OpenRISC is an Open Source CPU that brings to the world of hardware all the same advantages that Open Source software has known for so long. The OpenRISC project is community-driven with most of the action on IRC at Freenode (#openrisc) and on our mailing lists.
These pages primarily target the Linux on OpenRISC use-case and aim to help you get up to speed as quickly as possible. Feedback on these pages and questions not answered here should be directed to the mailing list or vented on #openrisc at freenode. We look forward to your becoming a part of the larger OpenRISC family!
Source code for the OpenRISC projects targetted by this site can be found in our git repository, browseable at http://git.openrisc.net
On #openrisc at freenode, you’ll find the friendly and always inviting group of OpenRISC developers. Join us there!
Discussion about Linux on the OpenRISC architecture happens on our mailing list. More info can be found at http://lists.openrisc.net
Those that prefer a web interface over a mail client can join in the discussion on our web forum
Support for the OpenRISC architecture is included in the mainline Linux kernel since version 3.1