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Are the missing applications available for ARMLinux, or is it a purely processor related problem?

Surely, most server applications in the review would work on an ARM as well as on the x86 processor. I imagine codecs and so on would be another kettle of fish.

Does anyone have Linux running on an A9, how does it measure up?

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