Re: [Fwd: Re: Available Hardware for Debian Developers]
Philip Van Hoof <email@example.com> [2006-08-23]:
> On the http://www.debian.org/ports/arm/ website I read about the
> availability of four ARM machines.
> I'm the author of the tinymail framework, a E-mail access framework
> targeted at mobile devices and low memory consumption.
> I have a ARM device myself, but it's not really fast nor suitable for
> compiling, debugging and other typical development tasks.
> I was wondering whether the development machines for Debian are also
> available for software development (of opensource software). Or are they
> only available for Debian package testing and building?
> I'm not a official Debian developer or packager or ...
I'm also no Debian developer, so I cannot your answer but I can offer
one alternative if you have some money left:
The NSLU2 is a network attached storage device which runs Linux and can
be enabled to run even Debian. It has 266 MHz which is enough to
compile software natively or to run GDB. It costs about 80 EUR.
Maybe that's an alternative for you. You cannot even use it as
development machine but also as small server. Mine is now 1 1/2 years
and I wouldn't want to live without it :)