Embedded Linux

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Sams Publishing, 2001 - 192 lappuses

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.

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Software Considerations
3
Embedded Linux Toolkits
4
Kernel Features
5
Creating or Acquiring a Development Environment
9
Software Size
10
Upgrading the Software in Place
11
Minimal Linux
13
Stripping Distributions Versus Building Your Own
15
Software
106
Installing the Embedded Linux Workshop
107
Your First Embedded Linux Workshop Project
108
A Tour of the Embedded Linux Workshop
112
The Project Directory
122
The Build Process
124
Terminology
125
Static Application Example Minicom
127

Software Subsystems
16
C Compiler
19
Summary
25
Software Configuration
27
Dealing with Software Expectations
28
Summary
35
Booting Your Embedded Linux Device
37
Understanding the Boot Process
38
Sample BIOS and Boot Loader
40
Summary
51
Hardware
53
Hardware Considerations
55
Determining the Design Goal
56
Processor Choices
60
InputOutput
61
Implementing an Embedded Linux Application
63
Embedded Linux Toolkits
65
What Constitutes an Embedded Linux Toolkit?
66
BlueCat Linux from LynuxWorks
67
PeeWeeLinux
80
Summary
99
The Embedded Linux Workshop
101
General Goals
102
Requirements
104
Hardware
105
Procedure
128
Troubleshooting
135
Testing and Debugging
137
Debugging Tools
139
Embedded Linux Success Stories
145
Diamond Riocar
146
Axis Network Camera
147
Appendixes
149
GNU General Public License
151
TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR COPYING DISTRIBUTION AND MODIFICATION
152
How to Apply These Terms to Your New Programs
157
GNU Lesser General Public License
159
Preamble
160
TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR COPYING DISTRIBUTION AND MODIFICATION
161
How to Apply These Terms to Your New Libraries
168
Booting from Flash Memory
169
Building the DiskOnChip Files
171
Files
178
Installing the Image or Files onto the DiskOnChip
179
Summary
180
Embedded Linux Resources
181
Web Sites Devoted to Embedded Linux
182
Index
183
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Par autoru (2001)

John Lombardo has been working with Linux since the "0.9" days. His ShareTheNet software product enables a novice user to easily create a highly functional router out of an old x86 computer using Linux. Lately, John has been working on several embedded Linux projects, including easy-to-use IPSEC routers, ARM7-based NAT routers, and this book. John has a BS in Computer Science.

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