Project info for Embedded Debian Project

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The goal of the Embedded Debian Project is to make Debian GNU/Linux a natural choice for embedded Linux. The Embedded Debian Project has produced extensions to Debian binutils/gcc/g++ packages to support cross development. These extensions are currently being merged into woody. Another product of the project is CML2+OS, a system for the configuration and generation of both a Linux kernel and an operating system (i.e. root filesystem). CML2+OS is being designed to assist embedded Linux developers in configuring and generating small (1 to 10Mb) Linux target systems.

License: GPL

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