On 29/01/2012 22:48, Miroslav Stimac wrote: >> Me too! >> Haiku would run light & fast on this micro PC (Linux can't boot on GUI >> mode, IMHO!)... a good test field to see if Haiku is good for embedded >> systems. >> >> Very interesting for my work (railways real time systems), too! >> >> So please go for it :-) >> >> Bye >> fano > > Sadly, I am an application developer and not a system developer, > so my knowledge regarding hardware related programming is very limited. > I think that first we need a port of Haiku to ARM. We already have one, although it's not very far yet. cf. https://www.haiku-os.org/blog/pfoetchen/2009-08-18/finally_haiku_arm_port_update > After that we need a driver for the GPU Broadcom VideoCore IV. Well you can always spend your time wisely by finding the specs of this chip and linux driver sources and studying them. > Or at least make sure that VESA works. It won't, it's x86-specific (actually it could possibly extend to some other arch that use an x86 emulator in their firmware like CFE). François.