Zune player processor supports Linux

    Employees of the hardware press are strictly forbidden to open the case of the Microsoft Zune player and even more so to publicly declare what is inside.

    However, the desperate lone journalist nicknamed Bunnie was very itchy, so he bought the player for his money and opened it. As a result, it turned out that Zune is based on the Freescale iMX31L processor that supports the Linux operating system.

    It is possible that there will soon be a Linux-based firmware for the player, with which you can freely and unlimitedly share MP3-files via WiFi. At least, Linux-software for this processor has long been created and works fine.

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