Jupiter Nano

by Starcat

Tiny, high-performance computer that runs Linux or the NuttX real-time operating system

View all updates Aug 06, 2021

Open Source Info

by Adam

The Jupiter Nano campaign is fully funded (134% as of right now), and I promised to release the hardware design files and software as open source if that happened, so…here are those links!

The hardware design files are in KiCAD, so they are freely editable with fully open source tools. They are released under the CERN-OHL-S license. This is a strongly reciprocal license. See the CERN licenses page for more info.

The software tools are released under the MIT License, and include scripts and patches to build U-Boot, the Linux Kernel, and a Debian Stretch root filesystem. I’m going to upstream the U-Boot changes soon, and post better instructions, but I wanted to get the tools out there so people can use them now.

I’ll also publish the NuttX branch (on my fork) that includes files and drivers for Jupiter Nano, and send out an announcement about that when it happens. I’ll be upstreaming that soon too.

About the Author

Adam

adamfeuer  ·   Seattle, WA


$15,674 raised

of $3,250 goal

482% Funded! Order Below

Product Choices

$99

Jupiter Nano

High-performance SAMA5D27C-LD1G development board that runs Linux or NuttX


$13

microSD Card With Operating System

A 2 GB microSD card, pre-loaded with NuttX or Linux, ready to boot your Jupiter Nano


$19

Custom USB Cable for Port B

Native USB Port B Panel mount cable - Female USB Type-A to female IDC header connector


$7

Micro-USB Cable

A Micro-USB to USB Type-A cable chosen for the fit of its connector housing

Credits

Starcat

Electronics R&D company specializing in open source hardware and high performance biosignals acquisition equipment; creator of the HackEEG shield successfully launched on Crowd Supply in 2020


Adam Feuer

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