The bios seems to be unstable. Because the on-board emmc sometimes not bootable. I was thinking of someone own this SBC and run into the same problem.I have not used a atomic pi but for OS's this sbc should be able to run any 64-bit OS. Also what are you wanting to know about the atomic pi?
Thanks for your interest in my Atomic Pi BIOS files. Please instead provide the page link for the Atomic Pi BIOS files instead of the direct link as it is more informative and helpful for the new users. http://electrohaxz.tk/apibioshere is a updated bios I found electrohaxz.tk/files/ISO-Files/IMG/APi/Firmware/BIOS/APi-StockBIOS-v1.2.bin
The OEM does not provide any resources other than a few pretty broken operating systems. It's not a matter of affording a domain or not, it's unnecessary. I've been pretty much the only person developing Atomic Pi resources for a while now, including fixing the OSs DLI provides, and making a bunch of others with drivers. Those are all at http://electrohaxz.tk/atomicpiI'm not sure I'd be picking up BIOS files from a .tk domain name. I'd go to the OEM, who should definitely be able to afford a real domain name and not a free one from freenom. The .tk makes me skeptical and raises a red flag.
Gotcha, though I'd seriously suggest a better domain name. You're effectively 'in a bad neighborhood'.I've been pretty much the only person developing Atomic Pi resources for a while now, including fixing the OSs DLI provides, and making a bunch of others with drivers.