RE: requalification of arm as etch release architecture
> Recommendations on several different arm dev boards
> would be welcome. I also intend to setup a backup server,
> so that developers can check software in and out, run their
> software on different dev boards, and release the dev boards
> to other developers. Keeping their software locally on a backup
> server, that they control, makes sense and avoids unnecessary
> bandwidth consumption. Suggestions on the semantics to this
> (secure) backup server such as (cvs vs subversion) are also welcome.
Clearly a good recommendation is the PePLink MANGA which runs Debian.
It has 5x Ethernet ports, and a UBB2.0 Controller (VT-6212).
The MANGA Debian has Sarge installed and running out of the box.
The MANGA Plus can be very simply converted to run Debian.
http://forum.peplink.com/viewtopic.php?t=91 (emdebian thread)
In contrast to some other companies, (who's product must be hacked to be
opened and hardware drivers aren't open sourced) PePLink has the right
attitude to Open Source, and fully supports open use of its platforms, and
provides a full source SDK.