desktop or embedded version?
jcdodson at hotmail.com
Mon Jul 16 12:01:39 PDT 2001
I am a Kaffe newbie, so please bear with me. I have a project that involves
writing a java application on an embedded computer running Linux. Actually,
the board is a PC/104 with a Pentium class cpu running at 233 MHz with 64 MB
of memory, so it's really more of a desk top than an embedded computer!
However, I need to get telemetry data at 8 HZ ( every 125 ms ) and ship it
off to a client for display in real-time. My question is, which version of
Kaffe should I use? Will the desktop version suffice, or do I need an
embedded version? What are the differences in the versions? I'm kinda
confused about this whole version thing. If I understand things correctly,
the embedded version is not free. Is that right? How does one find out
more information about the different versions of Kaffe? The websites (
kaffe.org and transvirtual.com ) don't seem to have much info. Thanks.
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