364: Linux Arm Wrestling
28 July 2020
The past, present and future of Linux on Arm. The major challenges still facing full Linux support, and why ServerReady might be a solution to unify Arm systems.
- Say hello to the Linux Terminal 2.0 for Chrome OS
- Change in manjaro team composition - Manjaro Linux Forum
- Phil’s version of the story
- Notebook for Package Building · Expense #22477 - Open Collective
- Know when we’re going to be live. Check out the calendar!
- LUP LUG Mumble Server Info
- Fullscreen JB IRC Chat - bit.ly/jupiterchat
- Intel’s 7nm is busted, chips delayed, may have to use rival foundries to get GPUs out for US govt exascale super • The Register
- Intel Restructuring: Murthy Leaves, Ann Kelleher Takes Over 7nm And 5nm Development
- [Arash Massoudi on Twitter: “Huge tech deal: Japan’s SoftBank to buy UK’s ARM Holdings for $32.4bn tomorrow"](https://twitter.com/ArashMassoudi/status/754847666157285376 “Arash Massoudi on Twitter: “Huge tech deal: Japan’s SoftBank to buy UK’s ARM Holdings for $32.4bn tomorrow”")
- Hermann Hauser on Twitter: “ARM is the proudest achievement of my life. The proposed sale to SoftBank is a sad day for me and for technology in Britain.” /
- Brit chip biz ARM legs it to Softbank for $32bn • The Register
- Some facts about the Acorn RISC Machine - Google Groups
- Linux Devs had Arm builds are early as spring of 1994.
- Arch Linux ARM first released March 11, 2002
- Raspberry Pi - Single-board computers developed in the United Kingdom by the Raspberry Pi Foundation. Mainly using Broadcom SoCs
- Pine64 - initially Pine Microsystems, founded by TL Lim, the inventor of the PopBox and Popcorn Hour series of media players. Mainly using RockChip SoCs
- Beaglebone - a low-power open-source single-board computer produced by Texas Instruments in association with Digi-Key and element14. Using Texas Instruments SoCs
- Odroid - a series of single-board computers and tablet computers created by Hardkernel, located in South Korea. Mainly using Amlogic SoCs
- Orange Pi - an open source single board computer, based on Raspberry Pi but generally lower in price and manufactured by Shenzhen Xunlong Software. Mainly using Allwinner based SoCs
- Banana Pi - a line of low-cost credit card-sized single-board computers produced by the Chinese company Shenzhen SINOVOIP Co., Ltd. Using various SoCs including Realtek, Mediatek, Allwinner, etc
- NanoPi - a single board computer computer company based out of GuangDong, China. Mainly shipping with Samsung, Allwinner, and RockChip SoCs
- PINEBOOK Pro | PINE64
- Dual-display version of RK3399-based Rock Pi 4 starts at $59
- This is what HoneyComb LX2K 16-core Arm Workstation Looks Like (Video)
- Kobol Helios64 - Will your next NAS be ARM powered?
- Ubports - Linux on your phone!
- Amazon’s Graviton - 40% better price performance over comparable current generation x86-based instances
- YouTube: Making Pi ServerReady - Time for cheap Arm Infrastructure be Standards-Compliant — Even if you don’t care about IoT, getting this class of devices to be standards-compliant will provide developers, tech evangelists and early adopters with $50-$100 ServerReady platforms, solving a real headache today around pricing/availability of systems in the market.
- Server systems – Arm Developer
- Arm announces ServerReady compliance program - Processors blog - Processors - Arm Community
- Raspberry Pi 4 Strides Towards ServerReady Status via SBBR-Compliant UEFI Firmware Effort - Hackster.io
- s-tui - Stress-Terminal UI, monitors CPU temperature, frequency, power and utilization with built in stress testing options
- Tuptime – A CLI Utility To Find Linux System Uptime