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* [ TimeSys] Linux - see [ TimeSys Linux]
* [ TimeSys] Linux - see [ TimeSys Linux]
* [ Lineo Solutions] uLinux - see [ uLinux]
* [ Lineo Solutions] uLinux - see [ uLinux]
=== Platforms ===
* [[Android]]
* Moblin
* OpenMoko
* Maemo
* Access Linux Platform
=== Other distros ===
=== Other distros ===

Revision as of 02:18, 7 April 2009

Consumer Devices

  • Information about running Linux on devices that are or have been available to the general public. This includes both officially supported devices and project devices (or devices that unofficially run Linux).

Project Devices

Supported Devices

Development Boards and Tools

  • Information about development boards for embedded Linux








i386 and compatible


  • Portable cluster hardware and related technologies for parallel computer tutorials, demonstrations, research.

Here is a list of original projects.

Embedded Linux Distributions

  • Information about embedded Linux distributions. This also includes configuration and build systems.

Vendor distros


  • Android
  • Moblin
  • OpenMoko
  • Maemo
  • Access Linux Platform
  • LIMO

Other distros

Configuration and Build systems

  • Open Embedded - System for building full embedded images from scratch. See
  • Qplus Target Builder - Target image builder from ETRI
  • LTIB - Linux Target Image Builder (by Stuart Hughes of FreeScale) - see ltib
  • Eagle Linux - eaglelinux
    • An embedded Linux distribution aimed at helping users learn Linux by creating bootable Linux images "virtually from scratch". Eagle Linux 2.3 is currently distributed as a concise, 26-page PDF documenting the creation of a minimalist, network-ready Linux image for bootable CDs, floppies, or flash drives. See description at: Description

Hardware Tools and Information