> He ends his article with the following:
> "It seems to me, RTLinux is a fine system with great potential when thought
> of as an open-source project. I'm not sure it will fare as well when looked
> at as a commercial RTOS."
This looks exactly like a party line to me. In fact, the same
statement could be made by the FSF for every single application that
Would they be right? We each draw our own conclusions.
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