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    Post by admin on Thu Jul 21, 2011 2:00 pm

    pirat Arrrr Me'Hartyies! pirat

    I want to build an OS which is compatible with as many OMAP devices as possible.
    I need some help...

    I'm no developer.. I'm a tinkerer!

    What I'm after is:
    Comparability with;
    OMAP 3, OMAP 4 (and maybe 2's)

    One Kernel to fit all chips.
    Overclocking ability (user's risk if the OC!)
    I can build the kernel, I'm having troubles with the multi chip ability. This is manageable.

    Angstrom OS
    Command Line Only

    No major hardware support. Just simple.


    sudo - make me a sandwich

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