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Linux kernel

The nucleus of the Linux operating system. The Linux kernel, which was developed by Linus Torvalds, was integrated with software from the GNU Project and other sources to create the actual Linux operating system. See Linux, GNU/Linux and kernel.
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The company noted that its support of the Mainline Linux kernel will enable customers developing its Sitara processors to continuously access the latest devices, features and bug fixes.
TI's new Sitara Linux SDK provides a robust, stable Mainline Linux kernel for developers using TI's Sitara processors.
Secure, a provider of embedded solutions for securing transactions, content and digital identity, has introduced its MicroRead near field communication (NFC) controller chip is supported in the Linux kernel 3.
The integration work will allow a developer to use the Linux kernel to run an Android system; to develop drivers for either the Android kernel or the Linux kernel; and to reduce or eliminate the burden of maintaining independent patches from release to release for Android kernel developers, according to the Android Mainlining Project.
Attendees of this Webinar will learn how to speed and simplify RFS configuration by learning how to create and debug a Linux kernel loadable kernel module, and RFS and see how to design and optimize target RFS images for an application.
18 kernel release, the real-time preemption patch, and additional real-time enhancements that are in the process of being merged into the mainline Linux kernel.
org) is a free operating system for computer users, which uses the Linux kernel and adds functions from the GNU open source project including thousands of software programs available for easy installation.
Operating System-Level Virtualization Technology for Linux Kernel 2.
Torvalds, Morton and other key Linux developers are expected to start work in early 2004 on a new test and development Linux kernel to be called version 2.
New Wind River Linux Patch Manager: The Patch Manager makes it even easier for developers to visually import and manage Linux kernel patches provided by Wind River and the community.
KDeBUG relies on its own screen management and keyboard (versus relying on the Linux kernel during the debug session), allowing for a cleaner debug session.

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