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Epic List of 40 Linux Small Board Computers

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LinuxGizmos.com has a great list of 40 small board computers that run Linux, like the Raspberry Pi, BeagleBone Black, and much more.  It’s nice to see all these boards collected into one list so you can compare their stats.  Although we love the Raspberry Pi and BeagleBone Black, there’s surely a board for everyone’s needs on this list.

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1 Comment

  1. I am not sure about the criteria used for selecting Linux SBC’s, but I wish that the Carambola 2 could have made the list.

    Sure, you may not be able to install plain Ubuntu on it, rather OpenWRT, but it’s still a nice and versatile little thing. I have only used it on the development board, mounted in the very nice and well designed enclosure, but I would think that is is worth mentioning.

    http://www.8devices.com/carambola-2

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