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|The LeapFrog Pollux Platform is the hardware three of their devices are based on. The [[Didj|Didj]], [[Leapster_Explorer| Explorer]], and [[Leappad_Explorer| Leappad]] all based around the Pollux System on a Chip (SoC), along with some generic hardware functionality. This makes them all rather compatible with each other.
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The LeapFrog Pollux Platform is the hardware three of their devices are based on. The [[Didj|Didj]], [[Leapster_Explorer| Explorer]], and [[Leappad_Explorer| Leappad]] all based around the Pollux System on a Chip (SoC), along with some generic hardware functionality. This makes them all rather compatible with each other.
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[[image:Leapfrog_Pollux_Platform.png|right|350px|thumb|LeapFrog Pollux Platform family of devices.]]
  
 
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== Device Pages ==
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These are the pages dealing with the specific details of the different LeapFrog devices built around this platform.
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[[Didj|LeapFrog Didj]]
 
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== Getting Started ==
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Getting console access and setting up your build environment are some of the first steps to creating a Linux system on this platform based on your needs.
  
 
Console Access
 
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==Technical Details==
 
==Technical Details==
  
 
[[Pollux|Pollux SoC]]
 
[[Pollux|Pollux SoC]]

Revision as of 15:28, 3 July 2011

Description

The LeapFrog Pollux Platform is the hardware three of their devices are based on. The Didj, Explorer, and Leappad all based around the Pollux System on a Chip (SoC), along with some generic hardware functionality. This makes them all rather compatible with each other.

LeapFrog Pollux Platform family of devices.

Device Pages

These are the pages dealing with the specific details of the different LeapFrog devices built around this platform.

LeapFrog Didj

LeapFrog Explorer

LeapFrog Leappad



Getting Started

Getting console access and setting up your build environment are some of the first steps to creating a Linux system on this platform based on your needs.

Console Access

Source Code

ToolChains

Technical Details

Pollux SoC