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    SubjectRe: The end of embedded Linux?
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    On Wednesday 09 October 2002 00:37, Alexander Kellett wrote:
    > On Tue, Oct 08, 2002 at 04:27:19AM -0700, jw schultz wrote:
    > <mid-sentence snip>
    >
    > > You might look into something like using the adeos
    > > nano-kernel to host linux and the device controll
    > > software as seperate contexts with a communications
    > > interface between them.
    >
    > <snip>
    >
    > This talk of adeos reminds me of something that i'd
    > "dreamed" of a while back. Whats the feasability of
    > having a 70kb kernel that barely even provides support
    > for user space apps and is basically just an hardware
    > abstraction layer for "applications" that can be
    > written as kernel modules?

    eCos maybe?, vxworks, nucleus, but the first one is easiest to get
    ahold of sourcewise. A redboot type build is nearish 70kB if memory
    serves. (I've only played around with it once on a StrongARM chip
    for kicks)

    Thanks,
    Shane Nay.
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