Ångström is a linux distribution for embedded devices (PDAs, phones, routers .etc). The Ångström community was started by a group of people who worked on the OpenEmbedded, OpenZaurus and OpenSimpad projects. We aim to create a stable, user friendly linux distribution for embedded devices.
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Ångström can run on all machines with a configuration file in OpenEmbedded.
The following devices are supported by Ångström (for a machine to have "supported" status, there must be mentors for it).
- Sharp Zaurus
- HP iPAQ hx4700
- Nokia 770 internet tablet
- HTC universal/ iMate jasjar
See also: Table of devices that can run linux
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OpenEmbedded, the build system used by Ångström
Setting the BuildEnvironment for Angstrom
CompilingYourOwnCode - a quick and easy way to get started with cross-compiling your own (or other people's) code for your chosen device; useful for prototyping and getting things working before going through the complicated hassle of integrating your own code into the OE/bitbake voodoo
AngstromAndQemu - testing Angstrom images with qemu.
OpieWithAngstrom - effort to revamp Opie (Opie 1.x) and lead it into Angstrom
AngstromKexecboot - A tiny initramfs with a GUI to interact with the user where to boot the rootfs from.
AngstromAltboot (booting Angstrom from a SD card)