RTOS-to-Linux application migration

August 1, 2007 OpenSystems Media
Feature / Discussion: August 2007Application migration from one Operating System (OS) to another is often a daunting task, even in the best of cases. Migrating a real-time embedded application to a new OS is arguably among the most difficult tasks. To aid developers planning to move to embedded Linux in the near future or considering the level of investment necessary to convert their existing applications to run on embedded Linux, Jim explains the transition process, assesses the challenges involved, and presents the benefits realized from such a move.

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Jim Ready (MontaVista)
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