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Embedded Linux for Marvell Processors

embedded Linux for Marvell processors and development boards

Timesys provides robust embedded Linux platforms for Marvell processors and associated development kits.

With a LinuxLink account, you will be able to:

  • Quickly assemble and boot an initial embedded Linux image on your Marvell development board.
  • Patch/configure/rebuild/update on your desktop with a properly installed and configured development environment.
  • Debug/profile/tune with common open source development tools, including required kernel patches and development libraries/utilities.
  • Obtain help on common development tasks with technical assistance and a rich library of Timesys-authored “How To” documentation.

If you’re looking for a framework to help you get your Marvell development board up and running quickly with an open-source embedded Linux platform, give LinuxLink a try. Register now for a free account or try LinuxLink as a guest.

Supported Marvell Platforms

LinuxLink is available for the development boards listed below. For the latest kernel and toolchain information, refer to LinuxLink.

Discovery Innovation Family

Marvell MV78100-A1

Armada 38x Family

Marvell Armada 38x DB-88F6820-GP (with 88F6820 processor)

Armada XP Family

Marvell DB-78460-BP (with MV78x30 processor)

Imaging SoCs

Marvell 88PA6270 Evaluation Board

Marvell 88PA6120 MFP SoC

PXA Family

Marvell PXA270 Mainstone

Don’t see your processor of interest listed?

To request that our engineering team add your processor to LinuxLink, submit your inquiry via our online form, contact us at or call us at 1.866.392.4897 (toll-free) or +1.412.232.3250.

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