Re: building qt4 for arm
peter green wrote (ao):
> Sander wrote:
> >I believe the Armbrix Zero sells for $145
> >It has the same cpu and memory as the Arndale (Cortex-A15 1.7GHz dual
> >core, 2GB 800MHz DDR3, and sata3), just a little less connectors:
> It's also on a three month lead time and has had virtually no
> documentation released. I'm not sure if any boards are actually in
> the wild or even if anyone has ever tried booting regular linux on
> it yet.
Well, I have the Arndale, and it boots with these instructions:
I can boot a selfconfigured vanilla kernel, but it seems usbsupport is
not yet in 3.8-rc7. The kernel from the above instructions works just
> I'm considering it as a potential buildd but i'm not yet happy
> enough with the state of the project to actually make a purchase.
> Right now i'd suggest the odriod U2 as the least bad build box
> option if you want to go the native route. Downsides are that
> storage and network end up on USB and you have to recompile the
> kernel to enable swap.
Network on the Arndale/Armbrix is also usb, but it has native sata3, and
The Odriod U2 and X2 seem nice little machines too, thanks for metioning