Difference between revisions of "PMON 2000"

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PMON 2000 is a firmware that was orginally developed by swedish company called [http://www.opsycon.se Opsycon], but the copyright also mention [http://www.rtmx.com Rtmx Inc] and [http://www.ipunplugged.com ipUnplugged AB]. The code is licensed under a four-clause BSD licence.
 
PMON 2000 is a firmware that was orginally developed by swedish company called [http://www.opsycon.se Opsycon], but the copyright also mention [http://www.rtmx.com Rtmx Inc] and [http://www.ipunplugged.com ipUnplugged AB]. The code is licensed under a four-clause BSD licence.
  
This firmware doesn't to appear to be supported anymore, and the source code is not freely available on the Internet.
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More info is available at http://www.pmon2000.com. Regretfully the website has not been updated for some time as develoment of the PMON2000/SDK have taken up all time.
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Source ''should'' be available from anoncvs.pmon2000.com.
  
 
This firmware was used at least in evaluation boards from Momentum, like the [[Jaguar ATX]].
 
This firmware was used at least in evaluation boards from Momentum, like the [[Jaguar ATX]].
 
 
 
Quite the contrary!
 
 
PMON2000 is still alive, maintained and developed. More info is available at www.pmon2000.com.
 
Regretfully the website has not been updated for some time as develoment of the PMON2000/SDK
 
have taken up all time.
 
 
Source *shold* be available from anoncvs.pmon2000.com.
 

Revision as of 19:41, 9 November 2004

PMON 2000 is a firmware that was orginally developed by swedish company called Opsycon, but the copyright also mention Rtmx Inc and ipUnplugged AB. The code is licensed under a four-clause BSD licence.

More info is available at http://www.pmon2000.com. Regretfully the website has not been updated for some time as develoment of the PMON2000/SDK have taken up all time.

Source should be available from anoncvs.pmon2000.com.

This firmware was used at least in evaluation boards from Momentum, like the Jaguar ATX.