Pandaboard platform support in the works
Another happy article from Undeadly:
“During the g2k12 hackathon, Brandon Mercer (bmercer@) has been working on getting the beagle code run on the Pandaboard machines also.
“The pandaboard is a development board with an ARM Cortex-A9 (dual-core at that!), 1G RAM and sports a large amount of connectors and ports.
“Brandon has been working on it with help from Dale Rahn, miod@ and Patrick Wildt to get it to boot OpenBSD up to multiuser state.”
I was thinking of getting a Zaurus to experiment on, but I’m starting to think about one of these instead!
Many thanks to the forum regulars who put time and effort into helping others solve their problems.
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