Andrew Henderson’s BeagleSNES project to create an embedded SNES emulating Linux appliance for BeagleBoard-xM hardware has been released as source packages and a downloadable SD card image.
on 04/10/2013 – Made popular on 04/10/2013
Andrew Henderson’s BeagleSNES emulator appliance now supports the BeagleBone Black in addition to the BeagleBoard XM. The Black is a cheaper alternative to the XM ($45 USD vs $149 USD for the XM) with different specifications and a smaller physical footprint designed to compete with the Raspberry PI. Version 0.3 of BeagleSNES also resolves a few issues [...]
The BeagleBoard.org Foundation is a US-based 501(c) non-profit corporation existing to provide education in and promotion of the design and use of open-source software and hardware in embedded computing. BeagleBoard.org provides a forum for the owners and developers of open-source software and hardware to exchange ideas, knowledge and experience.
Open source electronics firm Liquidware has released a kit for attaching a 4.4-inch Liquidware BeagleTouch OLED touchscreen to a BeagleBoard to construct a Linux-based, tablet device. The Beagle Embedded Starter Kit also incorporates a BeagleJuice battery module and a 4GB SD card....
In August Intel launched the Yocto Project Innovation Challenge to help showcase developers who are building – or simply imagining -- Yocto-based embedded Linux applications and devices.
They’ve asked embedded developers to share how they use, or plan to use, the Yocto Project, the open source toolset for building a custom embedded Linux distribution on any hardware architecture (and a Linux Found
An interview with The Yocto Project community managerJeff Osier-Mixon is a community manager at Intel for The Yocto Project, an open source collaboration project that provides templates, tools and methods to help you create custom Linux-based systems for embedded products regardless of the hardware architecture.
Make Linux Software posted a video showing the & fastest ever embedded Linux boot.& The video shows a BeagleBoard equipped with a 720MHz TI OMAP3530 processor booting Linux 2.6.32 in an impressive 300 milliseconds from boot loader to shell -- although the jury is out on just how useful the stripped-down 1.5MB image might be....
The Ubuntu-powered laptop recently released by Dell’s Project Sputnik has generated a lot of buzz, especially in the open source community. Now, many Linux enthusiasts are hoping to see a continued expansion of Dell’s open source hardware lineup. And according to Project Sputnik lead Barton George, they may not be disappointed.
I am doing video processing on beagleboard-xm with ubuntu installed in it. Ubuntu is with complete GUI but it is prebuilt image for omap3.Libraries used for these project is OpenCV.
So, the problem is whole process is too slow.Is there a way to fasten up the process like removing GUI? or removing unwanted packages?or installing of some optimized OS