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    Absolutely not a fan of the name. Too Linux-centric.

    Low cost PLC running open source PLC porgramming languages

    A PLC implemented on top of Linux would be a comically bloated and unreliable PLC implementation.

    industrial-grade

    There’s nothing industrial-grade about Linux. It’s quite an irresponsible statement. I hope nobody gets killed in some factory due to a Linux crash on one of these boards.

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      There’s nothing industrial-grade about Linux. It’s quite an irresponsible statement. I hope nobody gets killed in some factory due to a Linux crash on one of these boards.

      I am genuinely curious what you consider non-industrial-grade about Linux.

      Also, the “industrial grade” part actually refers the the hardware, not Linux.

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        I am genuinely curious what you consider non-industrial-grade about Linux.

        Linux is not suitable for hard realtime or high assurance. Industrial-grade generally refers to reliability, the sort Linux can’t provide.

        Also, the “industrial grade” part actually refers the the hardware, not Linux.

        Considering the SBC’s name, this board is meant to run Linux.