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TWR1650-LINUX Digi-Key Micro/sys Inc Programmers, Development Systems USB COMPUTER TOWER SYSTEM LINUX
DK1651-LINUX Digi-Key Micro/sys Inc Programmers, Development Systems DEVELOPMENT KIT MX515
DK1651-ET-LINUX Digi-Key Micro/sys Inc Programmers, Development Systems KIT DEV LINUX WINDOW CE TOOL
IMX233-OLINUXINO-NANO Digi-Key Olimex LTD Embedded Computers SBC LINUX I.MX233 ARM926J
IMX233-OLINUXINO-MAXI Digi-Key Olimex LTD Embedded Computers LINUX COMPUTER W/ I.MX233 ARM926
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  • Embedded Linux on PC/104
    There's embedded Linux and there's embedded Linux. The Linux strategy used for a shirt-pocket sized MP3 player won't necessarily fit in the PC/104 world. And guess what? RedHat and other commercial releases lean toward the MP3, PDA, cell phone, etc. side of embedded. So what's a PC/104 system
  • Open Source, Embedded Linux
    SIXNET is a Clifton Park, NY-based company selling industrial automation systems that embrace Linux. Serving an engineering world of controllers, remote terminal units (RTUs), and embedded firmware, SIXNET has over a 20-year track record of making hardware and software that answer requirements
  • The Yocto Project: Changing the way embedded Linux software solutions are developed
    development, but it also brought its own set of challenges. Fortunately, opensource embedded software development. has continued to evolve, simplifying the development processes, enhancing the efficiency and allowing equipment manufacturers to more effectively differentiate the capabilities
  • How to Use Linux in Industrial Automation (.pdf)
    ? The answer is YES. Today there are many automation controllers or embedded systems that use Linux to provide services. Linux offers a customizable, reliable, and efficient OS solution for automation controllers and embedded systems. This white paper explores the advantages and disadvantages of using
  • Migrating a DOS-Based Application to Linux: A Digital I/O Example
    for a PC/104 card with an onboard 82C55 programmable peripheral interface device. There are many reasons people move from DOS to Linux for their embedded applications. Among these reasons are robust networking capabilities, efficient multitasking, and freely avail¬able source code
  • EETimes.com | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    Embedded Linux quandary: what price for a free OS? The law of supply and demand will face a curious test over the next few years, as embedded Linux vendors search for a way to make engineers pay for an operating system that appeals to users largely because it's free. IC makers, OEMs define new
  • EETimes.com | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    may force design managers and OEM executives to become directly involved in system test architecture. Shifting opinion shakes footing of embedded Linux The embedded Linux waters grow murkier, as analysts disagree over the future of the upstart operating system and one vendor, Lineo Inc., fights
  • EETimes.com | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    on embedded Linux Japan's consumer electronics giants have joined universities and software companies in the United States and Japan to form the Japan Embedded Linux Consortium, or Emblix. Senate approves permanent R &D credit The U.S. Senate overwhelmingly approved legislation on Thursday (July 13)

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