Re: requalification of arm as etch release architecture
On Tue, Oct 11, 2005 at 03:54:34PM -0400, Stephen Pinker wrote:
> > Well might I suggest something very piratical? Although
> > I'm far too busy and committed on current projects, I
> > do like to follow embedded linux (of a Debian flavor)
> > on arm processors. So I would suggest the group name
> > a few, well supported embedded development boards
> > that users can purchase, and use to test and follow
> > the (Debian) arm issues. That way, when an embedded linux
> > project comes along, we can recommend a board/chip
> > we have some familiarity with, not as a port maintainer,
> > but as a product developer. A short list of embedded boards
> > that run embedded Debian, at reasonable prices, would
> > be quite attractive to the larger product development
> > community, thus gaining embedded Debian (this list)
> > a larger, technical following.
> I *really* like this idea. I don't care for the "reasonable prices"
> bit, though. The list should include All price ranges.
I have this Intel IXP2850 development board with dual 700MHz xscale
processors, 1.5G of RAMBUS RAM and 10 gigabit ethernet interfaces to
It's around $30k -- is that a problem? ;-)