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* '''[http://linuxrobots.org/wiki/WikiNode Linux Robots Wiki]''' ''(offline as of 2014-10-26)'' robots that run Linux
 
* '''[http://linuxrobots.org/wiki/WikiNode Linux Robots Wiki]''' ''(offline as of 2014-10-26)'' robots that run Linux
 
* '''[http://www.balloonboard.org/WikiNode Ballonboard Wiki]''' - for the Balloon Project. They have developed a small single-board computer that can run Linux. Also discusses "The Balloon Open Hardware License (BOHL) ... The license is intended as a general purpose open hardware license".
 
* '''[http://www.balloonboard.org/WikiNode Ballonboard Wiki]''' - for the Balloon Project. They have developed a small single-board computer that can run Linux. Also discusses "The Balloon Open Hardware License (BOHL) ... The license is intended as a general purpose open hardware license".
* 2 Gumstix wiki: (Gumstix are [[motherboards that run Linux#Gumstix]]. Gumstix expansion board schematics and layouts open hardware -- published under a creative commons licence. )
 
 
* '''[http://wiki.gumstix.org/index.php?title=Main_Page Gumstix User Wiki]''' - "Gumstix users can share their knowledge, showcase their Gumstix-based projects, and pass on links to other sources of information and materials." ''needs wikinode''
 
* '''[http://wiki.gumstix.org/index.php?title=Main_Page Gumstix User Wiki]''' - "Gumstix users can share their knowledge, showcase their Gumstix-based projects, and pass on links to other sources of information and materials." ''needs wikinode''
** [http://docwiki.gumstix.org/ Gumstix DocsWiki]
 
 
* '''[http://virtualcogs.com/wiki/ Virtual Cogs Wiki]''' ''(offline as of 2008-11-10, [https://web.archive.org/web/20081110100543/http://www.virtualcogs.com/ Internet Archive capture])'' - describes a CPU board that uses a stacking connector system.
 
* '''[http://virtualcogs.com/wiki/ Virtual Cogs Wiki]''' ''(offline as of 2008-11-10, [https://web.archive.org/web/20081110100543/http://www.virtualcogs.com/ Internet Archive capture])'' - describes a CPU board that uses a stacking connector system.
 
* '''[http://wiki.emqbit.com/wiki emQbit Wiki]''' ''(offline as of 2011-07-29, [https://web.archive.org/web/20110721192428/http://wiki.emqbit.com/wiki Internet Archive capture])'' - "The Free ECB_AT91 V1 is a Single Board Computer made by emQbit. You can download the specs and build your own." based on a 180 MHz ARM9 processor (Atmel AT91RM9200); runs Linux.
 
* '''[http://wiki.emqbit.com/wiki emQbit Wiki]''' ''(offline as of 2011-07-29, [https://web.archive.org/web/20110721192428/http://wiki.emqbit.com/wiki Internet Archive capture])'' - "The Free ECB_AT91 V1 is a Single Board Computer made by emQbit. You can download the specs and build your own." based on a 180 MHz ARM9 processor (Atmel AT91RM9200); runs Linux.
* '''[https://code.google.com/p/beagleboard/ BeagleBoard Wiki]''' - The BeagleBoard runs Linux. The [http://elinux.org/Beagleboard:Main_Page embedded Linux wiki also discusses BeagleBoard].
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* '''[https://code.google.com/p/beagleboard/ BeagleBoard Wiki]''' - The BeagleBoard runs Linux.
 
* '''[http://arduino.cc/playground/ Arduino Playground]''' - discusses the Arduino board based on the Atmel AVR ATmega168. (See also the Atmel AVR wiki).
 
* '''[http://arduino.cc/playground/ Arduino Playground]''' - discusses the Arduino board based on the Atmel AVR ATmega168. (See also the Atmel AVR wiki).
 
* '''[http://wiki.elphel.com/ ElphelWiki]''' - discusses the free software and open hardware inside [[Elphel camera]]s. That hardware includes a FPGA that handles video processing and video compression, and a ETRAX FS processor that runs Linux.
 
* '''[http://wiki.elphel.com/ ElphelWiki]''' - discusses the free software and open hardware inside [[Elphel camera]]s. That hardware includes a FPGA that handles video processing and video compression, and a ETRAX FS processor that runs Linux.

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