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The EVMS Project uses a layered, plug-in model to provide unparalleled flexibility and extensibility in managing storage. This allows for easy expansion or customization of various levels of volume management.
EVM is a 32-bit virtual machine designed for easy implementation. It supports bounds checking, real-time linking and JIT compilation on x86 architecture. No platform-specific calls or byte order dependencies. Comes with an optimizing C compiler.
evmonbeagle makes it easy for Beagle Board owners to get up and running with WinCE 6 R2. TI offers a free WinCE BSP for their EVM OMAP35xx evaluation board. This project focuses on adaptions required to make this BSP run on the BeagleBoard, and potentially the Gumstix Overo.
open source porting to omap3 customerized board 1. x-loader support for different omap3 board, such as evm, beagle, logicpd, sdp etc NOTES: for all beagleboard download, please refer to: [[http://code.google.com/p/beagleboard/downloads/list]] 2. u-boot based on omap3 board 3. linux kernel for omap3 4. filesystem & porting application for omap 5. boot utilities such as uart boot, usb boot, sd/mmc format etc 6. wince bsp support for omap board
S3C4510 / S3C4530 evaluation board Schematics/topology/Bill of materials of a evaluation board based on the communication controller S3C4510/S3C4530. Hardware tests for this board (standalone programm, command line, MIT). uClinux patches (ucLinux, GPL).
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