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  • Intrinsic Snapdragon 800 APQ8074 Dragonboard

    Linux on ARMThis new Intrinsic (http://www.intrinsyc.com/) Dragonboard uses as Snapdragon 800 processor and has an optional display. The Dragonboard is capable of playing 4k video. The Dragonboard can even run Ubuntu. The dragonboard is already available for a price of 499 USD. INTRINSYC makes both system on module designs for 200 USD as well as development boards.

  • $149 Inforce IFC6410 Qualcomm MSM8064 S4 Pro Development Board Computer

    Linux on ARMhttp://inforcecomputing.com is an embedded Pico-ITX development kit maker using Qualcomm, here their latest 8064 chip with 2GB RAM in a compact dev board retailing at $149. The boards come with basic connections like micro hdmi, micro sd, and ethernet.

  • Free seminar unravels mysteries of ARM hacking

    Linux on ARMEmbedded developer Robert Feranec, founder of Slovakian-based Fedevel Academy, is giving a free seminar on ARM board and software design at the Hacker Dojo hacker community center in Silicon Valley on Dec. 14. The seminar will cover embedded development details ranging from DDR3 layout to building a Linux kernel.

  • VIA Launches Its Own ARM Development Board

    Linux on ARMThe latest company now offering low-cost ARM development boards for pushing their platform to ARM Linux and Android developers is VIA Technologies. VIA claims their new Springboard platform is "the fast path from prototype to production" and only costs $100 USD, but the specifications aren't all that impressive.

  • LLVM Picks Up Support For ARM's Cortex-A57

    Linux on ARMThe LLVM compiler infrastructure has now received support for the Cortex-A57, ARM's highest-end 64-bit AArch64 processor.

  • Linux Still Working On Power-Aware Scheduling

    Linux on ARMARM and other Linux stakeholders are still working to bring power-aware scheduling to the kernel.

  • Combining the Linux Device Tree and Kernel Image for ARM

    Linux on ARMBack in 2010, I wrote two articles about a SystemC model used to load the Linux kernel and its various artifacts into memory for ARM virtual platforms. The first was A SystemC TLM 2.0 ARM Linux Boot Loader and the second was More on the SystemC ARM Linux Boot Loader. At the time I covered the kernel, Linux kernel command line, and RAM-based file system.

  • The State Of Open-Source ARM GPU Drivers

    Linux on ARMRob Clark of the fast-growing Freedreno project provided a status update earlier this week at the X.Org Developers' Conference concerning his open-source ARM Qualcomm graphics driver, the Lima driver for ARM' Mali, GRATE for NVIDIA's Tegra, and Etnaviv for Vivante graphics hardware.

  • Undo and ARM Agreement Delivers First Commercial Reversible Linux and Android Application Debugger for ARM Processors

    Linux on ARMCAMBRIDGE, UK, September 24, 2013—Undo Software, a supplier of Linux and Android software development solutions, today announced that ARM has entered into an agreement to integrate UndoDB in its flagship software development tool suite, ARM® DS™-5 Development Studio.

  • Introduction to Porting And Optimising Code

    Linux on ARMRecently I was asked to go and present on porting from 32-bit ARM to 64-bit ARM at Campus Party Europe at the O2 Arena in London. This occurred early in September and it can be watched on YouTube* and the slides are also available here.

  • Comparing Linux/Arm JVMs Revisited

    Linux on ARMIt's been about 18 months since we last compared Linux/Arm JVMs, and with the formal release of the much anticipated Java SE Embedded for Arm hard float binary, it marks a good time to revisit JVM performance. The information and results that follow will highlight the following comparisons:

  • Change.org petition, ARM SoC changes for Linux 3.12 invite Torvalds’ fury

    Linux on ARMLinus Torvalds, in response to a petition on Change.org to remove RdRand from /dev/random, has lambasted the petitioner by called him ignorant for not understanding the code in Linux Kernel.

  • About Cross compiling environment setup for ARM Architecture pedora OS

    Linux on ARMIn this article, I’m using raspberry pi hardware, and using pedora 32-bit target OS, Scientific Linux 6.1 64-bit as host OS, crosstool-ng as cross compiling tool. I will give a brief introduction steps about how to build binaries and shared/static libraries, and in the process, some building depends on third party libraries

  • Universal ARM/x86 COM standard gets a boost

    Linux on ARMElectronics distributor Avnet has added Taiwan-based TechNexion’s computer-on-modules to its board-level embedded products portfolio. The deal raises the profile of TechNexion’s open EDM (Embedded Design Modules) standard that defines three COM sizes usable with both ARM and x86 CPUs, and which incidentally forms the computing core of the open hardware Wandboard SBC.

  • Open SBC runs Linux on Altera ARM+FPGA SoC

    Linux on ARMArrow Electronics and Terasic have announced a $249, Linux- and Android-ready SBC development kit built around Altera’s hybrid ARM+FPGA Cyclone V SoC, supported by a RocketBoards.org community site. The Sockit Development Kit offers 2GB RAM plus I/O interfaces including VGA, audio, gigabit Ethernet, and USB, plus high speed on-board expansion via off-the-shelf or custom expansion cards.

  • Raspberry Fly? Airware’s Linux and ARM developer platform for drones

    Linux on ARMWASHINGTON, DC—The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) hasn't yet cleared the runway for unmanned aircraft to fly under any circumstances other than federal law enforcement, public safety, and a few experimental applications. But for those looking to take a flying leap into creating their own unmanned eyes in the sky, a Newport Beach, California, company called Airware is trying to make it as easy as pie—Raspberry Pi, that is.

  • PyPy 2.1 Ships With Python ARM JIT Support

    Linux on ARMPyPy, a fast yet compliant implementation of Python, has ARM Just-In-Time compiler support with today's version 2.1 release.

  • LLVM Clang 64-bit ARM (AArch64) Now Supports NEON

    Linux on ARMThe 64-bit ARM back-end to the LLVM/Clang compiler now supports generating NEON instructions for AArch64.

  • Freedreno DRM/Gallium3D Shines Well For ARM

    Linux on ARMThe reverse-engineered Freedreno driver for open-source Qualcomm Adreno graphics support is quickly taking shape as the leading ARM Linux graphics driver for the (non-Android) Linux desktop.

  • Rugged ARM Linux touchpanel targets military apps

    Linux on ARMIEE announced a Linux-based thin-client touchpanel computer for harsh military environments. The highly rugged touchpanel computer is equipped with a 1GHz ARM processor and a 10.4-inch, 1024 x 768-pixel resistive touchscreen with backlighting and high contrast, and is usable over an extended temperature range of -46 to 70°C.


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