Re: What is the minimum arm processor architecture for reliably running Linux?

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Craig Cervo wrote:
> Can anyone share their real world experience?

I'm a big fan of the SAM9 chips right now.  They're reasonably fast
(integer-only machines), inexpensive, and have a ton of useful peripherals.

But at the moment, the APIs within Linux to do motor control are a bit limited.
 So either (a) you're going to have to write some code, or (b) you'll still have
to hand-off the motor control stuff to a subordinate processor connected via,
say, SPI or I2C.


b.g.
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Bill Gatliff
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