Embedded Linux: from binary to source distributions
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This webinar outlines how to manage an Embedded Linux development environment starting from a binary distribution and extending it in order to control all the components, such as the toolchain, the board support software as well as application software.
On targets using SoC parts with mixed FPGA and application processors it is essential to distinguish the components which are handed over from the design teams (bitstreams, the device tree or a signed first stage bootloader) from the components that will be changed during the Linux development process. Pre-built binary Linux distributions are typically available as bootable images which can be copied to an MMC/SD card. We will highlight in particular the interaction between the Angstrom distribution and the Yocto Project. A long term development and integration environment can then be achieved using the Yocto Project environment and we illustrate this with the EBV Socrates starter kit.
Doulos Senior Member Technical Staff Adrian Thomasset, will present this training webinar, which will consist of a one-hour broadcast with interactive Q&A available to attendees throughout.
Attendance is free of charge.
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