Resources for “How to Port Linux When the Hardware Turns Soft”

Linux Kernel Sources:

Kernel Newbies:

E12/E14 Information:

Linux PPC Embedded Mailing List:

LKML and Other Lists:

BYU ml403 Linux 2.4:

Other Embedded Linux Links:



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Linux 2.6 on the ML-403 (Xilinx Virtex-4 FX12)

Jeff Gibbons's picture

Just shameless plug for Grant Likely who was mentioned in this Linux Journal article.
He was/is a subcontractor on several of our clients FPGA based PPC computing projects and contributes to the PPC linux source tree.
A great guy and we recommend him highly.

AppSpec Computer Technologies provides training, project jump-starts, and development partnerships for deeply embedded products in particular Xilinx FGPA/Linux devices.

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