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Linux inside is worth $2 trillion in sales
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The amounts of customer revenue reserved and dedicated to  
products with Linux inside is now somewhere
in the region of $2 trillion dollars worth in sales.

The goods list with Linux inside is staggering.

Flat TVs, IoT, phablets, routers, servers,
DVR, HDRs, MP3/MP4/MP5 players, IP webcams, streaming devices,
net tops, 3D printer, printers, etc with at least 20 million gadgets sold
PER day, (at least 1.5 million per day are running
with Linux distro Android) etc etc.

A staggering 10 billion CPUs are ARMs, of which
all the higher models are capable of running Linux.

As 2014 draws to a close, the numbers are inflating
to staggering proportions. The only winners are the
developers in the Linux camp and those clutching ARM chips.

If you want Linux money, there are a list of things
chip makers can do.

1. Make sure all the ARM CPUs have a free developer
   tool such as Eclipse that runs on Linux, and a programmer
   that costs less than $20.
   The cost of this hardware/software is minimal compared to  
   to revenue, so don't fall for that mistake of not
   giving away these tools.

2. Make sure all the new ARMs stay relevant to the market
   by having a high speed color display driver circuitry and capacitive
   sensor circuits on board. Coordinate with the display
   makers to have drivers ready for integration with
   products so that developers can specify an ARM,
   look up the displays and specify it with one or two clicks
   for instant product ready to hit market.

3. Don't get taken in by reality distortion fields - all the marketing
   hype about mobile phones happenz but in reality the
   people were buying into phablets. You only see stupid
   people carrying smartphones, the smart people, and
   all the Far East people carried phablets all this time in their pockets.
   The reality distortion field was so strong in the west
   by the foolish marketing trolls and crocporations bundling
   deals into smartphones, they totally forgot to look
   at what people really wanted, or were buying.
  
   In that same way, ARM products may not get integrated
   with displays today, but the real big piggie piles of money is reserved
   for those manufacturers smart enough to make ARMs just
   a little bit faster to run Linux, and have a colour display
   and capacitive touch sensor.

   One such company Allwinner totally obliterrated Intel if
   you are not already aware, (but recently Allwinner seem to have
   lost their way, forgetting it is Linux that bought them
   the success, and all their CPU sales are failing
   on their failing support for Linux).
   Make Linux your friend and it will look after your sales.
   Don't ever forget that no matter which dumbo decides
   reality distortion fields work, they are wrong. Its only
   100% observance and support of Linux that brings in the money.

4. Very important - pressure ARM (and its developers at the very top)
   to name their registers and bit fields in their headers.
   Otherwise, whenever your code references, UART0.TX bit,
   guaranteed someone has decided to use    USART0.tx
   that break compatibilty, and its the fault of the trolls at
   the very top of the software tree writing out libs such
   as CMSIS who continue to troll and get this wrong every time.

5. So you got ARMs working in excess of 200MHz, fast enough to
   run minimal Linux, with free Eclipse IDE to write software,
   a programming tool for $20, a CMSIS lib that works,
   a graphics controller and LCD to suit, all running smoothly
   on Linux, what else can go wrong?

   Just spend 10 minutes drawing up a PCB in KiCAD with
   all the pins named and a layout that works for RAM, USB,
   flash, Ethernet, SATA, LCD, power supply, audio, mic,
   camera (etc) and distribute for free.

   PCBs of yesterday don't care much about routing and you would
   leave that to the customer, but today, it is 100% essential
   a working proven template for routing PCB is distributed
   with release of your CPU because no one in their
   right mind will try to second guess how best to route their
   tracks to *YOUR* new CPU and get it right unless you released a free
   sample in KiCAD.

   Tracks such as SATA, and DDR work at GHz speeds, and it is
   impossible for anyone to second guess the best routing.
   There are just too many pins and issues to comprehend.
   In the world of single click instant gratification,  
   there is KiCAD available that works with ALL Linux
   to get the PCB routing out to the masses so that your
   chips find its way into products in hours and days
   instead of months and years.

As a retailer, what about you and this thing called Linux and grabbing
some of that 2 trillion dollars flowing past?

If trolls are pointing this way and that and saying
things like appile and microshaft, then you must
love your reality distortion fields
and the 10% of the entire market share
more than life itself.

The other 90% contains Linux if you didn't know.
So if you want to win, you must go out there,
seek out all the Linux products and gadgets, and pack 90%
of your shelves with gadgets that contain Linux.
Make the enquiry with product makers  
to make sure the products contain
Linux to stack your shelves with more and more
Linux gadgets that are coming out every day.




Re: Linux inside is worth $2 trillion in sales
On Sat, 11 Oct 2014 19:47:49 +0100, 7

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And a bunch of suckers give away the software for it for free instead of
earning income to buy a house, nice car and pay for their children's
college education.  

S U C K E R S!

Re: Linux inside is worth $2 trillion in sales
On Sat, 11 Oct 2014 15:04:48 -0700, Rob wrote:

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B  I  N  G  O  !!!

P.S There is nothing wrong with giving stuff away however when
companies like IBM are making a fortune off of it, you become less of
a charitable donor and more of a sucker.

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The suckers are the internet trolls who have time to waste trolling
on the internet unable to buy a house, nice car, and pay for a college
education despite Linux being available to them free to download
and use to make money.

Everyone else does it, making $2 trillion worth of sales.

People like those employed by Ubuntu distro maker
and Android distro maker make and release tons
of software, because what they get back from sales of their
services is far greater than what they share.

If that works for Ubuntu and Android, it means the trolls are wrong.

Any way Rob, as you are just an internet troll trolling
for your crocporation, you must spend your time reading
the original post and then weeping for your crocporation:




Linux inside is worth $2 trillion in sales
------------------------------------------

The amounts of customer revenue reserved and dedicated to  
products with Linux inside is now somewhere
in the region of $2 trillion dollars worth in sales.

The goods list with Linux inside is staggering.

Flat TVs, IoT, phablets, routers, servers,
DVR, HDRs, MP3/MP4/MP5 players, IP webcams, streaming devices,
net tops, 3D printer, printers, etc with at least 20 million gadgets sold
PER day, (at least 1.5 million per day are running
with Linux distro Android) etc etc.

A staggering 10 billion CPUs are ARMs, of which
all the higher models are capable of running Linux.

As 2014 draws to a close, the numbers are inflating
to staggering proportions. The only winners are the
developers in the Linux camp and those clutching ARM chips.

If you want Linux money, there are a list of things
chip makers can do.

1. Make sure all the ARM CPUs have a free developer
   tool such as Eclipse that runs on Linux, and a programmer
   that costs less than $20.
   The cost of this hardware/software is minimal compared to  
   to revenue, so don't fall for that mistake of not
   giving away these tools.

2. Make sure all the new ARMs stay relevant to the market
   by having a high speed color display driver circuitry and capacitive
   sensor circuits on board. Coordinate with the display
   makers to have drivers ready for integration with
   products so that developers can specify an ARM,
   look up the displays and specify it with one or two clicks
   for instant product ready to hit market.

3. Don't get taken in by reality distortion fields - all the marketing
   hype about mobile phones happenz but in reality the
   people were buying into phablets. You only see stupid
   people carrying smartphones, the smart people, and
   all the Far East people carried phablets all this time in their pockets.
   The reality distortion field was so strong in the west
   by the foolish marketing trolls and crocporations bundling
   deals into smartphones, they totally forgot to look
   at what people really wanted, or were buying.
  
   In that same way, ARM products may not get integrated
   with displays today, but the real big piggie piles of money is reserved
   for those manufacturers smart enough to make ARMs just
   a little bit faster to run Linux, and have a colour display
   and capacitive touch sensor.

   One such company Allwinner totally obliterrated Intel if
   you are not already aware, (but recently Allwinner seem to have
   lost their way, forgetting it is Linux that bought them
   the success, and all their CPU sales are failing
   on their failing support for Linux).
   Make Linux your friend and it will look after your sales.
   Don't ever forget that no matter which dumbo decides
   reality distortion fields work, they are wrong. Its only
   100% observance and support of Linux that brings in the money.

4. Very important - pressure ARM (and its developers at the very top)
   to name their registers and bit fields in their headers.
   Otherwise, whenever your code references, UART0.TX bit,
   guaranteed someone has decided to use    USART0.tx
   that break compatibilty, and its the fault of the trolls at
   the very top of the software tree writing out libs such
   as CMSIS who continue to troll and get this wrong every time.

5. So you got ARMs working in excess of 200MHz, fast enough to
   run minimal Linux, with free Eclipse IDE to write software,
   a programming tool for $20, a CMSIS lib that works,
   a graphics controller and LCD to suit, all running smoothly
   on Linux, what else can go wrong?

   Just spend 10 minutes drawing up a PCB in KiCAD with
   all the pins named and a layout that works for RAM, USB,
   flash, Ethernet, SATA, LCD, power supply, audio, mic,
   camera (etc) and distribute for free.

   PCBs of yesterday don't care much about routing and you would
   leave that to the customer, but today, it is 100% essential
   a working proven template for routing PCB is distributed
   with release of your CPU because no one in their
   right mind will try to second guess how best to route their
   tracks to YOUR new CPU and get it right unless you released a free
   sample in KiCAD.

   Tracks such as SATA, and DDR work at GHz speeds, and it is
   impossible for anyone to second guess the best routing.
   There are just too many pins and issues to comprehend.
   In the world of single click instant gratification,  
   there is KiCAD available that works with ALL Linux
   to get the PCB routing out to the masses so that your
   chips find its way into products in hours and days
   instead of months and years.

As a retailer, what about you and this thing called Linux and grabbing
some of that 2 trillion dollars flowing past?

If trolls are pointing this way and that and saying
things like appile and microshaft, then you must
love your reality distortion fields
and the 10% of the entire market share
more than life itself.

The other 90% contains Linux if you didn't know.
So if you want to win, you must go out there,
seek out all the Linux products and gadgets, and pack 90%
of your shelves with gadgets that contain Linux.
Make the enquiry with product makers  
to make sure the products contain
Linux to stack your shelves with more and more
Linux gadgets that are coming out every day.





Re: Linux inside is worth $2 trillion in sales
On Sun, 12 Oct 2014 01:34:02 +0100, 7 wrote:

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Says the Linux loser who brags about making $50k per year.
You're a joke Joseph Michael.

And the fact that COLA elected you president of their twisted group
just adds to the humor in all of this.

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That is $72k more than you make troll from Linux.

And 95% of everything involves Linux.

Train engineers to use Linux and open source
and become superhuman weapons.

Everything touched turns into money.

Everything touched by Linux turns into money.

Everything that is money is connected to Linux.

Only subversive trolls that don't know how to make
money with Linux wash up in COLA trolling for troll money.

Sad waste of life for internet trolls from USA lead
working newsgroups for troll money.

The bosses you work for are saddest pimps of all
offering your services to work the newsgroups for troll money.

The depths to which USA based internet trolls must sink to
to earn a dishonest living is abhorent.

You are doomed to read original post and weep troll:


Linux inside is worth $2 trillion in sales
------------------------------------------

The amounts of customer revenue reserved and dedicated to  
products with Linux inside is now somewhere
in the region of $2 trillion dollars worth in sales.

The goods list with Linux inside is staggering.

Flat TVs, IoT, phablets, routers, servers,
DVR, HDRs, MP3/MP4/MP5 players, IP webcams, streaming devices,
net tops, 3D printer, printers, etc with at least 20 million gadgets sold
PER day, (at least 1.5 million per day are running
with Linux distro Android) etc etc.

A staggering 10 billion CPUs are ARMs, of which
all the higher models are capable of running Linux.

As 2014 draws to a close, the numbers are inflating
to staggering proportions. The only winners are the
developers in the Linux camp and those clutching ARM chips.

If you want Linux money, there are a list of things
chip makers can do.

1. Make sure all the ARM CPUs have a free developer
   tool such as Eclipse that runs on Linux, and a programmer
   that costs less than $20.
   The cost of this hardware/software is minimal compared to  
   to revenue, so don't fall for that mistake of not
   giving away these tools.

2. Make sure all the new ARMs stay relevant to the market
   by having a high speed color display driver circuitry and capacitive
   sensor circuits on board. Coordinate with the display
   makers to have drivers ready for integration with
   products so that developers can specify an ARM,
   look up the displays and specify it with one or two clicks
   for instant product ready to hit market.

3. Don't get taken in by reality distortion fields - all the marketing
   hype about mobile phones happenz but in reality the
   people were buying into phablets. You only see stupid
   people carrying smartphones, the smart people, and
   all the Far East people carried phablets all this time in their pockets.
   The reality distortion field was so strong in the west
   by the foolish marketing trolls and crocporations bundling
   deals into smartphones, they totally forgot to look
   at what people really wanted, or were buying.
  
   In that same way, ARM products may not get integrated
   with displays today, but the real big piggie piles of money is reserved
   for those manufacturers smart enough to make ARMs just
   a little bit faster to run Linux, and have a colour display
   and capacitive touch sensor.

   One such company Allwinner totally obliterrated Intel if
   you are not already aware, (but recently Allwinner seem to have
   lost their way, forgetting it is Linux that bought them
   the success, and all their CPU sales are failing
   on their failing support for Linux).
   Make Linux your friend and it will look after your sales.
   Don't ever forget that no matter which dumbo decides
   reality distortion fields work, they are wrong. Its only
   100% observance and support of Linux that brings in the money.

4. Very important - pressure ARM (and its developers at the very top)
   to name their registers and bit fields in their headers.
   Otherwise, whenever your code references, UART0.TX bit,
   guaranteed someone has decided to use    USART0.tx
   that break compatibilty, and its the fault of the trolls at
   the very top of the software tree writing out libs such
   as CMSIS who continue to troll and get this wrong every time.

5. So you got ARMs working in excess of 200MHz, fast enough to
   run minimal Linux, with free Eclipse IDE to write software,
   a programming tool for $20, a CMSIS lib that works,
   a graphics controller and LCD to suit, all running smoothly
   on Linux, what else can go wrong?

   Just spend 10 minutes drawing up a PCB in KiCAD with
   all the pins named and a layout that works for RAM, USB,
   flash, Ethernet, SATA, LCD, power supply, audio, mic,
   camera (etc) and distribute for free.

   PCBs of yesterday don't care much about routing and you would
   leave that to the customer, but today, it is 100% essential
   a working proven template for routing PCB is distributed
   with release of your CPU because no one in their
   right mind will try to second guess how best to route their
   tracks to YOUR new CPU and get it right unless you released a free
   sample in KiCAD.

   Tracks such as SATA, and DDR work at GHz speeds, and it is
   impossible for anyone to second guess the best routing.
   There are just too many pins and issues to comprehend.
   In the world of single click instant gratification,  
   there is KiCAD available that works with ALL Linux
   to get the PCB routing out to the masses so that your
   chips find its way into products in hours and days
   instead of months and years.

As a retailer, what about you and this thing called Linux and grabbing
some of that 2 trillion dollars flowing past?

If trolls are pointing this way and that and saying
things like appile and microshaft, then you must
love your reality distortion fields
and the 10% of the entire market share
more than life itself.

The other 90% contains Linux if you didn't know.
So if you want to win, you must go out there,
seek out all the Linux products and gadgets, and pack 90%
of your shelves with gadgets that contain Linux.
Make the enquiry with product makers  
to make sure the products contain
Linux to stack your shelves with more and more
Linux gadgets that are coming out every day.






Re: Linux inside is worth $2 trillion in sales
On Sun, 12 Oct 2014 02:11:20 +0100, 7 wrote:

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Not only do you have poor spelling skills, but your ability to do
basic math is also very poor.
  

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Or may be you are just tooo stuuuooopid to know what is being said.

Still read the original post troll, and weep like all trolls must:



Linux inside is worth $2 trillion in sales
------------------------------------------

The amounts of customer revenue reserved and dedicated to  
products with Linux inside is now somewhere
in the region of $2 trillion dollars worth in sales.

The goods list with Linux inside is staggering.

Flat TVs, IoT, phablets, routers, servers,
DVR, HDRs, MP3/MP4/MP5 players, IP webcams, streaming devices,
net tops, 3D printer, printers, etc with at least 20 million gadgets sold
PER day, (at least 1.5 million per day are running
with Linux distro Android) etc etc.

A staggering 10 billion CPUs are ARMs, of which
all the higher models are capable of running Linux.

As 2014 draws to a close, the numbers are inflating
to staggering proportions. The only winners are the
developers in the Linux camp and those clutching ARM chips.

If you want Linux money, there are a list of things
chip makers can do.

1. Make sure all the ARM CPUs have a free developer
   tool such as Eclipse that runs on Linux, and a programmer
   that costs less than $20.
   The cost of this hardware/software is minimal compared to  
   to revenue, so don't fall for that mistake of not
   giving away these tools.

2. Make sure all the new ARMs stay relevant to the market
   by having a high speed color display driver circuitry and capacitive
   sensor circuits on board. Coordinate with the display
   makers to have drivers ready for integration with
   products so that developers can specify an ARM,
   look up the displays and specify it with one or two clicks
   for instant product ready to hit market.

3. Don't get taken in by reality distortion fields - all the marketing
   hype about mobile phones happenz but in reality the
   people were buying into phablets. You only see stupid
   people carrying smartphones, the smart people, and
   all the Far East people carried phablets all this time in their pockets.
   The reality distortion field was so strong in the west
   by the foolish marketing trolls and crocporations bundling
   deals into smartphones, they totally forgot to look
   at what people really wanted, or were buying.
  
   In that same way, ARM products may not get integrated
   with displays today, but the real big piggie piles of money is reserved
   for those manufacturers smart enough to make ARMs just
   a little bit faster to run Linux, and have a colour display
   and capacitive touch sensor.

   One such company Allwinner totally obliterrated Intel if
   you are not already aware, (but recently Allwinner seem to have
   lost their way, forgetting it is Linux that bought them
   the success, and all their CPU sales are failing
   on their failing support for Linux).
   Make Linux your friend and it will look after your sales.
   Don't ever forget that no matter which dumbo decides
   reality distortion fields work, they are wrong. Its only
   100% observance and support of Linux that brings in the money.

4. Very important - pressure ARM (and its developers at the very top)
   to name their registers and bit fields in their headers.
   Otherwise, whenever your code references, UART0.TX bit,
   guaranteed someone has decided to use    USART0.tx
   that break compatibilty, and its the fault of the trolls at
   the very top of the software tree writing out libs such
   as CMSIS who continue to troll and get this wrong every time.

5. So you got ARMs working in excess of 200MHz, fast enough to
   run minimal Linux, with free Eclipse IDE to write software,
   a programming tool for $20, a CMSIS lib that works,
   a graphics controller and LCD to suit, all running smoothly
   on Linux, what else can go wrong?

   Just spend 10 minutes drawing up a PCB in KiCAD with
   all the pins named and a layout that works for RAM, USB,
   flash, Ethernet, SATA, LCD, power supply, audio, mic,
   camera (etc) and distribute for free.

   PCBs of yesterday don't care much about routing and you would
   leave that to the customer, but today, it is 100% essential
   a working proven template for routing PCB is distributed
   with release of your CPU because no one in their
   right mind will try to second guess how best to route their
   tracks to YOUR new CPU and get it right unless you released a free
   sample in KiCAD.

   Tracks such as SATA, and DDR work at GHz speeds, and it is
   impossible for anyone to second guess the best routing.
   There are just too many pins and issues to comprehend.
   In the world of single click instant gratification,  
   there is KiCAD available that works with ALL Linux
   to get the PCB routing out to the masses so that your
   chips find its way into products in hours and days
   instead of months and years.

As a retailer, what about you and this thing called Linux and grabbing
some of that 2 trillion dollars flowing past?

If trolls are pointing this way and that and saying
things like appile and microshaft, then you must
love your reality distortion fields
and the 10% of the entire market share
more than life itself.

The other 90% contains Linux if you didn't know.
So if you want to win, you must go out there,
seek out all the Linux products and gadgets, and pack 90%
of your shelves with gadgets that contain Linux.
Make the enquiry with product makers  
to make sure the products contain
Linux to stack your shelves with more and more
Linux gadgets that are coming out every day.


Re: Linux inside is worth $2 trillion in sales
On 14-10-11 02:47 PM, 7 wrote:
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I'm sure you have sources for all of the "facts" you put into your post.

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