a Personal Computing Device
BPCD - Balthazar Personal Computing Device is a 13.3" upgradable and expandable laptop that is based on a few concepts inspired by EOMA68, but powered by RISC-V processor(s) open architecture that runs on Linux OS with added co-processing power based on FPGA Lattice Diamond - ULX3S.
It contains all the hardware and continuously developing software and firmware features preventing data-theft and any unwanted 3rd party intrusion into the system by default. Its default low-level security layer software based on LUKS , Libreswan and is also envisaged to be GNUnet ready.
While being versatile and robust it also follows CERN OSHL, GNU-GPL, FOSS, EOMA, ISA and even CC guidelines.
What is all that FOSS and CC and OS..? → Glossary
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