"M. Warner Losh" <im...@bsdimp.com> wrote:
In message: <4376...@samsco.org>
Scott Long writes:
: Poul-Henning Kamp wrote:
: > In message <1131...@primergy470.juergendankoweit.net>, Juergen
: > Dankoweit writes:
: >>My question is now: is there an overview on which embedded systems
: >>FreeBSD runs?
: > Typically in this space, people select hardware based on I/O
: > requirements and there is plenty to pick at.
: > FreeBSD runs on pretty much anything with an i386 compatible CPU,
: > and the soekris is merely the hackers favourite.
: > Maintaining a comprehensive list would be a bit of work, but not
: > a lot of work, so if somebody volunteers for it, I'm sure we can
: > find a spot for it on our web-pages.
: FreeBSD is also being made to run on a variety of smaller ARM platforms
: right now like the ARM920T. It might also be possible to get a PPC
: platform like the 405G/440G working without a whole lot of work.
The StrongArm stuff also is in decent shape. The ARM920T core needs
glue for the different types of ARM processors by different OEMs.
There's some work on the ep9301 in the p4 repo right now which gets at
least one eval board working (see http://www.embeddedarm.com/ for the
TS7200 and TS7250). Other cores are also in the pipeline.
They are nice board. But I guess my project doesn't need USB ports. Do you think its price can be under $100 USD eg. $80USD without built-in USB ports?
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