Embedded Linux provides the reader the information needed to design, develop, and debug an embedded Linux appliance. It explores why Linux is a great choice for an embedded application and what to look for when choosing hardware.
From the Publisher
John Lombardo has written an excellent book on working with embedded devices and Linux. He's an exceptional author and a true New Riders VOICE THAT MATTERS. John's eye for detail and accuracy are amazing and it really shows in his work. His thoroughness and understanding of the topic is something you will certainly benefit from. Please share with us what you think of his work. ~Stephanie Wall, Executive Editor, email@example.com
- Why Linux?
- Advantages of Open Source
- Disadvantages of Open Source
- Real-Time Operating Systems
- Minimal Linux
- Static Versus Dynamic Linking
- Understanding the Boot Process
- Hardware Considerations
- Choosing an Embedded Linux Toolkit
- Debugging Your Application
- Debugging Tools
The rapid rise of Linux as a standard in embedded devices has resulted in a need for better texts. John Lombaro's in-depth understanding of the topic and his straightforward approach make this the perfect book for getting started in embedded systems programming.
~Bob Young, Chairman and Co-founder, Red Hat, Inc.
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