Linux capable RISC-V SBC
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awesome ! What FPGA? Lattice cause its open? Or do you need Xilinx for performance.
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Ice40 is not going to cut it so I am thinking Xilinx 7 series to follow suit with Yosys. Maybe Artix but It might still be a squeeze. I want it to be affordable so it might have to run "Linux" instead of Linux.
Got some pointers to look at the Ariane implementation.
I think I remember seeing that they have it working on a Virtex 7 board with the core using around 19K LUTs.
@Charles Sanders You can get RISC-V silicon in microcontroller form with the FE310. Check out my project called LoFive. Though it doesn't have USB and might not have enough pins.
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Hey is this your channel?
I think I might have inadvertently named this project the same as one of your boards.
Probably should have Googled around a bit first. I can rename the project to avoid confusion.
And there we go ... now it is the Saluki Board
I liked the name tanukiboard, but saluki is good too, considering it is a beaglebone-esque form factor. Yes that is my channel. I was actually considering redesigning my board, as I ran into a few design issues involving the PIC used. I was hoping to find a chip made by a manufacturer with better business practices and a more open architecture. I like mips, but being a microchip product really made it undesirable.
I love your idea of using RISC-V, although it will be quite expensive, but perhaps some silicon rolling will occur hehe
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