Creating a new ARM/AVR platform

Oliver Grawert ogra at ubuntu.com
Thu Mar 1 11:59:30 UTC 2012


hi,
On Wed, 29 Feb 2012 13:39:57 +0000
Jacob Mansfield <cyberjacob at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi All,
> My company is seeking to create a monitoring device using an ARM or
> AVR processor, and wishes it to run Linux. As we are developing the
> hardware, it can be designed completely for this purpose, and we
> would have all the technical specifications avalable. Could anybody
> point me towards a guide for porting Linux to such a platform?
> thanks! 
given you post to an ubuntu list, i would assume you mean to run ubuntu
on that platform ... if so, you will need to stick with armv7 based
devices as ubuntu doesnt support older arm arches (like teh
raspberry pi for example) ... preferably you should use a TI chip (omap3
or 4) in your board design, as these are the best supported ones in
ubuntu atm. if you want to look at different HW, take a look at the
boards supported by linaro, while not directly supported in ubuntu they
are very easy to get running with help of the linaro tools.

ciao
	oli
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