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10/26/2011 06:55 PM EDT
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EREBUS0
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re: M'soft tunes Windows Embedded for real time
EREBUS0   10/27/2011 9:06:19 PM
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When building embedded systems I avoided standard OS solutions because they took way too long to do the job. I always had to worry about what the compiler and OS was doing to my time critical functions. As for Oracle's complaints, their approach is the quickest way to dissuade everyone from using JAVA in the future. SUN promised it would always be open. Clearly Oracle plans to renege on that promise.

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Kinnar   10/27/2011 6:34:07 PM
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For embedded markets Embedded Linux will be the best OS for small electronic manufacturers, for get about tablets and mobile phones but homegrown other products will not go for royalty based OSes, for them open source is the best solution.

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rick merritt   10/27/2011 3:27:51 PM
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Homegrown is the biggest piece of the embedded OS market, and has been for years.

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Anatolio   10/26/2011 8:08:12 PM
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I'm sorry, but for me there was better to write my own OS, exactly as I want. You may have a look at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UcdS7juWxKQ&feature=mfu_in_order&list=UL

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