Re: Freescale iMX53 Quick Start board
On Aug 8, 2011, at 16:34, Andrew McGlashan wrote:
> Jeremiah Foster wrote:
>> I just have a "developers" model. Here's a link to a couple pictures of the machine I have FWIW;
> Grrr, no good, I don't want to have a flickr account and to see the pic, you need to be signed in. Please give us a "normal" public link. Thanks ;-)
Sure. Here's a link: http://jeremiahfoster.com/trimslice/
Click on the thumbs for a larger pic.
>>> They seem to be very, very cagey about releasing actual information ---
>>> I saw a post by someone at Compulab saying they weren't going to post
>>> scans of the PCB because the layout was confidential! --- but it appears
>>> that the SATA port is actually connected via USB internally and so,
>>> really, doesn't count.
>> That may be the case in fact. Is there something like lspci or similar which would confirm that?
> That is very sad.
> I think we need a good comparison / feature / selection page -- choose the requirements, then see the result:
> USB 2.0 ports ports yes / no how many [ ]
> USB 3.0 ports ports yes / no how many [ ]
> Fast Ethernet ports yes / no how many [ ]
> Gigabit Ethports yes / no how many [ ]
> SATA I
> SATA II
> SATA III
> and so on .....
> At least this will help research on what board is best for specific requirements.\
Makes sense to me, would be quite useful for a number of projects since the Fedora and Mandriva folks are also looking at creating or updating their ARM ports.