LinuxDevices.com: Embedded Linux Weekly Newsletter for August 24, 2000Aug 24, 2000, 17:22 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Rick Lehrbaum)
"A walk on the Embedded side . . . of LinuxWorld -- Last week's 150,000 square foot LinuxWorld conference (San Jose, CA) clearly demonstrated how far embedded Linux has come in just a dozen months. In case you missed the show, here's a brief summary about each of the exhibitors who highlighted embedded Linux in one way or another."
"ZDNet's Weekly Linux Newsletter, featuring LinuxWorld -- ZDNet's "other" Linux Newsletter (the non-embedded one) contains some interesting coverage of last week's LinuxWorld Expo."
"IBM Fact sheet: summary of IBM solutions for Linux -- IBM published a "fact sheet" summarizing the company's many Linux projects and activities (both embedded and non-embedded) over the last several years."
"Motorola Computer Group and Red Hat go for 5NINES -- Motorola will package and market Red Hat's Linux operating system with Motorola's Advanced High-Availability Software for Linux (HA-Linux) offering, which supports Motorola's carrier-grade high-availability embedded computing platforms."
"BlueCat Linux 3.0 broadens support for embedded processors -- LynuxWorks announced new BlueCat features, along with expanded embedded microprocessor architecture support."
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