LinuxPR: LinuxDevices.com Launches Embedded Linux PortalOct 31, 1999, 17:11 (0 Talkback[s])
"Developers of embedded systems just gained a powerful means to locate the information and components they need for incorporating the highly popular Linux operating system into non-desktop applications."
The new online embedded Linux resource center is called LinuxDevices.com. The site is the latest brain child of Rick Lehrbaum, well known in the embedded computer industry for his role in founding Ampro Computers Inc., the company that invented the highly popular PC/104 embedded PC standard."
"According to LinuxDevices.com founder Lehrbaum, "we aim to be the global 'embedded Linux portal' - the first place you go on the Internet when you're looking for news, information, products, and links to embedded Linux resources." "LinuxDevices.com also will be an active player in helping bring coherence to the sometimes fragmented Linux world," adds Lehrbaum. The site will feature a broad spectrum of embedded-oriented Linux topics - including news, articles, events, links, jobs, polls, and an interactive forum - all exclusively focused on using Linux in embedded applications."
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