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µCos/µCLinux

µClinux (Code: EIRT-001)

Embedded Linux is the use of Linux in embedded computer systems such as mobile phones, personal digital assistants, media players, set-top boxes, and other consumer electronics devices, networking equipment, machine control, industrial automation, navigation equipment and medical instruments.

The original µClinux was a derivative of Linux 2.0 kernel intended for microcontrollers without Memory Management Units (MMUs). However, the Linux/Microcontroller project has grown both in brand recognition and coverage of processor architectures. Today’s µClinux as an operating system includes Linux kernel releases for 2.0.2.4 and 2.6 as well as a collection of user applications, libraries and tool chains.

Prerequisite:

  • A prior knowledge of C programming
  • Basic Linux commands
  • Basics of Linux
  • General understanding about operating system
  • Knowledge of Microprocessors or Microcontrollers concepts are assumed

Course Overview:

  • Introduction to Linux
  • Introduction to ARM Embedded Processor and its Architecture
  • Introduction to Embedded Linux
  • Shell Scripting using Bash
  • Building a cross-compiling toolchain for ARM
  • Bootloaders
  • Configuring Packages
  • Creating a simple, BusyBox based root file system from scratch
  • Block file systems
  • Flash file systems – Manipulating flash partitions
  • Cross compiling and booting a Linux kernel
  • Cross-compiling libraries and applications
  • Embedded system building tools
  • Porting Linux onto ARM based Board using storage
  • Porting Linux onto ARM based Board using Network
  • Developing and debugging applications for the embedded system
  • Implementing realtime requirements
  • Hotplugging
  • System optimizations

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