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KS2009: End-user panels

KS2009: End-user panels

Posted Oct 24, 2009 17:03 UTC (Sat) by NAR (subscriber, #1313)
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Why did Sharp choose Linux? [...] The availability of source code is crucially important; Sharp needs to be able to fix problems on short notice and without relying on anybody else. [...] whether Sharp had tried a more recent kernel, [...] they have to go with what the embedded system provider is offering.

Is there a contradiction there or am I missing something? Are they hacking on the code on their own or are they using (and relying on) whatever Montavista delivers to them?


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KS2009: End-user panels

Posted Oct 26, 2009 3:40 UTC (Mon) by vMeson (subscriber, #45212) [Link]

It's different people making the decisions. They're required to get there source from MV but when
there are critical problems, they need to be able to fix the kernel in a shorter time frame than MV
will turn issues around. Or at least that's the way things work at my office.


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