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http://hardware.slashdot.org/story/12/09/07/2322207/rhombus-tech-a10-eoma-68-cpu-card-schematics-completed

There are a lot of very useful links (I'm still in the middle of reading) embedded in the discussions - but the gist of it is that it's a PCMCIA size card embedded with an ARM10 Cortex-8 SoC

Maybe someone here can figure out how to get FASM-ARM on board
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fasmarm only runs on x86 hardware. But you could certainly write an OS or application with fasmarm and run the binary on the ARM board.
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