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30 Aug 2013

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Boris Landoni present us an overview of todays microcomputer boards able to run Linux. He writes:

Today we present an overview of today’s market offering regarding ARM RISC microcomputer able to run a GNU/Linux distribution. And once again, this is just the beginning.While the growth of such a device segment was predictable, it wasn’t easy to predict such an explosion. In fact we now have an heterogeneous set of options, with different characteristics, requiring a different approaches to for the optimization of the GNU / Linux operating system. In this post we’ll try to present, on the one hand, the unifying elements of different devices and, secondly, to classify each device based on its best use cases.Let’s begin to point out a first list of devices to analyze, new ones appear every day but we’ll deal with them later.The ones we feature on this post are the following:

  • RaspberryPi
  • PcDuino
  • BeagleboneBlack
  • CubieBoard
  • MK802III
  • MK802IIIS
  • ODROID-U2

A Comprehensive Comparison of Linux Development Boards - [Link]

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