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For Castle, the Marvell Kirkwood platform would make a lot more sense. There is ready-made hardware available like the OpenRD platform (rd-client and rd-base), which has the added advantage of being based on ARMv5 instead of being a Cortex platform with its issue regarding non-aligned memory access.

And after all, 1.2 GHz is a lot better than 0.8 GHz ;-)

 is a RISC OS Userhubersn on 31/8/09 11:50AM
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