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Embedded Linux Primer: A Practical, Real-World Approach
Comprehensive Real-World Guidance for Every Embedded Developer and Engineer This book brings together indispensable knowledge for building efficient, high-value, Linux-based embedded products: Drawing on years of experience as an embedded Linux consultant and field application engineer, Christopher Hallinan offers solutions for the specific technical issues you’re most likely to face, demonstrates how to build an effective embedded Linux environment, and shows how to use it as productively as possible.
Hallinan begins by touring a typical Linux-based embedded system, introducing key concepts and components, and calling attention to differences between Linux and traditional embedded environments. Writing from the embedded developer’s viewpoint, he thoroughly addresses issues ranging from kernel building and initialization to bootloaders, device drivers to file systems.
You’ll find especially detailed coverage of using development tools to analyze and debug embedded systems–including the art of kernel debugging. Embedded Linux Today 1. Open Source and the GPL 1. Free Versus Freedom 1. Standards and Relevant Bodies 1. Linux Standard Base 1. Open Source Development Labs 1. Carrier Grade Linux 1. Mobile Linux Initiative 1.
Service Availability Forum 1. Suggestions for Additional Reading Chapter 2. Your First Embedded Experience 2. Anatomy of an Embedded System 2.
Typical Embedded Linux Setup 2. Starting the Target Board 2. Flash File Systems 2. Process Virtual Memory 2. Embedded Linux Distributions 2. Commercial Linux Distributions 2. Do-It-Yourself Linux Distributions 2. Suggestions for Additional Reading Chapter 3.
Intel Pentium M 3. Systems on Chip 3. Suggestions For Additional Reading Chapter 4. Kernel Source Repositories 4. Linux Kernel Construction 4. Top-Level Source Directory 4. Compiling the Kernel 4. Kernel Image Components 4.
Kernel Build System 4. Configuration Editor s 4. Custom Configuration Options 4. Obtaining a Linux Kernel 4. What Else Do I Need?
Suggestions for Additional Reading Chapter 5. Piggy and Friends 5. The Image Object 5. Initialization Flow embedved Control 5. Kernel Command Line Processing 5. The init Thread 5. Initialization via initcalls 5.
Final Boot Steps 5. Suggestions for Additional Reading Chapter 6. Root File System 6. File System Hierarchy Standard 6. File System Layout 6. Minimal File System 6. The Root FS Challenge 6.
Automated File System Build Tools 6. Kernels Last Boot Steps 6. First User Space Program 6. Linu Initial Process 6. The Init Process 6.
Embedded Linux Primer: A Practical, Real-World Approach – Hallinan Christopher
Example Web Server Startup Script 6. Initial RAM Disk 6. Booting with initrd 6. Bootloader Support for initrd 6. The initrd Plumbing 6. Building an initrd Image 6.
Suggestions for Additional Reading Chapter 7. Role of a Bootloader 7. Flash Versus RAM 7. U-Boot Command Sets 7. EP U-Boot Port 7. U-Boot Makefile Configuration Target 7. EP Processor Initialization 7. U-Boot Image Format 7. Still More Bootloaders 7. Suggestions for Additional Reading Chapter 8.
Device Driver Basics 8. Device Driver Concepts 8.
Device Driver Architecture 8. Minimal Device Driver Example 8. Module Build Infrastructure 8. Installing Your Device Driver 8.
Loading Your Module 8. Driver File System Operations 8. Device Nodes and mknod 8. Bringing It All Together 8. Device Drivers and the GPL 8. Suggestions for Additional Reading Chapter 9. Linux File System Concepts 9. Mounting a File System 9. Checking File System Integrity 9. Network File System 9. Pseudo File Systems 9. Proc File System denugging. Other File Systems 9. Building a Simple File System 9.
Suggestions for Additional Reading Chapter Enabling MTD Services Redboot Partition Table Partitioning Kernel Command Line Partitioning