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Wanted! Embedded Linux Developers

Dec 27, 1999 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive
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Linux Today reports…

GoAhead Software is offering an opportunity for developers of embedded Linux applications to beta test their capability for remote upgrading of a networked appliance or device. If you are developing a device that runs Linux or Embedded Linux, you may qualify for participation in the GoAhead beta test program, which runs through February 2000.

About GoAhead FieldUpgrader

GoAhead FieldUpgrader provides manufacturers of networked devices with a comprehensive solution for automatically upgrading their products in the field. GoAhead FieldUpgrader allows you to upgrade software, firmware, OSes, or data using a device-initiated approach. These upgrades can provide products with new features, reliability enhancements, performance improvements, updated applications, security patches and bug fixes. GoAhead FieldUpgrader removes the end-customer burden of manually upgrading their product, and reduces the manufacturer's expenditures for costly support visits and product recalls.

www.goahead.com/fieldupgrader/fubeta.htm or email [email protected].” The GoAhead FieldUpgrader beta program will run through February 2000. “Please sign up right away if you are interested in participating!!” adds Berliner.

 
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