Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Linux boots in 2.97 seconds

Japanese embedded Linux house Lineo has announced a quick-start technology that it claims can boot Linux in 2.97 seconds on a low-powered system. The technology appears similar to but much faster than Linux's existing "suspend-to-disk" capability.

There is alot more about it here. This was released Nov. 7th.


1 comment:

L4Linux said...

One more feat achieved using Linux. Does this count for innovation or not??