LinuxDevices: Embedded Linux Design Issues
Jan 09, 2003, 23:30 (0 Talkback[s])
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"What is an embedded device? Is it simply a low-resource 'PC',
so all you need is a scaled down Linux and off you go? Not really.
In this article, a few thoughts on principal differences will be
brought up that may need direct addressing by the embedded Linux
community to foster the use of Linux in the embedded market...
"Looking at these issues and considering possibilities to
improve how Linux could satisfy the demands of embedded systems in
a better way is the objective of this article. The possible
solutions are based on RTLinux systems, as real-time (RT) demands
are fairly common in embedded devices; but the mechanisms presented
apply to any RT or non-RT embedded Linux..."