Why Linux in the Embedded Market?

Linux is a free, UNIX-like operating system, developed originally for home PCs. Today, Linux runs on a variety of CPUs including PowerPC, Mips, Alpha, Sparc, M68000 and ARM. Linux aims for POSIX compliance in order to maintain maximum compatibility with other UNIX-like systems. With millions of users worldwide, Linux is the most popular UNIX-like OS in the world.

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