Embedded designer Paul Thomas is showcasing a tiny, open-sourced computer at LinuxWorld in San Francisco this week. Would-be Linuxstamp enthusiasts can obtain pre-built boards for the hefty sum of $120 directly from Thomas, or they can download the design for free and build it themselves.
Tiny, 6-Chip ‘Open’ Computer Runs Linux
2008-08-08 Hardware 3 Comments
it’s a good thing,
linux on embedded system is very popular, that will allow to have linux every where soon
nice to tuning every thing
I love seeing these small inexpensive systems. It can run on POE! I wish there were more full reviews of these type systems. Homebrew projects firewall/filter/home automation/LAMP/NAS etc.
ohh and of course robots :>
but as long as we’re looking at DIY ARM systems, the BeagleBoard (http://beagleboard.org/) which sells for only $30 more. You lose the built-in ethernet, but you gain impressive 3D graphics acceleration and video-decoding abilities and a CPU that’s over 3x faster, which I consider more than a fair trade