eQ branches out to France, ARM LinuxBy Chris Williams. Published: 23rd Jul 2003, 18:40:08 | Permalink | Printable
BoneQFrance today announced to drobe.co.uk the availability of their ARM7500FE powered and StrongARM powered motherboards. Both boards run GNU/Linux with Debian and are also available as complete desktop machines. eQFrance are also working on some forthcoming ARM based computers, eQ's David Feugey told us.
The StrongARM board features a 300MHz StrongARM processor with USB and PCI ports. eQ are probably best known to RISC OS users as the group that produced the initial SDL port and an rdesktop client.
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