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More Future of Linux reports
LinuxPosted by sengan on Friday July 17, @03:21PM
from the more-press-coverage dept.
EETimes has coverage of last week's "Future of Linux" conference. This one recognises that Merced support should be simple (the 64 bit hurdle is long past). What really interests me is that Intel seems to have noticed us: 36 bit physical memory support, MMX support (what does that mean? auto-SIMD in gcc from C code like Metroworks can???), fast system calls (Appendix H stuff?). High profile players like Intel and Oracle and good press from the EDA media like EE-Times may also encourage the EDA vendors to support Linux.

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