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edfed



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edfed
to code in asm, we need a mother board with open spec only hardware.
this hardware should be the more standard as possible.
the entire mother board shematics should be available and contain every datas about every components. and every component should have a free datasheet available.

this motherboard should be easy to find on the market.
we still have the X86 architecture that is almost everywhere.
we need the hardware around to be the same kind of open architecture.
with this condition, a very good system can be made using only asm, maybe the first step to real IA need something like a very large amount of identical machines connected together around the world. with all machines sharing the same CPU (real or virtual), we can still do great things, imagine the same thing for all the hardware...

what kind of mother board can meet this requirement nowadays?
Post 21 Sep 2011, 23:44
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bitRAKE



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Have you taken a look at the embedded offerings from AMD and Intel?

http://www.intel.com/p/en_US/embedded/designcenter/tools/development-board
Post 22 Sep 2011, 03:40
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gabiz_ro



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I'm a really newbie on this world.
But since rules are designed and obeyed by hardware,there is no need to know in deep how hardware works.
By example you can drive a car but you don't know how engine works,you can use a cell phone but you don't know how gsm works.

In other words,if your action result in something,you don't really need to know what happens inside,
Hardware may work in different ways but until now must obey rules.
As long as 0=0 and 1=1 there is no need to know why 0=0 and 1=1
just my newbie opinion.
Post 22 Sep 2011, 13:49
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