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OpenEmbedded uses the [http://bitbake.berlios.de Bitbake task executor] in combination with the Openembedded metadata is a tool which allows developers to create a fully usable Linux base for various embedded systems. It has been designed to handle different hardware architectures, support multiple releases for those architectures and utilize tools for speeding up the process of recreating the base after changes have been made. Currently it can run on any Linux distribution.
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The [[Bitbake]] task executor in combination with the Openembedded metadata is a powerful tool which allows developers to create a fully usable Linux base for various embedded systems. It has been designed to handle different hardware architectures, support multiple releases for those architectures and utilize tools for speeding up the process of recreating the base after changes have been made. Currently it can run on any Linux distribution.

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The Bitbake task executor in combination with the Openembedded metadata is a powerful tool which allows developers to create a fully usable Linux base for various embedded systems. It has been designed to handle different hardware architectures, support multiple releases for those architectures and utilize tools for speeding up the process of recreating the base after changes have been made. Currently it can run on any Linux distribution.

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