Kernel Summit 2006: Embedded systems
Posted Jul 25, 2006 3:06 UTC (Tue) by roelofs
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Part of the problem with embedded developers not being good at contributing back to mainline is that they are usually suffering terribly from being stuck on a product treadmill with high pressure deadlines ...
Yup. Also getting approvals, from either legal or management or both.
YAFFS2 ... currently maxes out at 8GB (per partition) which is probably already too small for some people.
Yup. There are already IDE flash drives (both interface and form factor) of at least 32GB (~US$600), and I'm aware of at least one application where splitting that isn't an option.
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