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  • RISC-V For Linux 5.8 Finishes Bringing Up The Kendryte K210, Adds KGDB Support

    Phoronix: RISC-V For Linux 5.8 Finishes Bringing Up The Kendryte K210, Adds KGDB Support

    The RISC-V architecture code in the Linux kernel continues seeing more improvements for running on real hardware and seeing other capabilities introduced...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...nges-Linux-5.8

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    A free instruction set is one thing, it will free the industry from ARM and its license cost, but free and reproduce-able(for someone being able to pay a fab) silicon is what this world needs. So the actual architecture being free, this would be a dream.
    A architecture were companies can work together improving.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Alexmitter View Post
      A free instruction set is one thing, it will free the industry from ARM and its license cost, but free and reproduce-able(for someone being able to pay a fab) silicon is what this world needs. So the actual architecture being free, this would be a dream.
      A architecture were companies can work together improving.
      Just keep in mind, design by committee is rarely a good thing

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      • #4
        Originally posted by boxie View Post
        Just keep in mind, design by committee is rarely a good thing
        Depends who is on the committee.

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        • #5
          Kendryte is a series of AI chips which focuses on IoT, and the 1st-gen is named K210; Presented by Canaan Inc.

          Are we sure that SOC/CPU for IoT from China with closed sources should be so supported?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Shtirlic View Post
            Kendryte is a series of AI chips which focuses on IoT, and the 1st-gen is named K210; Presented by Canaan Inc.

            Are we sure that SOC/CPU for IoT from China with closed sources should be so supported?
            https://www.engadget.com/2016-08-21-...co-spying.html

            you are being spied by usa, with proofs, and you are still concerned about china not delivering open source hardware.

            maybe you should wake up from your current mind state.

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