[Freedombox-discuss] Usable, affordable, oswh hardware with up-to-date kernel support?

Sunil Mohan Adapa sunil at medhas.org
Thu Feb 5 14:40:17 UTC 2015

On Thursday 05 February 2015 07:19 PM, Pieter van der Eems wrote:
> The only board that are oshw complaint on that list are the OLinuXino
> boards and the Radxa Rocks. They also supply direct ethernet and sata.
> So far so good. Here comes the problem though, non of these sbc's has
> an up-to-date kernel, 3.4 is the best these things can do.
> Are there any oshw compliant affordable boards in development that
> will have kernel support?

BeagleBone is also OSHW.  FreedomBox image for BeagleBone is using the
latest Sid kernel.  Most of the FreedomBox functions are working
although I don't know if all of the hardware components are working.

I just bought a Radxa Rock with the hope for building FB images for it
and using it as my production FB setup.  It does seems to have the
needed hardware working in the mainline kernel[1].

1) http://radxa.com/Rock/Linux_Mainline


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