Last Updated on: 25th October 2023, 03:55 pm
pdaXrom – the name of the team comes from a first project in 2003 – a Linux distribution for pocket personal computers (PDAs) Sharp Zaurus, which was called pdaXrom (pda + X + rom – “personal digital assistant” with “X11 graphics” in “read only memory”). The project was also used on other PDAs, developer boards, and thin clients. In 2009, a new distribution was released with support for Sony Playstation 3. Later, the new distribution was used to build thin clients.
pdaXrom is a build system for creating bootable gnu/linux images with preinstalled software. The build system is simple and easy for using. It can be used to build firmware for network routers, Internet and multimedia terminals and much more.
The main programming languages are C and C++. In embedded systems, Linux and FreeRTOS is used.