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Embedded Slackware is a software development kit for the automated creation of bootable embedded systems based on Slackware and Busyb
Embedded Slackware is a software development kit for the automated creation of bootable embedded systems based on Slackware and Busybox. The focus is on i486 and ARM systems that use compact flash devices (handhelds and PC104 type boards). The distribution consists of a primary archive with tools, scripts, and documentation, and additional archives for the i486 and PXA250 binary components.
What's New in This Release:
Update includes 2.4.33 and 22.214.171.124 embedded kernels with built-in framebuffer graphics support.
The 126.96.36.199 kernel now has preemption enabled.
This release fixes a missing linker file in the i486 gcc tools.
The SDK provides fast turn-around with 23 easy burn scripts for various configurations.
The distribution archive is an i486 working subset of the full distribution that consists of (4 each) i486, uclibc_i486, Arm pxa250, and Arm uclibc_pxa250 archive sets.
To complete the full i486 SDK, you might also be interested in the i486 b, c, and d archives available on the site.
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