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TmX



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http://www.engadget.com/2013/10/03/intel-ardino-galileo-development-r-pi-education/?ncid=txtlnkusaolp00000594

I wonder how this will compete against Arduino or Raspberry Pi, for example.
Would love to try it, though Very Happy
Post 07 Oct 2013, 03:39
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dogman



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What do Arduino and RPi have in common? Almost nothing... I don't understand the point of these articles. The writers are mostly idiots. RPi is *not* open source hardware.
Post 07 Oct 2013, 11:39
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TmX



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You are correct. RPi is still not an open source hardware, yet.
What do Arduino and RPi have in common? Well at least they are compact-sized, affordable development 'board'?

Yes I know Arduino is tehnically a microcontroller, while RPi is a computer.

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Post 07 Oct 2013, 11:48
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dogman



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Beagle seems interesting. If you are looking for a cheap ARM development board it's probably one of the best choices right now.
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This is the sort of low powered x86, that DexOS was designed to run on.
So bring it on intel.
Post 07 Oct 2013, 16:06
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edfed



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i'd like to get some very soon
Post 07 Oct 2013, 18:43
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Mike Gonta



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Dex4u wrote:
This is the sort of low powered x86, that DexOS was designed to run on.
Agreed.

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Post 07 Oct 2013, 22:47
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edfed



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it's time to code a network user interface with fasm, and the drivers for the entire board, with fasm.
this board should run without windows or linux like os.

i just wonder where it will pick the boot sector to start the system?
is there a bootstrap in this board? does it works like a pc?

the answers are inside the datasheet ... to continue Smile
Post 08 Oct 2013, 11:39
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cod3b453



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I wondered until I realised it was 32bit, which means only my loader could work Confused Also most of my debug relies on VBox COM ports or VESA pixels Rolling Eyes
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