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28 Jun, 2012 10:42 PM
"MK802" and "cotton candy" also have ARM CPU.My predictions is
that more of these ARM devices will hit the marked in the coming
years. Will this make it more likely that we´ll see an ARM
version of geekbench? MK802 is about 70-83 $ and Cotton Candy is
priced around 199$ , not as cheap as Raspberry pi. ;-)
2 Posted by John on 05 Oct, 2012 07:07 AM
While there's an explosion of interest in Linux/ARM we're still
concerned the market for Geekbench isn't big enough to warrant an
investment in porting Geekbench to Linux/ARM at this time.
3 Posted by John on 20 Mar, 2013 07:29 AM
I've posted a build of Geekbench for Linux/ARM which you can
download from the following location:
Please let me know if you have any feedback regarding the
4 Posted by manimac on 20 Apr, 2013 04:05 PM
Tested Geekbench-2.4.2-LinuxARM on a Raspberry Pi with linux,
here are the results:
5 Posted by John on 23 Apr, 2013 04:58 AM
Great! I'm glad Geekbench for Linux/ARM worked for you.
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