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Linaro seeks to simplify ARM Linux landscape

Linaro seeks to simplify ARM Linux landscape

Posted Jun 11, 2010 3:53 UTC (Fri) by jspaleta (subscriber, #50639)
In reply to: Linaro seeks to simplify ARM Linux landscape by achiang
Parent article: Linaro seeks to simplify ARM Linux landscape

Sure more than the kernel... would you care to expound on what upstreams I should be watching more closely with regard to this ARM initiative? We've seen the plumbing layers stats as well in the past... for things like gcc and xorg.

Yes we are both able to be biased. I however am willing to look past bias at focus on verifiable fact. You went to all the trouble to allude that the millions of dollars going into Linaro are Canonical's dollars, and an as such are adequate substitute for actual engineering work. You might was well go the extra step and provide authoritative references which back up your opinion.

-jef


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Linaro seeks to simplify ARM Linux landscape

Posted Jun 13, 2010 1:22 UTC (Sun) by cjwatson (subscriber, #7322) [Link]

If you're looking for plumbing stats where Canonical features, then you might try grub2, udev, or plymouth (though I can't speak for what Linaro will be doing).


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