Here are three lists of Linux friendly boards and mini PCs.
Ezequiel mentions that *any* Linux board with a USB 2.0 capable host
controller and enough RAM will work fine with STK1160 devices.
Currently there are some USB related problems on the Raspberry Pi. Read more on this post: However, if the USB has some bandwidth limitation (some USB 3.0 are showing this) then it can have problems with the STK1160.
The STK1160 was successfully tested on these boards by Ezequiel:
- ISEE IGEP v2 (Texas Instruments SoC)
- Plathome Openblocks AX3 (Marvell SoC)
"If any user wants to support STK1160 he can send me hardware.
(Another RPI would be nice :-) Also, I would love to have a non-ARM
non-x86 board, like a MIPS or something like that."
You can contact Ezequiel via github: https://github.com/ezequielgarcia