Re: Attractive platform for Debian people interested in ARM: NSLU2
On Thu, Mar 16, 2006 at 01:01:46AM +0000, Martin Michlmayr wrote:
> One reason why few people are working on ARM is probably the lack of
> a cheap platform that can be used for development. Fortunately, this
> problem has now been addressed. Over the last few months, I worked
> (in collaboration of the NSLU2-Linux project) on debian-installer
> support for the Linksys NSLU2, a sub $100 device with 32 MB RAM,
> Ethernet (which needs a non-free driver) and two USB ports. You can
> attach a USB disk and run a full Debian system on this device.
Just to be clear, the NSLU2 is a big endian ARM machine, right? Isn't
Debian's current ARM port little endian?
(Not that people shouldn't play with the NSLU2 and try to get Debian
better supported on it; it's a great little device.)