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[Freedombox-discuss] Usable, affordable, oswh hardware with up-to-date kernel support?



Quoting Pieter van der Eems (2015-02-05 14:49:23)
> Triggerd bij the discussion about the rpi-2 I started looking for a 
> new board to use as a server. I looked at the FreedomBox 
> TargetedHardware (https://wiki.debian.org/FreedomBox/TargetedHardware, 
> thanks for the link, Its' very hard to find a oshw list using 
> duckduckgo).
> 
> The only board that are oshw complaint on that list are the OLinuXino 
> boards and the Radxa Rocks. They also supply direct ethernet and sata. 
> So far so good. Here comes the problem though, non of these sbc's has 
> an up-to-date kernel, 3.4 is the best these things can do.
> 
> Are there any oshw compliant affordable boards in development that 
> will have kernel support?

Yes, I believe there are OSHW boards usable with older kernels.

Possible reasons for such boards missing from the TargetedHardware list 
might be that they are more expensive or much slower than the DreamPlug.


 - Jonas

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