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One of the reasons forcing us to speed up the planned activities, is linked to the availability of the Slimbook model Eclipse that will not last forever ... read more...

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Debian 10 - Updated installation images for Debian Ports 2019-11-22 from our new forum

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news from the team / ArcticFox 27.9.18 - Debian package (ppc32)
« on: January 06, 2020, 09:48:37 PM »
ArcticFox 27.9.18 - Debian package (ppc32) vread more from our new forum

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news from the team / PCB for a Happy New Year!
« on: December 23, 2019, 10:32:43 PM »
Orcad Source Schematics Published

At the end of August of 2019 we published the first version of the schematics in pdf format. Then, in October we uploaded the second version and after that the 13th of November we released the Orcad source, accomplishing what we promised.
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news from the team / Our Open Hardware culture around the cities – videos
« on: December 23, 2019, 10:31:05 PM »
Video of the Presentation at Vicenza Linux User Group  – Vicenza – Italy – 26th November 2019
Presented by Roberto Innocenti  from Power Progress Community ( our assocation) and Enrico Vidale from Acube Systems
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news from the team / European Presentations – Autumn 2019
« on: December 23, 2019, 10:28:50 PM »
Guillermo is updating about our project on 25h October 2019 at GNU/Linux Valencia Group

For the second time we were giving a talk to the GNU/Linux Valencia Group, a local Linux group located in the city of Valencia, Spain, which is doing a great job promoting Linux and open source in general. Guillermo gave a brief explanation of the project from the[...]

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news from the team / The PCB design Donation Campaign has started!
« on: December 23, 2019, 10:24:31 PM »
This long awaited campaign finally begins!

Few days ago we announced that Slimbook will provide the enclosure we need for our Open Hardware PowerPC notebook. In addition to that, we have published in our repository the pdf containing the new version of the schematics. Further updates will

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news from the team / Slimbook to provide the notebook chassis
« on: October 11, 2019, 11:27:43 PM »
One of the main points when you are designing a laptop is the relationship between the motherboard and the enclosure. It is not a good idea to design the motherboard if you don’t have the chassis. At the same time, the enclosure has to take into account how the motherboard will be.

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Could you describe exactly what you are referring to?  :)
Thanks
If you can say, will there be any options to move ports around with daughter boards, or the like?

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news from the team / C-Media supports our Open Source PowerPC design
« on: August 06, 2019, 12:27:20 AM »
We announce the cooperation with C-Media. Who is C-Media? C-Media is a global leading audio IC/software solution provider.

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General Discussion / Re: Mailing List News 2019
« on: July 16, 2019, 11:11:59 PM »
Hi Raffaele,
in fact this forum is not used internally by our Core Team, so is a desert  :D
For all the people active in the project is a quite intensive period, with many meetings and decisions made,
in a day we will publish an update.

Roberto


Latest News on Mailing List are of April 2019.

I read on Mailing List Schematics are bouncing between the Development Team and A-Cube.

How it is situation as of June 2019?

I mean how much design changes are about to be made? How many bugs you found?

I read you have issues about che chassis form factor..

At this point IMHO it is better to follow the idea of the user who suggested to create a printed 3D laptop chassis. The line manifacture could be made later in industrial facilities.

It is time to made decisions. I spotted the Forum is deserted. Interest will decline if there are no good news.

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This is our first successful attempt to setup a T2080rdb with a video card.
The RadeonHD 5450 is attached to the onboard PCI Express Gen3 4x connector using a 16x cable adapter.

We are using this board as it uses the same CPU (NXP T2080) as the one selected for our Open Hardware laptop project

You may find more infos about the board here...

https://www.powerpc-notebook.org/2018/07/nxp-dev-board-t2080-e6500-with-debian-sid-ppc64-and-radeonhd/

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news from the team / Phase One donation campaign Goal Reached!
« on: June 22, 2018, 04:40:39 PM »
It’s with joy that the Power Progress Community proudly announce the complete funding of the Hardware Research and Design phase for the Electrical Schematics. This phase has achieved the identification and design of all aspects of the motherboard reducing uncertainties related to the hardware specifications and, consequently, the production costs.

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news from the team / Outstanding projects for PowerPC 64 big endian
« on: June 22, 2018, 04:36:12 PM »
JdLL 2018

As you probably know, we were attending the JDLL meeting (Journées du Logiciel Libre, The days of the open software, https://www.jdll.org/) and we promised to give an update about our participation. This time, our attendees were Phillipe Ferrucci and Fadi Osman. They gave a speech introducing our project and explained all the details. Using Fadi’s own words:

“It was a pleasure meeting Philippe! We also saw the OpenSUSE guys and other people one of which is the inventor of the magnetic stripe. Very impressive!

The Haiku people were very nice and helped us!”

During the speech about twenty to thirty  people were attending. We were asked the usual questions: Why have you chosen PowerPC?  Is PowerPC really open source? …

Encourage the continued support of PPC64

Continuing our Yocto Project research


Adelie / Alpine PowerPC distro

Compiling PowerPC64 Debian packages on IBM Power8 instance at the Oregon University

Power Progress Community Debian repository



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Is a good practice to translate categories you need to go to posts->categories and select the "english" languages, then as for the pages and posts;
you have the sign plus (+) on the flag language choosed to add the translation starting from an existing page.
If you want to modify an existing translation you have the pencil icon.
If you want to view only translation in <your language> you need to select on top menu only <your language>.

The same we can do with tags posts->tags

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