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AuthorTopic: ZZ9000 Amiga Graphic Card with built in Dual 666MHz ARM Cortex A9 coprocessors  (Read 1970 times)

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Offline trixster

Looks interesting but info seems to have dried up and RFIs seem to be getting ignored.
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Offline Erol

there progress, mnt post updates on twitter.. the card is still in development :)

Offline NinjaCyborg

This is the future of Amigas if done right. Run Linux on one ARM core. Run Super AGA on the FPGA Vampire style. All that's missing is an updated 'Janus' software that basically lets you run your Amiga as a front end for a modern embedded linux system, with support for running things like Firefox and Open Office in a x11 window.

Offline Bennymee


Linux, where do you read about Linux running on this board ?  I read that there is a SDK for running ARM code on the Amiga using the ARM on the ZZ9000.
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Offline NinjaCyborg

I didn't. I'm talking in general. Running Linux on a plugin ARM board or slaved rPi basically to give the Amiga access to modern software, wrapped in an Amiga like UI.