Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 18th Sep 2009 17:30 UTC, submitted by Moulinneuf
Hardware, Embedded Systems We all know (and love?) ARM as the company which focusses on licensing designs for power-efficient yet still powerful processors, mostly used in embedded devices. The Cambridge company has been looking to expand into the netbook market, and has now announced a new step in this process with a number of new multicore Cortex-A9 designs.
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RE[3]: Linux on ARM + Wine
by mmebane on Fri 18th Sep 2009 21:29 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Linux on ARM + Wine"
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Not necessarily. You might be able to get by with running the Wine DLLs / Wine server as native code and then having some sort of thunks into the emulator which runs the app code. I believe the ARM can run in little-endian mode, so you might not even need to change endianness.

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