Embedded Operating Systems: A Practical Approach (Undergraduate Topics in Computer Science)

Embedded Operating Systems: A Practical Approach (Undergraduate Topics in Computer Science)

Alan Holt, Chi-Yu Huang


This practically-oriented textbook/reference offers a transparent advent to the several part components of an working approach and the way those paintings together.

The easy-to-follow textual content covers the bootloader, kernel, filesystem, shared libraries, start-up scripts, configuration records and process utilities. The method for construction every one part is defined intimately, guiding the reader during the means of making a totally practical GNU/Linux embedded working system.

Topics and features:
* offers a concise assessment of the GNU/Linux approach, and an in depth evaluate of GNU/Linux filesystems
* Describes the best way to construct an embedded approach to run on a digital laptop, and to run natively on an exact processor
* Introduces the concept that of the compiler toolchain, demonstrating the right way to strengthen a go toolchain in order that courses should be equipped on quite a number assorted architectures
* Discusses the ARM-based structures BeagleBone and Raspberry Pi
* Explains easy methods to construct OpenWRT firmware photos for OMxP Open-mesh units and the Dragino MS14 series

Ideal for undergraduate and graduate point scholars learning working platforms, the booklet also will turn out to be hugely worthy to execs all for this region.

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