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Old 02-28-2016, 06:42 AM   #1
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LXer: LinuxLink 5.0 adds full Yocto Project compatibility

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Timesys released v5.0 of its LinuxLink embedded Linux distribution, adding full Yocto Project compatibility backed by a “Bakery” setup wizard. In recent years, Timesys has aligned its LinuxLink platform with Yocto Project code. Now, LinuxLink 5.0 promises full compatibility, bringing it in line with other major embedded distros. The company continues to provide , as […]



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