SLIND embedded distribution released
February 25th, 2006
SLIND is the first complete debian-based embedded distribution which uses the dpkg-cross compilation model. It has been created by a team at Siemens, based in St Petersburg, and was announced at FOSDEM 2006, Brussels.
It has support for ARM, powerpc and i386 targets, using both glibc and uclibc. Cross-toolchains (from i386) are provided for all 6 targets. There is also a base set of about 30 packages, and an installer. Target currently require ethernet for the installer to work.
SLIND is being actively developed as part of the Embedded Debian project, and more info is here.
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