CNET News.com: AMD, Intel expand Linux supportJun 14, 2000, 20:41 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Joe Wilcox)
[ Thanks to George Mitchell for this link. ]
"Intel and Hewlett-Packard released programming tools for developing Linux applications for Intel's Itanium processor."
"The two companies are distributing a free developer's toolkit for testing and running Linux applications. HP developed the toolkit's core component, the IA-64 emulator, which allows the development and testing of Linux applications for Itanium on existing Intel processors...."
"Not to be left out, AMD announced a strategic relationship with Lineo for providing embedded systems developers with Linux software for Internet appliances."
"The two companies will collaborate on providing Lineo's Embedix Linux on AMD's entire processor line, including K6 and Athlon."
"By including Embedix Linux in the AMD development kits, we are able to eliminate many of the hardware and software integration issues experienced by developers when designing embedded solutions," Lineo CEO Bryan Sparks said in a statement."
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