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Re: ARM kernel cross compilation issues for iMX53

Hi there.

On Mar 19 2012, Paul Shirren wrote:
> The Beagle XM only has 512M

Nice that this was brought up, so I can ask: are all ARM machine generally
memory-starved, in comparison with other platforms?

I know very little of the platform, but I have always kept an eye here, and
it seems that there is nothing similar to what one has on the x86 world,
where one can simply grab some upgrade of the memory card and pop it it.

Is that impression correct? In case it is, is there any "common" [*]
solution that uses, say, a mini-PCIe card to be like, say, something
intermediary between real memory and a swap partition on a disk.

[*] For sufficiently small values of common. :)

Say, a swap partition on a flash/whatever device?


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