Senior Fedora OS position open
graham.whaley at gmail.com
Wed Apr 2 14:53:15 UTC 2014
The Ubiquiti boards are some of the cheapest bang-per-buck right now,
but don't really have local storage (there is some NAND, and they do
have USB) - so network boot and NFS to start with (or the hassle of
USB dongle for development). They released some new ones a week or two
back I believe which clock higher (800MHz and 1GHz dual-core
OcteonII's) and have more ram (2Gbyte DDR3).
The little ones are cheap ($99 - dual 64bit 500MHz OcteonPlus core,
512Mb DDR), and the bigger ones not silly money (they are quite new,
so I'm not seeing prices on a quick search - but a few hundred $ I
Then there are the Loongson machines. I would recommend going with
the 3A machines if you were going to invest, but I do actually have a
3A rack mount server sat here waiting to do Fedora work (quad 64bit
core 1GHz, SATA sw raid twin disk and 8Gbyte DDR3).
The 3A laptops are more expensive. The 2F and 2E based machines are
probably too old now (but could still be useful in the interim).
pm me - I can probably work something out (that offer is open to
anybody who wants to do some MIPS stuff btw)
On 2 April 2014 15:32, Jon <jdisnard at gmail.com> wrote:
> I've been interested to revive the fedora-mips project myself, mostly
> to get Fedora usable on my home firewall/router.
> Very excited to see Imagination get involved!
> Do you have any recommendations for cheap MIPS dev boards? 
> I've been eyeing the Ubiquity board.
>  http://www.imgtec.com/mips/developers/development-platforms.asp
> On Wed, Apr 2, 2014 at 5:48 AM, Graham Whaley <graham.whaley at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Imagination/MIPS is hiring Fedora engineers. Please see:
>> for details, and feel free to pm me if you have any questions.
>> All applications have to go via the website.
>> The role presently says location 'Leeds,UK', but should say
>> 'worldwide', and will be fixed.
>> Imagination has 22 offices across the globe, and the present
>> kernel/distro group is spread across 4 continents.
>> Graham Whaley
>> Software Engineering Manager, MIPS platforms
>> Imagination Technologies
>> graham.whaley at imgtec.com
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