Small ARM board running capable of running Linux

There is a growing movement to use one of the wireless routers (like a linksys wrt5x?) which is an arm based Linux with a wireless capability
built in. There are also hardware hacks to add serial ports on the web ... and other mods available. This for about $40USD, with power wart, enclosure, antenna and all that ... google is your friend ...
Cheers, Rob.
On Wed, 14 Sep 2005, it was written:

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CM-X255 or CM-X270W from Compulab, starting around $50 ? Cf www.compulab.co.il
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Do they run Linux?
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Yes, but that $50 is a bogus price, it's a few thousand dollars to get set up and the $50 is only for a mini module that requires a baseboard to get any actual functionality.
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A little correction : they are effectively starting arount $50 in volume orders (1K), see their prices on their web site. These kind of modules are COM, meaninf effectively that they are designed to be fitted, like a component, on your application PCB. So yes a baseboard is needed, but it could be either a standard one (PC104 or ATX, around $30-$40), or your own application PCB.
Friendly, Robert
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Robert Lacoste wrote:

($50+$40) x 1000 = $90,000. That should be enough to build any custom board you want. We can even throw in 10,000 spare PCBs.

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Don Gravos wrote:

Not strictly ARM, but take a look at http://www.linuxdevices.com/articles/AT2614444132.html
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Check out the ARM boards from Embest at
http://www.armkits.com/Product/productmain.asp
Hope this helps.
-- Dennis
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