can learn more about RISC-V at — and in my video “Explaining RISC-V”:
The web page providing information on SiFive’s range of RISC-V processor cores, as shown in the video, is here:
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01:18 RISC-V Hardware
11:14 App Support
13:50 RISC-V Gaming
15:10 Open Computing
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