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+ - Embedded Linux Achieves One Second Boot Time

Submitted by Sam
Sam (174571) writes "A new goalpost has been set in the race for faster bootup times. MontaVista Software announced (and demonstrated at the Virtual Freescale Technology Forum) a dashboard application going from cold boot to operational in one second flat on their embedded Linux platform. Although this is unlikely to immediately benefit your average Linux user, previous real-time patches have eventually made their way into the main kernel."
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Embedded Linux Achieves One Second Boot Time

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