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In case you are interested in developing ESP32 IDF projects on a PineBook Pro, it does work. I just had to compile the xtensa tools on the PineBook Pro first. I use the "make menuconfig", "make", "make flash", and "make monitor" commands to configure, build, program, and monitor debug output from my projects. The Pinebook Pro actually builds an entire project fairly quickly for being an ARM processor laptop. I'm pretty satisfied with using this as my dev computer.
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