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Mozilla 1.2.1 Released

Mozilla.org released Mozilla 1.2.1. This release contains the fix for the DHTML bug in Mozilla 1.2 which broke dynamically writing into a dynamically created element. The only difference between the two releases is the fix for this bug (Bug 182500). If you have already installed Mozilla 1.2, you should upgrade to Mozilla 1.2.1.

TRACE32 Debugger Extends QNX Awareness to ARM and XScale

Lauterbach GmbH, Europe's leading manufacturer of microprocessor development tools, has announced extended kernel awareness for the QNX® Neutrino® realtime operating system (RTOS) from QNX Software Systems Ltd. Proven on PowerPC and SH4 architectures, kernel awareness for QNX Neutrino is now also available for ARM and XScale systems. Lauterbach's TRACE32 Debugger can now visualize OS resources (such as process tables) and debug boot code, interrupts, drivers, and application processes.

PCI serial I/O adapter offers two ports

EE Times just reported that Sealevel Systems Inc.'s Ultra Comm+2.LPCI dual-port PCI bus serial I/O adapter provides two RS-232/422/485 ports, allowing field-selectable connection to PLCs, bar code readers, scales, and other data acquisition/control devices. The low-profile form factor is especially useful in applications where space is at a premium such as 1U servers, thin clients, and net appliance applications.

Mozilla 1.2 released

Mozilla 1.2 is out. This is a major new release with some fancy features: type-ahead find, link prefetching, toolbars as text/icons/both, multi-tab startup, and much more; see the release notes for details.

QNX forges alliance with ARX to boost sales in Scandinavian market

November 26, 2002 - QNX Software Systems, maker of the QNX® Neutrino® realtime operating system (RTOS), has sealed a distribution agreement with ARX, supplier of products and consulting services for the Nordic realtime and embedded market. The two companies aim to tap into the growing demand for reliable, realtime system software for applications in the industrial, telecommunications, military, medical and automotive sectors.

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