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Re: Shopping for low-power ARM firewall SBC
Anders Lindgren wrote:
I am looking for a low-power, preferrably-pc104-form-factor (or
thereabouts) dual ethernet SBC type of ARM board with a CF slot for
building a custom NetBSD firewall thingy.
I've since released the source of that binary-blob SD driver. The guts
of the SD access are abstracted in a OS-independent sdcore2.c API with
api calls sdreset(), sdread(), and sdwrite().
like a great match (although I am not sure it will run NetBSD out of
the box; the CPU looks like it's supported, and it comes with RedBoot)
but it turned out to be prohibitively expensive in single units.
I've also been looking at
which really has more features than I need, but a more attractive
price. However, it doesn't have CF unless you buy a pc104 addon
separately, but then the form factors differ. It only does SD, and I'm
not sure it's even possible to support it in NetBSD (it ships as a
blob driver in Lignux IIUC).
I did successfully write a SD card driver using this source back in 2006
(before we released sdcore2.c openly) on a TS-7260, but I've since lost
I really do wish we had better NetBSD support for all our boards.
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