[Cake] [Bloat] New board that looks interesting

Dave Taht dave.taht at gmail.com
Sat Apr 4 12:10:06 EDT 2020

Historically I've found the "Celeron" chips rather weak, but it's just
a brand. I haven't the foggiest idea how well this variant will

The intel ethernet chips are best of breed in linux, however. It's
been my hope that the 211 variant with the timed networking support
would show up in the field (sch_etx) so we could fiddle with that,
(the apu2s aren't using that version) but I cannot for the life of me
remember the right keywords to look it up at the moment. this feature
lets you program when a packet emerges from the driver and is sort of
a whole new ballgame when it comes to scheduling - there hasn't been
an aqm designed for it, and you can do fq by playing tricks with the
sent timestamp.

All the other features look rather nice on this board.

On Sat, Apr 4, 2020 at 7:47 AM David P. Reed <dpreed at deepplum.com> wrote:
> Thanks! I ordered one just now. In my experience, this company does rather neat stuff. Their XMOS based microphone array (ReSpeaker) is really useful. What's the state of play in Linux/OpenWRT for Intel 9560 capabilities regarding AQM?
> On Saturday, April 4, 2020 12:12am, "Aaron Wood" <woody77 at gmail.com> said:
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> > https://www.seeedstudio.com/ODYSSEY-X86J4105800-p-4445.html
> >
> > quad-core Celeron J4105 1.5-2.5 GHz x64
> > 8GB Ram
> > 2x i211t intel ethernet controllers
> > intel 9560 802.11ac (wave2) wifi/bluetooth chipset
> > intel built-in graphics
> > onboard ARM Cortex-M0 and RPi & Arduino headers
> > m.2 and PCIe adapters
> > <$200
> >
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