Linux Kernel 2.6: Embedded Computing, Part II
"On the complete opposite end of the field, for the first time the kernel includes support that allows a Linux-powered machine to be a USB device rather than a USB host. This would allow, for example, your Linux-powered PDA to be plugged into your PC and to have both ends of the line speaking the proper protocol. Much of this support is new, but this is an essential direction for Linux to move into for embedded devices."
(Submitted by Noel Sat Apr 3, 2004 )
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