Keystone Electronic Solutions announced that Guinnux – the company’s specially developed Linux-based operating system distribution – is now available as 64-bit ARM cores for true Linux enterprise embedded solutions. Guinnux …
Guinnux 5 offers a systematic approach to embedded Linux development with:Controlled release cycles.
A strong development environment.
Documented platform development.
Guinnux 5 uses the pacman package manager and offers over 30 000 packages.
The Guinnux 5 toolchain works out of the box and can be used to develop for Guinnux from any Linux based platform.
Guinnux 5 uses the Linux 4.4 kernel.
The Getting Started page provides details on how you can get started with Guinnux 5 using the configuration website.
The Guinnux Starter Kit
The Guinnux Starter kit serves as an easy entry point for the evaluation of the Guinnux run time and development environment.
The Guinnux starter kit consists of the following:
- ARM9-based development board
- 5V / 220V AC external power supply
- MicroSD card for use with the development board.
The Guinnux development board has several IO interfaces such as 2 x RS232 Serial interfaces, USB 1.1 Host and Device ports, 10/100MB LAN Interface and an IO expansion connector to provide access to all unused IO / Peripheral functionality on the board.