- FreeIO (http://www.freeio.org/)
FreeIO (Free Hardware
Resources for the Free Software Community) is an effort to develop
and distribute hardware schematics and designs under the terms of the
GNU GPL. The web site already hosts a number of hardware designs
along with the relevant Linux drivers.
- LART (http://www.lart.tudelft.nl/)
This project's goal is to develop a StrongARM-based
embedded board that runs Linux. The board schematics and lots of
extension modules and software are available from the
project's web site.
- MyLinux (http://www.azpower.com/mylinux/)
This project aims to develop a SuperH-based PDA-like embedded system
that runs Linux. The project's details along with
pictures are available from the project's web site.
- Opencores.ORG (http://www.opencores.org/)
A collection of projects that develop Intellectual Property (IP)
cores and distribute them under the terms of the GNU GPL. Quite a few
building blocks are already available.
- Simputer (http://www.simputer.org/)
An effort to develop an inexpensive reference hardware platform that
- TuxScreen (http://www.tuxscreen.net/)
Originally a Philips product, TuxScreen is a StrongARM-based platform
that includes a phone set, a screen, and a full keyboard. Though no
more units are available for purchase, the site includes schematics
that may be useful to other projects.
- uClinux boards (http://www.uclinux.org/)
One of the first hardware projects specifically aimed at building an
embedded system capable of running Linux. The MMU-less port of Linux
originates from this