Porting to arm cortex-a8

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  • #42459

    toniu
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    Hello,

    is it possible to port zeroshell to arm (cortex-a8)?

    I would like to use angstrom and install all necessary software from
    http://www.zeroshell.net/eng/license/ and add special zeroshell config and programms.

    Where can i find more informations on this topic?

    Thanks

    #50530

    toniu
    Member

    I think i have to recompile everything in toolchain or on target plattform. Is there a script or reciepe availabler?

    #50531

    ppalias
    Member

    You should ask Fulvio about this issue, as he is the creator of ZS. He may be busy nowdays prepairing a new release, so give him some time to answer back.

    #50532

    Mezo
    Member

    Hi,

    I know this is very old thread having not found any thing [ may have missed – if yes please point me to thread. Thanks ] I am posting to existing thread in hope of attracting some one.

    Is there any existing port of ZS to ARM ? Any effort or tips. With a lot of cheap SOC based upon ARM getting available, a port of ZS will solve lots of problem for home user / small business user at a fraction of cost [ under US$75.00 ].

    Will appreciate any tip / feedback / comments ?

    Mezo.

    #50533

    Simsa
    Member

    I’m also highly interested in a arm-compatible Version of ZS.
    I’d like to use it on a raspberry pi for a small guest wifi.

    Simsa

    #50534

    akis
    Member

    I am also very interesting on using ZS on raspberry pi.
    Is there any update on this?

    #50535

    nickc
    Member

    I too would love to see an ARM port for Zeroshell on Raspberry Pi

    #50536

    frozensteam
    Member

    Agree, looking for Raspberry Pi port for ZS. Would be great

    Thanks

    #50537

    sofiabovino
    Member

    With a lot of cheap SOC based upon ARM getting available

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