Toradex have announced the version V1.1 production release of the Colibri T20 Linux BSP for our Colibri T20 NVIDIA Tegra 2-based ARM computer on module family.
Online PR News – 07-November-2012 – Horw, Switzerland – Toradex have announced the version V1.1 production release of the Colibri T20 Linux BSP for our Colibri T20 NVIDIA Tegra 2-based ARM computer on module family.
“No issues were found during internal testing or reported by customers with version V1.1 Beta 2. The production release V1.1 is therefore a simple rename of the V1.1 Beta 2 release.” Said a Toradex spokesperson.
You can download this version from the Toradex product download server http://developer.toradex.com/files/toradex-dev/uploads/media/Colibri/Linux/Images/ .
U-Boot and Linux kernel sources are available at http://gitorious.org/colibri-t20-embedded-linux-bsp
and OpenEmbedded metadata is available at http://developer.toradex.com/files/toradex-dev/uploads/media/Colibri/Linux/OpenEmbedded/
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