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Old 12th July 2012
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Default 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!
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