Benchmarks Of Many ARM Boards From The Raspberry Pi To... - - For some weekend benchmarking fun, I compared the Jetson TX2 that NVIDIA released this weekend with their ARM 64-bit "Denver 2" CPU cores paired with four Cortex-A57...

openSUSE Leap 42.2 gets 64-bit Raspberry Image - - The latest release from openSUSE has new images available for the Raspberry Pi and joins SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for Raspberry Pi in becoming the initial...

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  • Raspberry Pi: Hands On with Arch Linux and Pidora

    Linux on ARMIn the first post about my new Raspberry Pi, I explored about NOOBS (the New Out Of Box Software package) and Raspbian, the Debian GNU/Linux spin customised for the Pi. This time I want to take a look at the other two general-purpose Linux distributions which have been customised and packaged for the Pi, Arch Linux ARM and Pidora.

  • Geniatech dual-boots Linux with Qt GUI on their AmLogic based Set-top-boxes

    Linux on ARMGeniatech engineer shows how they support dual-booting to some basic Linux from the SD card on several of the Geniatech Android Set-top-boxes, going back to their single-core AmLogic M3 based Set-top-boxes and also to their new ones.

  • MontaVista Linux on ARM

    Linux on ARMMontaVista Software (http://mvista.com) was founded in 1999 to bring the Linux operating system to the embedded device market. From the beginning the goal has been to embrace fully Open Source. MontaVista delivered their first commercial Linux for the embedded market in 1999 and hasn't looked back since.

  • How-to Install and “Hack” Linux on T428 or MK802 IV mini PCs

    Linux on ARMPicUntu 4.5 installer is probably the easiest method to install Ubuntu on a Rockchip RK3188 based mini PC, but if you want a little more flexibility I’ll provide another method to install Linux on T428, MK802 IV or compatible devices, as well as links to go further: dual boot Android / Linux, create your own official distro, status of Mali-400 GPU support in RK3188…

  • Wind River Linux adds 64-bit ARM, adopts Yocto 1.5

    Linux on ARMWind River announced Wind River Linux 6, featuring Yocto Project 1.5 Linux kernel and toolchain, and expanded multi-architecture hardware support including 64-bit ARMv8. Wind River also announced a faster new Yocto-compatible version of its carrier-grade Wind River Open Virtualization software.

  • PicUntu 4.5 installer loads Ubuntu onto Rockchip RK3188 devices

    Linux on ARMPicUntu is a custom version of Ubuntu Linux designed to run on TV boxes and other devices with Rockchip’s ARM-based processors. Now it’s easier to install than ever, offering a way to turn a cheap Android TV box into a full-fledged Linux computer.

  • Networking SBCs run Linux on multicore i.MX6 SoCs

    Linux on ARMGateworks Corp. announced a family of six Linux-ready single board computers for network processing running Freescale’s ARM Cortex-A9-based i.MX6 processors. The Ventana SBCs range from a dual-core 800MHz model with one mini-PCIe slot, to a quad-core 1GHz board with HD video and six mini-PCIe slots, and can be expanded modularly using a choice of four stackable mini-PCIe, PCI, and Gig-Ethernet (copper and fiber) boards.

  • Magnolia, Tizen's First Tablet, Is a 10.1-Inch ARM Model – Video

    Linux on ARMTizen Indonesia is one of the few companies that are still trying to prove that a tablet doesn't need the Apple iOS or the Google Android operating system to be great. Here is the latest attempt.

  • Tizen Linux running on the Google Nexus 7 (video)

    Linux on ARMTizen is an open source, Linux-based operating systems designed for smartphones, tablets, TVs, laptops, and just about anything else that needs an operating system. It’s backed by Intel and Samsung, and it’s been in development since the MeeGo Linux project shut down two years ago.

  • PicUntu brings light-weight Linux to RK3066 mini PCs (MK808, UG802, etc)

    Linux on ARMThere are a handful of inexpensive TV sticks with Rockchip RK3066 dual core processors available for around $50 to $70. While they're designed to run Android apps on a TV, they can also run other operating systems. Now the first Ubuntu Linux-based OS is available for RK3066 mini computers including the MK808 and UG802.

  • SliTaz armhf: 46MB Linux Distribution for Raspberry Pi

    Linux on ARMSliTaz armhf is a minimal Linux distribution based on SliTaz Linux, that uses the hard-float ABI for the Raspberry Pi. The compressed SD card image is 46M, the rootfs 18.6 MB, and Slitaz uses just about 7 MB RAM after boot.

  • PengPod 700 & 1000 – Linux Tablets Based on AllWinner A10

    Linux on ARMThere are plenty of tablet based on AllWinner A10 and A13 processors, but all of them run Android, and you are out of luck if  you want to run Linux on your tablet, unless you hack this yourself. But this is about to change as PengPod will launch 2 tablets and 1 mini PC running Linux from NAND flash or micro SD card:

  • Samsung's ARM-powered Chromebook runs Gentoo Linux



    Linux on ARMWe've already seen Ubuntu loaded up on Samsung's $249 ARM-powered Chromebook, but the Linux modding hasn't stopped there
     

  • Using the $249 Samsung Chromebook as a Linux notebook

    Linux on ARMSamsung's $249 Chromebook is a notebook designed to run Google Chrome OS. But that's not the only operating system that the laptop can run. We've already seen Ubuntu installed on the new Chromebook... and that's just the tip of the iceberg.

  • Red Hat developers porting OpenJDK to ARM64

    Linux on ARMRed Hat developers are porting OpenJDK to ARMv8, the 64-bit ARM architecture (also known as A64). According to a blog postby Andrew Haley of Red Hat, the development is taking place because "the current OpenJDK ARM situation is rather unsatisfactory, and we want to do better with A64".

  • TI Linux Developers Continue Work On The OMAP5

    Linux on ARMWhile the ultimate future of Texas Instruments' OMAP division remains uncertain, their software engineers continue to work on maturing the OMAP5 Linux support.
     

  • Red Hat: Linux on ARM is No Joke

    Linux on ARMThere was a time when x86 was the only major chip architecture that Linux vendor Red Hat cared about. That time has now come to an end as the Linux giant is now taking a serious look at ARM.

  • Gentoo Linux vs. Linaro ARM Benchmarks

    Linux on ARMThe latest Linux ARM benchmarks at Phoronix are comparing the performance of Gentoo Linux against Linaro 12.08 from a 1.4GHz quad-core ARM Cortex-A9 development board.
     

  • The ARM Cortex-A9 Can Beat Out The Intel Atom

    Linux on ARMHere's some interesting test results recently uploaded to OpenBenchmarking.org that compares the performance of ARM Cortex A8 and Cortex A9 cores running at 1.0GHz against an Intel Atom N450. All three systems running at 1.0GHz were also running Gentoo Linux. Clock-for-clock, can the latest-generation ARM Cortex-A9 take out the Intel Atom? For the most part, yes.

  • 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.


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