project touts progress, solicits commitments

Posted by Scott_Ruecker on Apr 13, 2013 2:55 AM EDT
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OSADL describes SIL2LinuxMP as “the first community-based Linux certification project of its kind.” The group’s strategy is to certify the “base components” of an embedded Linux RTOS (real-time operating system) running on commercially available board-level computers having single- or multi-core processors. “Base components” refers to the system’s Linux kernel, bootloader, root filesystem, and C library bindings for kernel access; “user space” applications are not included within the project’s scope, other than a limited set of system utilities, such as for system inspection, file management, and self-diagnostics,

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