I want to buy an ARM dev. board
cognet at ci0.org
Tue May 25 05:37:35 PDT 2004
On Tue, May 25, 2004 at 11:55:58AM +0800, Morton Lin wrote:
> (It's time to wake mailinglist.freebsd.arm up ! ;-)
> Hi, All :
> I found an ARM (ARM940T core) evaluation board : ATB-2510.
> ( http://www.vitals.co.kr/Eng/product/t-board/tb_2510.htm )
> It had many features such as MiniPCI, PCMCIA, USB and so forth.
> I thought it will be a good development environment for FreeBSD/ARM.
> So, does anyone can help me to find the channel to contact the reseller
> of vitals system ? My local reseller (Taiwan) told me that they're always
> out of stock. :-( It seems that vitals doesn't want to sell the hardware
> only, but the solution (included software, "vLinux"). I had no idea about
> that. But I thought if they can promote their reference design board.
> They can rise the amount of S3C2510 core and another material (Flash,
> Ethernet chipsets, etc). I thought its good for them, right ?
> Anyway, I knew the direction of FreeBSD/ARM focused on Intel XScale,
> but I still hope someone can help me to solve above issue.
> Thank you very much.
I'm afraid I have no idea on how to get such a board.
I just wanted to clarify one point : I have nothing against !strongarm !xscale
ARM cpu support. I myself have a skeleton s3c2410 (arm920T) support in my
sourcetree, though I'm not sure I'll ever finish it.
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