>>>>> "MK" == Mark Kilmartin <mrk at renre-europe.com> writes:
MK> How long do you think it will be until Linux is running on one of these
MK> It is an open source chip being developed for the European Space Agency.
MK> It appears to be SPARC compatable.
MK> It is hoped to run at 100MHz but there is no actual hardware yet.
Well, taking the last two facts, and assuming they don't use some kind
of crazy new peripheral bus in the boards, I would imagine that
Leenoox would be up and running in no time flat.
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