Portwell unveiled four Linux-friendly embedded computers based on its WADE-8015 Mini-ITX board, which in turn incorporates Intel’s 4th Generation (Haswell) Core i7/i5/i3 processors, which potentially range up to 3GHz. The new Shoebox, Desktop, 2U rack mount, and fanless embedded computers all provide for triple displays, support legacy ISA and PCI expansion cards.
I am using an embedded board, a FOX G20 V with an ATMEL AT91SAM9G20 processor. I would like to know first of all, which specific linux version I am using on this board, but also, how to remove it. What commands do I type through the terminal to do so? Also, once that is done and the linux is removed, I would like to install a compatible compiler with the processor.
Portwell announced a computer-on-module along with a pair of single-board computers built around Intels new embedded-specific Atom E3800 (Bay Trail-I) system-on-chips. The three Linux-friendly boards include a Type 6 COM Express Compact COM, a Mini-ITX style embedded motherboard, and an SBC implemented in the rarely seen Nano-ITX form factor.
Portwell announced a & 3.5-inch& embedded system board based on the single-core Atom D410 or dual-core Atom D510. The PEB-2780VG2A supports dual displays (VGA and LVDS), IDE or SATA hard drives, and dual gigabit Ethernet ports, according to the company....