Re: I need fast ARM Hardware for native compile
Hello Mr. Konzack,
surely I have a link to them:
As you look for something faster than 600MHz those will be, however, not of
much use for you: The Iyonix PC's are using 600MHz ARM based processors -
their main speed advantage is their regular graphicscard, which produces a
lower load on the system than many of the available alternatives as far as I
There are sadly very few ARM CPU based devices at the moment using the higher
speed versions of the ARM architecture.
Though not really up-to-date, a lot of useful information can be found here:
and in the links branching from there.
I used an Carapelli Industries sold NPX-9000 netbook for half a year until I
was too frustrated with the lack of support from the manufacturer in regards
to releasing the GNU-licensed sources to the installed system to be able to
compile my own modules for the CPU:
Seems like they never read the GPL V2 :(
Anyway: I hope that info is helpful
Am Mittwoch 13 Januar 2010 schrieben Sie:
> Hallo Rüdiger,
> Am 2010-01-13 15:51:50, schrieb Ruediger Leibrandt:
> > By the way: Does anyone use an Iyonix (ARM based PC)? I'd like to know
> > how well they perform and what powerconsumption they have.
> Do you have a link to it please?
> Thanks, Greetings and nice Day/Evening
> Michelle Konzack
> Electronic Engineer
> Tamay Dogan Network
> Debian GNU/Linux Consultant