Building Embedded Linux Systems shows you how to design and build your own embedded systems using Linux as the kernel and freely available open source tools as the framework.
Written by an active member of the open source community, the book is structured to gradually introduce readers to the intricacies of embedded Linux, with detailed information and examples in each chapter that culminate in describing how Linux is actually put on an embedded device.
It covers such topics as system components, an overview of the kernel architecture, debugging, device driver development and system initialization. Details are provided for various chips and other hardware, along with useful tools for monitoring and debugging. Sure to become the authoritative guide to the subject, Building Embedded Linux Systems is the only book that provides everything developers need for understand how and why embedded Linux systems are built they way they are.
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