LinuxDevices.com: Embedded Linux Weekly Newsletter for August 17, 2000Aug 17, 2000, 12:04 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Rick Lehrbaum)
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"Agenda's agenda -- a Linux-based "Open PDA" -- this article takes a look at a new PDA that will feature a fully open source Embedded Linux OS. Agenda intends to foster a community development model."
"Victor Yodaiken on the past, present, and future of RTLinux -- in this comprehensive interview, Yodaiken answers: Where did RTLinux come from? What's new in the upcoming version 3 release? What new and exciting RTLinux enhancements can we expect to see over the next 12 months? What about the recent efforts to standardize real-time Linux? What's with that RTLinux patent?"
"Reach out and Tux someone! -- this article describes Aplio's embedded-Linux based Internet phones. The devices contain an Aplio/TRIO system-on-chip and run on a version of uClinux. Best of all, they can help you slash your phone bill!"
"MontaVista taps IBM Java technology for Embedded Linux apps -- MontaVista will provide IBM's VisualAge Micro Edition JVM as an option to Hard Hat Linux."
"GNOME community & industry leaders launch 5-point initiative -- a group of industry leading companies have formed a foundation to promote and support the GNOME Linux user environment."
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