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Embeded Linux board update

Posted on Thursday, July 21st, 2011 in Linux, PCBs, Status update by Ian

sqkybeaver took over the embedded Linux board routing and released an updated PCB. Here’s the wiki for this project.

Via the forum.

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6 Responses to “Embeded Linux board update”

  1. vimark says:

    I salute you sqkybeaver!

  2. Drone says:

    The link in the post takes you a “Web Platform v2” thread on which there’s no mention of a Linux Board. The Board Index shows no Embedded Linux board. A search of the site turns up nothing. The Forum post on this subject is not linked. So I try to go to the forums, but there’s no link anywhere on the page (but rest assured there are plenty of links to twitter and facebook though). A search of the site turns up only today’s post. Dead end…

  3. It’s linked in the article (http://dangerousprototypes.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=24&t=935&view=unread#p24732). Also, there’s this big shiny Forum button at the top of the page ;)

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