I’m posting here a running (base) version of ubuntu 12.10 armhf (V1), kernel 3.0.42+. Quick, Working and not so Dirty EDITION. Easy to install on the NAND and ready to be tuned. I added an easy configurator in it (explain at the end of the post). Xorg stuff integrated. The kernel is the one i
Mele: Ubuntu 12.10 armhf base with nand install (v0)
DEPRECATED VERSION – NEW VERSION HERE I’m posting here a running (base) version of ubuntu 12.10 armhf, kernel 3.0.42+. Quick, Working and (really) Dirty EDITION. Easy to install on the NAND and ready to be tuned. I’m stopping before the Xorg stuff because i don’t want to play with it. I’m kind of allergic to
a10linux.org multi uboot backup
After the epic Guiness deletion of a10linux github (documented on rhombus forum), here is a backup of the multi-uboot (not SPL) working on a10 platform (at least mele a2000): uboot-multi-allwinner.tgz
A10 cluster mele a2000
References: http://armservers.com/2012/06/18/apache-benchmarks-for-calxedas-5-watt-web-server/ http://www.theregister.co.uk/2012/07/09/boston_viridis_arm_server/ The Viridis arm server is $50K. The goal is simple, “create a low cost arm cluster able to serve the maximum http requests”: low power consumption full redundancy (not a single SPOF) space efficiency minimal cost remote power reboot The first cluster (i will make two for a start) have 16 nodes.