#CentOS team has announced the release and general availability of the CentOS Linux 7 (1611) images for ARM (armhfp) hardware architectures.
Derived from Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.3, Supporting the popular boards #RaspberryPi 3, Raspberry Pi 2, #BananaPi, CubieTruck, and Cubieboard SBCs
Know more and download the images from the announcement page.
64-bit #OrangePi PC 2 now available for less than $20
Open spec 64-bit Orange Pi PC 2 can run Linux or Android on a quad-core A53 Allwinner H5 SoC, and offers GbE, a 40-pin RPi compatible interface, and three USB host ports. Know more about Orange Pi PC 2 .
The 64-bit Orange Pi PC 2 is available at $19.98
You can buy in on Aliexpress for $23.33 including shipping
#HowTo setup #RaspberryPi cluster and run #Docker using Swarm Mode
So if you want to set-up a cluster of your own,
#MiQi – a $35 #ARM #SBC with #Rockchip RK3288 alternate to #RaspberryPi
The MiQi is the same size and price as a Raspberry Pi 3, but this little single-board computer/developer board features a Rockchip processor, up to 32GB of built-in storage, Gigabit Ethernet, and a few other features that help set it apart. Find more details here
ARM Adds Cortex-A32 Support To GCC Compiler
ARM only announced the Cortex-A32 ARMv8 32-bit processor yesterday but already they’ve gone ahead and landed the support inside the GNU Compiler Collection.
It’s not an entirely big surprise that there is already compiler support baked for the Cortex-A32 considering this is just an ultra power efficient cut-down version of the ARMv8 that runs in 32-bit mode. The ARMv8 64-bit support has been maturing in both GCC and LLVM/Clang for quite some time already. However, it’s nice to see the quick turnaround time by ARM on getting the support upstream.
This commit that landed in GCC trunk this morning by ARM’s Kyrylo Tkachov adds -mcpu=cortex-a32 to GCC. This addition will be found in GCC 6.
#ARM #CortexA32 from ARM
Cortex A32, a new super-small ARM core designed specifically for wearables, Internet of Things things, embedded systems, low-cost boards like the Raspberry Pi or Pi Zero, and other places where power, space, and cost savings are more important than raw performance. It uses the ARMv8 instruction set and is intended as a replacement for the older Cortex A7 and A5 architectures, both of which use the ARMv7 instruction set. However, the Cortex A32 can only run 32-bit code—to save space and power, the ability to run 64-bit code has been removed.
#Manjaro #ARM – #Linux Distro Customized for ARM SBC
Manjaro Arm is a project aimed to bring you the simplicity and customability that is Manjaro to ARM devices. These devices are growing in numbers and can be used for any number of applications. Most famous is the Raspberry Pi series and BeagleBoard series.
Available in 4 different edition for ARM
- Media Edition
- Server Edition
- Base Edition
- Minimal Edition
#ODROID-C2 – $40 is a #64bit 4 core #SBC and best alternative to #RaspberryPi2
The ODROID-C2 is a 64-bit quad-core Single Board Computer (SBC) that is one of the most cost-effective 64-bit development boards available in the ARM world.