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3/19/2014 09:00 AM EDT
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betajet
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Re: How does it compare to a BeagleBoard?
betajet   3/19/2014 4:04:52 PM
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Here's a good table comparing BBB with RasPi and some other boards: element14 link.  You'll need to scroll down a bit.

RIoTboard is similar to the i.MX6Q SABRE Lite except that RIoTboard has an i.MX6 Solo and does not connect PCIe.  There's a link to the RIoTboard near the top of the page.

BBB supports many versions of GNU/Linux along with some others -- see the table.  The default release is switching from Ångström to Debian.

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How does it compare to a BeagleBoard?
DrFPGA   3/19/2014 3:34:53 PM
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Anyone want to do a comparison to the BeagleBone Black? I forget what OS support is available for the BBB. Is that the main difference/

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Caleb Kraft   3/19/2014 1:23:31 PM
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I can't wait to see what people are going to build with this IOT board. The price point is a tiny bit steep for tinkerers, but the idea is interesting.

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