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At Softcrates we maintain a lot of kernel trees for our customers and are constantly trying to improve our processes to be efficient and spent the less possible time when updating the kernel to newer versions. One problem with Linux embedded platforms is that silicon vendors don't have a complete support for their chips in the mainline kernel. Instead they fork the kernel and create a vendor tree with all the support.

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CircuitCo announced an HDMI  and flash-free OEM version of the BeagleBone Black called the “BlueSteel-Basic,” to be followed by industrial and COM versions. These are good news for companies that want to use this popular development platform for real industrial projects. Although the BlueSteel-Basic is not available yet, we can start preparing our industrial application to run on it.

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