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DENX ELDK, U-Boot and Linux blast off in U.S. Air Force Tactical Satellite

Wed Dec 20 2006

On December 16, the US Air Force launched TacSat-2 (tactical satellite) which runs Free Software developed by DENX Software Engineering: the Embedded Linux Development Kit ELDK), the U-Boot boot loader and the DENX 2.4.25 Linux tree.

TacSat-2 satellite
Illustration of TacSat-2 satellite

For full story please see http://www.linuxdevices.com/news/NS8137978310.html

SPS/IPC/DRIVES 2006 in Nuremberg

Mon Nov 27 2006

SPS/IPC/DRIVES 2006 Please meet DENX at the SPS/IPC/DRIVES 2006
28 - 30 November 2006, Exhibition Centre Nuremberg,
Hall 7A, Booth 640 (with OSADL)

Server Woes

Thu Nov 07 2006

Due to hardware problems we had to move our services to a new server. Unfortunately all data was lost during the move, and to make our bad luck complete, our backups turned out to be corrupted as well. As a consequence the restoration of some services will be delayed quite a bit.

electronica 2006 in Munich

Sun May 14 2006

Please meet DENX at the
electronica 2006 Exhibition and Conference

14 - 17 November 2006, New Munich Trade Fair Centre, Hall A6, Booth 712

RTDM CAN Driver

Mon Sep 04 2006

RT-Socket-CAN, an Open Source hard real-time protocol stack for CAN devices based on BSD sockets (Socket-CAN project), has been integrated into the Xenomai distribution recently.

At ftp://ftp.denx.de/pub/xenomai/rtsocketcan/ you can find additional utilities, test programs and help for RT-Socket-CAN.

Open Source Automation Development Labs founded

Thu May 23 2006

DENX is founder member of the Open Source Automation Development Lab ( OSADL ). 11 well-known companies formed a syndicate with the goal to create a standardized and certified software base for the automation industry. The idea is to associate users of embedded and real-time Linux systems with hardware and software manufacturers and thus to boost the taking root of Free Software in this area and to improve the inter-operability of hardware and software components from different vendors. Please see http://www.osadl.org/ for details.

Sun May 14 2006

DENX now also supports *git* protocol for access to the git source code repositories on our web server. Please see http://www.denx.de/en/Software/GIT for details.