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> No, sir, we'll take today's latest SoC, wire a few extra devices wherever we can find some hole in the address map, put a castrated u-boot on it, and today's stable Linux tree, and here you go, here's your ``platform''. And people cheer.

today's stable Linux tree? Shit people still ship 2.6.x kernels these days because they don't want to invest the engineering resources to keep their vendor-specific customizations accumulated over YEARS in the same processor family up to date.

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