Re: free software mini pc
On Monday 13 Feb 2012, green wrote:
> Andrei Popescu wrote at 2012-02-12 17:10 -0600:
> > On Sb, 11 feb 12, 20:09:00, green wrote:
> > > - Trim-Slice H (custom kernel)
> > I was almost going to order one of those, but eventually gave up because
> > "SATA is implemented with USB to SATA Genesys Logic GL830". I admit the
> > custom kernel was also not an incentive.
> > Maybe CompuLab will release a device based on Tegra 3 soon?
> Is Tegra 3 supported by Linux? Are any of the Tegras supported by Linux?
> While I have found nothing definitive, everything I have found suggests
If you look at the linux-arm mailing list, or the kernel changelogs you
will find lots of references to the Tegras.
> > OTOH the Raspberry PI should be able to do most of what I really need
> > (HDMI playback & internet radio), so I'll probably get one as soon as
> > they include a case.
> Sounds great, but probably not adequate for desktop use.