Hi Adam and welcome,
What do you need exactly when you say you want to develop on ARM
platform and what kind of software do you want to develop (or port )?
ARM platform is a vast world, if you only look at four Cortex-8 CPU,
you'll find that they are quite differents :
For more information about ARM architecture, you'll find some good
technicals data on ARM website (need to register but it's free).
For more ressources about a CPU (OMAP, ...), you'll probably find info
on TI, Freescale, Marvell, Qualcomm, ... website.
For OMAP3530 (beagleboard) :
How to maintain Fedora packages :
I'm not sure i've correctly answer your questions, but i hope this
help you a bit.
2009/3/16, Adam Miller <maxamillion(a)gmail.com>:
I'm new to the ARM world, but I've been reading up a bit and am
looking into purchasing a beagleboard (http://beagleboard.org/
) as a
learning platform and possibly to do something useful once I've
learned enough. I was hoping I could get some direction towards
materials on learning to develop for the ARM platform, most
importantlywith respect to fedora. I've read the fedora wiki page on
the ARM architecture as well as the toolchain page and was just hoping
to find some guidance from there. I was also wondering if there was an
outline somewhere of work needing to be done for the Fedora-ARM
project so that I may contribute once I am able.
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