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Embedded Linux will help the user: select an Embedded Linux platform based on hardware requirements; build and boot a custom Linux kernel for the platform; remote debug programs running on the platform using GNU tools; connect data acquisition and control electronics/peripherals using the platforms serial, parallel, USB, I/O port and I2C interfaces; interface the periphera Embedded Linux will help the user: select an Embedded Linux platform based on hardware requirements; build and boot a custom Linux kernel for the platform; remote debug programs running on the platform using GNU tools; connect data acquisition and control electronics/peripherals using the platforms serial, parallel, USB, I/O port and I2C interfaces; interface the peripherals to the kernel and applications using modules; collect, control, store and present data via open source protocols and applications; and analyze Embedded Linux vendor product offerings. Salient Features Embedded Linux: Hardware, Software and Interfacing is one of the first books available that teaches you development and implementation of interfacing applications on an Embedded Linux platform. You will find a comprehensive discussion of platform selection, kernel compilation, booting, real world interfacing, application development with remote debugging, control, data collection, archiving and presentation. The chapter examples will teach hardware developers how to store and activate their field bits and deliver process information using open source software. Table of Contents I. Getting Started. 1. Introducing Embedded Linux. 2. System Architecture. 3. Selecting a Platform and Installing Tool Sets. 4. Booting Linux. 5. Debugging. II. Interfacing. 6. Asynchronous Serial Communication Interfacing. 7. Parallel Port Interfacing. 8. USB Interfacing. 9. Memory I/O Interfacing. 10. Synchronous Serial Communication Interfacing. 11. Using Interrupts for Timing. 12. System Integration. 13. Final Thoughts.


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Embedded Linux will help the user: select an Embedded Linux platform based on hardware requirements; build and boot a custom Linux kernel for the platform; remote debug programs running on the platform using GNU tools; connect data acquisition and control electronics/peripherals using the platforms serial, parallel, USB, I/O port and I2C interfaces; interface the periphera Embedded Linux will help the user: select an Embedded Linux platform based on hardware requirements; build and boot a custom Linux kernel for the platform; remote debug programs running on the platform using GNU tools; connect data acquisition and control electronics/peripherals using the platforms serial, parallel, USB, I/O port and I2C interfaces; interface the peripherals to the kernel and applications using modules; collect, control, store and present data via open source protocols and applications; and analyze Embedded Linux vendor product offerings. Salient Features Embedded Linux: Hardware, Software and Interfacing is one of the first books available that teaches you development and implementation of interfacing applications on an Embedded Linux platform. You will find a comprehensive discussion of platform selection, kernel compilation, booting, real world interfacing, application development with remote debugging, control, data collection, archiving and presentation. The chapter examples will teach hardware developers how to store and activate their field bits and deliver process information using open source software. Table of Contents I. Getting Started. 1. Introducing Embedded Linux. 2. System Architecture. 3. Selecting a Platform and Installing Tool Sets. 4. Booting Linux. 5. Debugging. II. Interfacing. 6. Asynchronous Serial Communication Interfacing. 7. Parallel Port Interfacing. 8. USB Interfacing. 9. Memory I/O Interfacing. 10. Synchronous Serial Communication Interfacing. 11. Using Interrupts for Timing. 12. System Integration. 13. Final Thoughts.

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