LinuxDevices.com: Embedded Linux Weekly Newsletter for July 27, 2000Jul 27, 2000, 17:20 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Rick Lehrbaum)
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"IBM announces massive Linux investment in Europe -- IBM plans to invest more than $200 million over the next several years, to create Linux development centers across Europe, develop alliances with Linux-focused business partners, and deploy about 600 specialized Linux consultants, hardware and software specialists, and services professionals."
"What is Linux?" -- Rick Lehrbaum interviewed eight Linux and open source luminaries, to put together this embedded market perspective on issues surrounding the question, "What is Linux?". Is Linux a complete operating system? Is Linux "the Linux kernel"? Is Linux a technology? Is Linux defined by its APIs and ABIs? When does a modified kernel cease to be Linux?"
"Kaffe combo embedded/desktop JVM to be GPL'd -- Transvirtual Technologies announced that the desktop and embedded versions of the Kaffe Java Virtual Machine (JVM) are being combined into one version. The new combo JVM will be released as Open Source software later this year."
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