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Raspberry Pi

Raspberry PI is about the size of a credit card, has a 32-bit ARM processor and uses a Fedora distribution of Linux for its default operating system (OS).

BeagleBone Black

BeagleBone Black is a low-cost, community-supported development platform for developers and hobbyists.

Open Source

The term usually means that the information regarding Hardware and Software is easily available. There are no hassles for working with them and you can experiment with them.

AVR

The AVR is a modified Harvard architecture 8-bit RISC single chip micro controller.

BeagleBoard-xM

The BeagleBoard-xM is a 1 GHz ARM Cortex-A8 core designed with community inputs in mind. This open hardware design brings the previous generations' laptop-like performance and expandability to the next level.

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RTLinux

RTLinux (Code: EIRT-002)

RTLinux is a hard realtime RTOS (Real Time Operating System) microkernel that runs the entire Linux operating system as a fully preemptive process. Successful real-time applications have been demonstrated in the past few years by research groups in universities, government laboratories and industry, the real-time modifications are stable and proven, and commercial enterprises are offering training and support services.

Prerequisites:

  • General understanding about operating system concepts is assumed
  • A good knowledge of Linux commands, Linux internals
  • Basic knowledge of Device Drivers would be an added advantage

Course Overview:

  • Introduction
  • RTCore Basics
  • Real-time Concepts and RTCore
  • The RTCore API and POSIX compliance
  • Communication between RTCore and the GPOS
  • Debugging in RTCore
  • Tracing in RTCore
  • IRQ Control
  • Writing Device Drivers
  • RTCore Drivers
  • Real-time Networking
  • RTCore Networking
  • PSDD
  • The RTCore POSIX namespace
  • VxIT
  • Controls Kit (CKit)
  • Familiarizing with RTLinuxPro
  • RTLinuxPro Optimizations
  • In-kernel C++ Support
  • System Testing

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