Short bio: Computer Scientist, FOSS supporter (read more)
Tux Machines (TM)-specific
Access Linux Platform from PalmSourcePalmSource is exhibiting at the LinuxWorld conference going on this week in Boston. PalmInfocenter is live on the scene to bring you this exclusive new preview of the Access Linux Platform.
Read on for more about the Access Linux Platform and check out some new screenshots of the current ALP prototype being shown at LinuxWorld.
Access Linux Platform Overview
The ACCESS Linux Platform is the next mobile software platform from PalmSource. It has its roots in the Palm OS for Linux project. ALP is a combination of a number of technologies including Palm OS for Linux, the NetFront mobile web browser and a number of open source projects.
Linux is the core of the new operating system and ALP is based on the version 2.6.12 of the Linux kernel. ALP contains a number of programming options for developers. There are four main options available: