Tuesday 16 October 2018

Developing & Delivering KnowHow

Home > Events > Getting Started with Yocto

Getting Started with Yocto:
Meeting the challenge of Embedded Linux deployment

The webinar has ended - sorry you missed it! To keep up to date with the latest training webinars sign up for Doulos emails


Webinar Overview:

Are you involved with creating Linux-based systems for embedded technology?
Are you interested in finding out what Yocto is and how it can help with the challenge?

Then start here...

This webinar investigates how a minimal Linux system can be extended to include custom, packaged software. We demonstrate how standard Linux tools, such as gdbserver or the Target Communication Framework agent (TCF agent), drop out of the build system and can be used in a stand-alone SDK. In the process, key concepts of the Yocto Project build system such as recipes, tasks and layers will be introduced. A board from the Toradex Colibri ARM family of SoMs will be used as an example platform.

The webinar covers the following topics:

Yocto Project logo Managed Linux distributions
The Yocto build system
Creating custom software packages
Application development and systems development SDKs
Example BSP support

Adrian Thomasset

Doulos Senior Member Technical Staff, and Yocto expert Adrian Thomasset will be broadcasting this training webinar. It will consist of a one-hour session, (see below for details) and will be interactive with Q&A participation from delegates.




FREE online support resources with Doulos KnowHow:

Doulos KnowHow includes:
  • technical information
  • coding examples
  • guidelines
  • tips
  • tutorials
  • video guides
  • downloads.


Visit: www.doulos.com/knowhow »


Yocto training available NOW from Doulos:

EMBEDDED / ARM TRAINING:
Designing Embedded Systems with Yocto
More information / enquire »
ARM and Embedded Software Training »  
View full Doulos training schedule »  
Please contact Doulos to schedule a public course to suit you, or to discuss onsite training.


Privacy Policy Site Map Contact Us