Re: Fun with daft questions
- From: ian.okey@xxxxxxxxx
- Date: Thu, 17 Apr 2008 00:33:22 -0700 (PDT)
On Apr 16, 9:06 pm, Jim Stewart <jstew...@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Apr 15, 6:49 pm, "FreeRTOS.org" <noem...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
One of the most common I receive - "Can you help me run Linux on my 8051",
or more often than not "Can u plz give me source code for Linux on my 8051,
waiting your reply. Urgent. Thx".
I've just been looking at the search stats for last month on the
FreeRTOS.org site, and believe it or not, the number one search with more
than 50 entries (so more than once a day!) is "Linux 8051". I would hope
that some of these searches were people looking for 8051 tools that would
run on a Linux host, but I know most are not. Who are these people - and
what products are they working on (I want to make sure I don't buy one)..
Anybody else like to share some gems?
17 official architecture ports, more than 5000 downloads per month.
Certified by TÜV as meeting the requirements for safety related systems.
I work on satellite data modems that transmit short data bursts with a
less than 10 bytes per second. I have often received enquiries about
voice, image and even video data using these devices.
Do your own salespeople ever ask that?
Only once ;-)
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