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http://www.globalscaletechnologies.com/p...-plug.aspx

looks like a linux version might run, don't know much about this stuff, but this looks like a nice lowcost solution to stop me from moving my desktop from my desk to the tv everytime to watch a movie.
"Marvell PXA510 SoC with a CPU that is ARMv7 ISA compatible"

http://forum.xbmc.org/showthread.php?tid=40236
It already runs linux. I don't see why you shouldn't be able to at least compile.

I didn't see any mention of Marvell SoC on that link.

This is probably a more informative link: http://forum.xbmc.org/showthread.php?tid...hlight=ARM
Eh, still a no-at-the-moment isn't it.
nothing on this yet? it even has CEC built it
Craigzyc Wrote:nothing on this yet? it even has CEC built it

It says it has a connector with CEC (technically every connector has CEC, as its Pin 13) but I see no drivers or documentation on how to access the bus. So unless they magic that up, its useless
Totally possible, but it will take a lot of work. The GeeXboX.org guys got XBMC running on some linux ARM systems. Maybe they'll give it a shot if you ask them. Right now Team-XBMC's devs are pretty busy with Eden and other projects, so I wouldn't expect another official ARM port right away.