On 14 February 2010 15:26, Stefano Cavallari <stefano(a)cavallari.cjb.net> wrote:
I have an IGEPv2 board too, and Fedora 12 seems to run well.
I'm using a prebuilt kernel which I "stole" from the NAND, and the rootfs
I'd like to run a native kernel though.
I'm not sure which is better. The linux-omap branch (from which ISEE
take their kernel) has lots more support for the OMAP hw. But, yes,
I'd rather see something closer to mainline if possible.
If there isn't such a thing yet, is anyone interested in setting
Yes, although I'm no expert.
I think the issue is getting a stable set of patches against the
Fedora kernel for each supported board. I tried rebasing some of the
ISEE changes against a 2.6.32 but failed to get something meaningful.
Perhaps we could chat off-list and work out a good set of patches for the IGEP?
I think that after the BeagleBoard & clones there is a new kind
users which aren't really interested in embedded development, but just want a
low power server/appliance/whatever without messing too much with the
Definitely! Someone commented, when I was running the Fedora GNOME
desktop, "That's just like your PC!"
I was pleased to be able to buy the IGEPv2. There are lots of
embedded dev boards available, but the dev kits often cost >1000 UKP.
I haven't had any time to spend on my board this week -- however, I'm
still working on my howto guide. I'll email the list when I have