Building Embedded Linux Systems


This book’s approach is to allow you to pull Linux toward your design by providing all the details and discussing many of the corner cases encountered when using Linux in embedded systems. Although it is not possible to claim that this book covers all embedded designs, the resources provided here allow you to easily obtain the rest of the information required for you to customize and use Linux in your embedded system.


This book is not authored or published by semiconductor club. All credits goes to respective author and publisher.
    • Title: Building Embedded Linux Systems
    • Size: 4 MB
    • Page: 464 Pages
    • Page Color: Color Page
    • Year: 2008
    • Author: Karim Yaghmour, Jon Masters, Gilad Ben-Yossef, and Philippe Gerum
    • Country:  United States of America
    • Branch: Electrical, Electronics
    • Chapters: 14 Chapters
    • Edition: Second Edition
    • Introduction
    • Basic Concepts
    • Hardware Support
    • Development Tools
    • Kernel Considerations
    • Root Filesystem Content
    • Storage Device Manipulation
    • Root Filesystem Setup
    • Setting Up the Bootloader
    • Setting Up Networking Services
    • Debugging Tools
    • Introduction to Real-Time Linux
    • The Xenomai Real-Time System
    • The RT Patch


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