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  • Crystalfontz CFA-10036 ARM9 Embedded Module Running Linux 3.7

    Linux on ARMCrystalfontz America, a supplier of LCD and OLED display modules used in embedded systems, has launched a Kickstarter campaignto fund manufacturing and lower the cost of a system-on-module powered by Freescale i.MX28 featuring a small 128×32 OLED display, and lots of GPIOs.

  • Now you can install Ubuntu on the UG802, MK802 III, or other RK3066 mini PCs

    Linux on ARMDeveloper AndrewDB has been working to get Ubuntu Linux up and running on inexpensive mini computers with Rockchip RK3066 processors for the last few weeks. Now he's released pre-alpha builds of Ubuntu 12.10 which you can install on the UG802, MK802 III, or MK808 mini computers.

  • openSUSE 12.2 for ARM is Now Available for Beagleboard, Pandaboard, Efixa MX and More

    Linux on ARMThe first stable release of openSUSE for ARM has just been announced. openSUSE 12.2 for ARM is officially available for the Beagleboard, Beagleboard xM, Pandaboard, Pandaboard ES, Versatile Express (QEMU) and the rootfs can be mounted with chroot, but "best effort' ports have been made for Calxeda Highbank server, i.MX53 Loco development board, CuBox computer, Origen Board and Efika MX smart top.Work is also apparently being done on a Raspberry Pi port which should be available for the next release.

  • Arch Linux ARM - Support for ODROID-X available

    Linux on ARMWe have initial support available for the ODROID-X platform, which uses the Samsung Exynos4412 ARM Cortex-A9 Quad Core CPU. The device also sports 1GB of RAM, 6 USB ports, HDMI and LVDS displays, and a 50-pin expansion port for standard wire interfaces. Graphics are powered by a MALI 400 GPU, with drivers expected in October 2012 for accelerated graphics.

  • ODROID-X Continues Battling The PandaBoard ES

    Linux on ARMHere's the latest benchmarks of the low-cost ODROID-X, a $129 quad-core ARM Cortex-A9 development board out of Korea with ARM Mali 400 graphics. For just $129 USD, the ODROID-X development board is very interesting with packing Samsung's quad-core Exynos 4412 ARM Cortex-A9 processors running at 1.4GHz per core, Mali-400 MP Core graphics, six USB 2.0 ports, 10/100 Ethernet, and support for running Android and/or Ubuntu/Linaro.

  • Compiling the Linux kernel for BeagleBoard-XM

    Linux on ARMFirst of all, this post is not about building an Angstrom distribution (Linux OS that is known to run well on embedded devices) from scratch. This about compiling a Linux kernel source which you can boot from using your Angstrom distro. I'm assuming that you already have a working Angstrom MMC with you. I used the one that came along with the BeagleBoard XM, pre-installed with Angstrom.

  • Arch Linux ARM - Support for Nitrogen6X available

    Linux on ARMWe've added support for the Nitrogen6X board from Boundary Devices, which features a 1GHz quad-core i.MX6 SoC. This board has a comparative wealth of connectivity to the other ARMv7 boards supported by Arch Linux ARM. Multiple display outputs, PCIe, SPI/I2C/GPIO, CAN, gigabit ethernet, and SATA are just some of the features available.

  • Timesys and Critical Link Announce Linux Solution for Sitara™AM335x ARM® Cortex™-A8-based System on Module

    Linux on ARMSyracuse, NY and Pittsburgh, PA – August 23, 2012 – Critical Link (www.criticallink.com) and Timesys Corporation (www.timesys.com), today announced they are partnering to provide developers using the Critical Link MityARM-3359 System-on-Module (SoM) with an easy-to-use, affordable Linux software development framework that significantly speeds up time-to-market.

  • Gumstix Waysmall Silverlode Linaro Ubuntu Computer based on TI Sitara AM3703

    Linux on ARMGumstix has just announced the Waysmall Silverlode computer, a small form factor device running Linaro ARM optimized Ubuntu and designed for developers of commercial and industrial applications such as digital signage players and remote servers. It's based on Overo EarthSTORMComputer-on-Module (Texas Instruments Sitara AM3703 @ 1 GHz, 512MB Flash and 512MB RAM) and consumes less than 2.5 W.

  • Fedora is Giving Away Mini-PCs

    Linux on ARMIf you ever wanted a free mini-PC capable to run a Linux distribution, then the Summer of Hardware event organized by Fedora might be just for you.

  • VIA Announces VIA VAB-800 Pico-ITX Board Based on Freescale i.MX537 Processor

    Linux on ARMVIA Technologies has announced the VIA VAB-800 Pico-ITX board powered by a Freescale i.MX537 (ARM Cortex A8) processor clocked at 800MHz or 1GHz depending on the requirements, with 1GB DDR3-800 SDRAM and support for eMMC Flash with a capacity of up to 64 GB. The VIA VAB-800 is an industrial board that can operate in a wide temperature range and targets high-end industrial and in-vehicle embedded applications.

  • Arch Linux ARM - Support for OLinuXino available

    Linux on ARMWe've added new installation instructions, a root filesystem, and packages to bring support to Olimex's OLinuXino board. This device is based on the Freescale i.MX233 SoC at 454MHz with 64MB RAM, 10/100mbit ethernet, audio in/out, and NTSC or PAL composite video out. It also provides a wealth of connectivity easily accessible over standard connectors which should inspire those looking for a device to run home automation or robotics to name a couple applications.

  • List of 39 Low Cost Linux Friendly Boards and Products

    Linux on ARMDmitry (omgfire), one of my awesome readers, compiled a great tabular list of Linux friendly boards and products that sells for less than $300 US (usually less than $200). This list includes technical details such as the processor, GPU, memory, NAND flash, connectivity, ports, supported Linux distributions… as well as availability and pricing information.

  • Tiny Pluggable Linux ARM Computers Are Red-Hot

    Linux on ARMThe new wave of fun geek toys is inexpensive, hackable, tiny Linux-powered ARM computers, and they're red hot. This is the year to go small.
     

  • Easy-to-Use ARM System on a Board

    Linux on ARMIf you haven't heard of the open platform-friendly, inexpensive Linux-powered computing platform known as Raspberry Pi by now, you will be for years to come. Just as the Altair hailed the era of the personal computer, the Raspberry Pi is ushering in a new era of powerful, stunningly low-cost PCs on a board not much larger than an Arduino Uno.

  • Mele A1000 is a $70 hackable, Linux-friendly ARM-based PC

    Linux on ARMThe Raspberry Pi folks have been getting a lot of attention for their $35 PC with an ARM-based processor and support for some open source software. But as the cost of computer components continues to drop, the Raspberry Pi is hardly the only inexpensive PC capable of running Linux.

  • Missed out on Raspberry Pi? Here're five alternatives

    Linux on ARMThe Raspberry Pi $35 Linux computer sold out within hours of going on sale in February - with demand for the device reportedly hitting 700 orders per minute. The upshot is a lot of people who wanted the credit card-sized Raspberry Pi have been left empty-handed - with anyone ordering the device today unlike to receive one until about July.

  • Tiny, sugary sweet Linux PCs get eaten up

    Linux on ARMMake it small, make it cheap, and people will buy it. - Two tiny, single-board Linux computers with sweet names that debuted at nearly the same time have attracted disproportionately large attention from PC consumers this week: the Raspberry Pi, and the FXI Cotton Candy.

  • Raspberry Pi's Nonchalant Graphics Stack For Linux

    Linux on ARMMany were talking yesterday about why the forthcoming $25/$35 Raspberry Pi system won't ship in kit form, but of more interest to Phoronix readers out of that blog post would be the details concerning their Linux graphics driver stack and what they will be supporting.

  • PHYTEC announces Linux support for the phyCORE-OMAP4430 System on Module

    Linux on ARMPHYTEC’s production-ready phyCORE-OMAP4430 and Linux BSP provide a core foundation so that developers do not have to design an OMAP4 based embedded application from the ground up.


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