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Re: Debian GNU/Linux on tablet hardware

On Fri, Oct 28, 2011 at 12:57 PM, Arnaud Patard
<arnaud.patard@rtp-net.org> wrote:
> Rob van der Hoeven <robvanderhoeven@ziggo.nl> writes:
>> Hi,
> Hi,
>> Recently i bought a very nice tablet with the following specifications:
>> Chipset   : InfoTMIC IMAPX210 ARM11
>> Speed     : 1000 MHz
>> Memory    : 512 MB
>> Storage   : 4 GB.
>> Expansion : MicroSD™ expandable up to 64 GB total (2 x 32 GB)
> I may be wrong but iirc, imapx210 is yet an other cheap cinese arm SoC
> with *no* support in mainline kernel.

 i have the source code.  i may have placed it into the arm-netbooks
alioth repository, it was a while back.  quotes illegal quotes copies
of the infotmic source code can be downloaded from the usual quotes
illegal quotes web sites.  i say quotes illegal quotes because the
fucking morons at infotmic forced everyone to sign NDAs before
receiving the BSP (including kernel source code) thus losing their
rights to actually distribute their *own* BSPs under the terms of the

 it's a dog's dinner situation, basically.


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