RISC-V SoCs: https://riscv.org/exchange/

2018-04: RISC-V CPUs not affected by spectre & meltdown

“No announced RISC-V silicon is susceptible, and the popular open-source RISC-V Rocket processor is unaffected as it does not perform memory accesses speculatively.” (2018-01-05 src)
“If you’re selling an IoT sensor for 1 USD, how can you suddenly triple your costs by integrating secure technology, either forcing your market to bear the weight (if it will), or forcing your own company to vastly decrease its profit margins. None of this is sustainable in an ecosystem where the average ARM Cortex-M0+ costs under 0.60 USD per unit at volume with no trusted element.
My solution? RISC-V. With custom, open source, RISC-V processing technology, we can build secure processors with trust elements at a fraction of the cost of ARM processors. Integrating the RISC-V architecture into Lab Mouse, we can then offer a secure platform that is finally cost-effective.
So, in 2016, I researched the RISC-V architecture and joined the RISC-V consortium. I currently sit on the Debug, Security, and general ISA groups and hope to soon get back to participating more heavily. In 2017 at Hack in the Box Amsterdam, I demonstrated security flaws in the RISC-V processor architecture that are now resolved, proving that I put in the effort to research the architecture to ensure it is resilient enough for use in the Lab Mouse solution.” (src)

RISC-V hardware

would definitely recommend to support this project.: if one has little money:

https://www.crowdsupply.com/sifive/hifive1-rev-b ($60)

with massive amounts of money… https://www.crowdsupply.com/sifive/hifive-unleashed ($1000)

+ https://www.crowdsupply.com/microsemi/hifive-unleashed-expansion-board ($2000)

one can even build one’s own risc-v pc: (one can only hope that mass production will bring prices down)

https://abopen.com/news/building-a-risc-v-pc/

is still pretty expensive

microsemi offers a sata adapter for $2000

… but with $2000 also PRETTY EXPENSIVE.

https://www.heise.de/newsticker/meldung/FPGA-Erweiterung-fuers-RISC-V-Linux-Entwicklerboard-4042648.html

RISC-V emulator in Javascript? JSLinux

https://bellard.org/jslinux/

Run Linux or other Operating Systems in your browser!

The following emulated systems are available:

CPU OS (Distribution) User
Interface
VFsync
access
Startup
Link
TEMU
Config
Comment
x86 Linux 4.12.0 (Buildroot) Console Yes click here url
x86 Linux 4.12.0 (Buildroot) X Window Yes click here url Right mouse button for the menu.
x86 Windows 2000 Graphical No click here url Disclaimer.
x86 FreeDOS VGA Text No click here url
riscv64 Linux 4.15.0 (Buildroot) Console Yes click here url
riscv64 Linux 4.15.0 (Buildroot) X Window Yes click here url Right mouse button for the menu.
riscv64 Linux 4.15.0 (Fedora 29) Console Yes click here url Warning: longer boot time.
riscv64 Linux 4.15.0 (Fedora 29) X Window Yes click here url Warning: longer boot time. Right mouse button for the menu.

as seen in:

http://bofh.nikhef.nl/events/FOSDEM/2019/AW1.126/riscvfedora.webm

what else is out there https://www.crowdsupply.com/search?q=HiFive

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