On 19.07.2012, at 09:52, Guillaume Gardet wrote:
Le 18/07/2012 18:32, Alexander Graf a écrit :
On 18.07.2012, at 18:09, Manu Gupta <manugupt1(a)opensuse.org> wrote:
I have been looking on the internet for a ARM board. My current budget
for an ARM board is 100 Euros / 6000 INR. While going through the net,
I came across
Can you guys have a look at it and suggest me if its a okaish choice.
Is there anything else that you can suggest me under the same range.
One more question I had was, if I buy this board Can I connect it to
my Laptop's LCD as I cannot afford anything over and above the above
price range. Suggestions are welcome.
It really depends on the layer you want to
work at. If you're fine to work on actual board bringup, any armv7 board will be
helpful. There are lists for embedded devices available here:
There is also this website : http://tinyurl.com/ct8gy3s
which have some interesting boards. The list is not very big since it is a new website
but the board finder is useful to filter boards. But it does not give the ARM version
(armv5, armv7, etc).
Yeah, that part can be tricky. Here's a small cheat sheet
to get you through the ARM numbering nightmare:
ARM9 -> armv5
ARM11 -> armv6
Cortex A8 -> armv7 (single core)
Cortex A9 -> armv7 (usually multi-core, can be single-core)
Allwinner A10 -> Cortex A8 -> armv7
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