[News] [News] Linux-oriented Debugger Improved; Embedded Linux Workshop Coming

[News] [News] Linux-oriented Debugger Improved; Embedded Linux Workshop Coming

Post by Roy Schest » Sat, 29 Mar 2008 22:27:05


Linux-aware de *** supports multi-core ARM

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| The combination of SourcePoint and Arium's trace analyzers and JTAG emulators
| enables real-time debugging with all core frequencies, says Arium. The
| products are said to work with popular compiler tool chains and support
| industry-standard input file formats. Linux-specific support includes
| symbolic, source-level debugging of Linux kernel code (including loadable
| modules), and applications such as shared libraries. Arium also touts its
| support for kernel debug straight out of reset, dynamic debug of loaded Linux
| modules, and Linux console output through the JTAG port.
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UK embedded conference features hands-on Linux workshop

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| The sixth-annual Embedded Masterclass 2008 conference is scheduled for May
| 8th in London and May 13th in Bristol, UK. This year's events will feature
| the conference's first-ever "Embedded Linux Workshop," a three-hour, hands-on
| session using ARM target hardware.
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Related:

Four billion embedded systems shipped in '06

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Linux loyalty runs high among embedded software developers, says VDC

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| Looking ahead, 87% percent of Linux users plan to use Linux in their next
| project. In both cases, use of free distributions outnumbered use of paid
| distributions by a sizable margin.
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Microsoft cans key conference

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| SOFTWARE giant Microsoft has decided that it does not love its popular Mobile
| and Embedded DevCon any more and has pulled the plug.
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http://www.yqcomputer.com/