How to Choose an Embedded Linux Operating System, Part 2

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http://www.linuxfoundation.org – Embedded Linux is hard to define, but at least we know now that Linux pros say Android is not embedded Linux.  (See part 1 in this series, Android vs. Embedded Linux and this week’s Q&A with Mentor Graphics’ John Cherry.) That doesn’t mean, however, that Android isn’t useful in some embedded projects. The question is: How does a developer know which operating system to choose? While the answer can be complicated, independent embedded engineering consultant Steve Sakoman attempted to simplify the decision-making process for us. In a few cases the answer is obvious, he said. Both em (General)