CM-X270 Linux

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This page contains links to information about Linux kernels, packages and software development for CM-X270 modules.

CompuLab Linux support for CM-X270 includes modifications of Linux kernel and example file system image based on Debian Linux. It is possible to use other embedded Linux distributions and environments. The CM-X270 platform is supported by Poky Linux and OpenEmbedded, and Ubuntu Frisky should work on CM-X270 but has not been tested yet.

News
  • 23-Nov-2008
Linux kernel 2.6.24 for CM-X270 updates
- Added Marvell proprietary driver for wireless LAN chip
- Fixed memory leak in libertas_spi
- Fixed leds default state
  • 26-Jun-2008
Released Linux kernel 2.6.24 for CM-X270
Updated Debian filesystem image:
- Upgrade to Debian Etch
- Added udev
- Added Bluetooth utilities
- Added APM utilities
  • 18-May-2008
Preliminary release of Linux kernel 2.6.24 for CM-X270 is available (source code only).
  • 24-Jan-2008
CM-X270 platform support is merged into mainline Linux kernel 2.6.24
  • 26-Dec-2007
Certain NAND flashes are sensitive to local bus activity. NAND flash driver updated to overcome this limitation.
  • 13-Jun-2007
Fixed RTC access routines.
  • 6-Feb-2007
Added pcibios_set_master for ARM platforms with ITE8152 bridge. This allows proper setting of latency timer for PCI bus masters behind the bridge.
  • 5-Feb-2007
Make default Debian file system image 512 Mbytes
  • 12-Oct-06
Added ability to specify wireless access point MAC address
Added MMC support
Serial tty assignment made compatible for CM-X270L and CM-X270W. From now, ttySA0 is default console on both CM-X270L and CM-X270W.
Fixed wireless LAN driver bug that caused incorrect transmission power setting
  • 15-Aug-06
Added BGW200 Wireless LAN support for CM-X270L
  • 15-May-06
Initial release of Linux 2.6.16:
- Power management support
- Added CardBus support
- Added 2700G frame buffer device driver
- Audio support upgraded to work with ALSA, added recording support
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