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[ANN] Building Embedded Systems with Linux and Open Source

Discussion in 'Embedded' started by Announcements, Jul 14, 2003.

  1. Do you need to:
    1) build and boot a Linux target with an initial RAM disk;
    2) build and boot a Linux target with NFS-mounted root
    file system;
    3) build and boot a Linux target from CompactFlash; and
    4) assemble a cross-development environment with compiler,
    assembler, linker and build your target kernel, kernel
    modules, application programs and standard shell-level
    utilities such as busybox, all from internet-gathered
    open sources?

    In "Building Embedded Systems with Linux and Open
    Source", that's what you'll do.
    This is a four-day, hands-on seminar in using Linux
    and open source software to craft embedded systems.
    Hands-on, collect it, configure it, build and boot it,
    that's what you will do.
    This course will be presented in the San Jose CA
    area, August 5-8, 2003 (Tuesday through Friday).
    This course enables software engineers to develop
    embedded systems using 100% open source software.
    Everything you need is available in the open source
    community. RyteTyme offers the "do it" experience you
    need to move beyond books and reference manuals. In
    this class you will gather the necessary source files,
    assemble the cross-development tool chain, build the
    bootable kernel and initial RAM disk, boot the target,
    reconfigure for an NFS-mounted root file system, build
    that file system and reboot the target accordingly.
    Then, you will build, configure, burn and boot a
    flash-based, completely independent target system.
    At the end of this four day class, you will have
    done it all, and all from open source gathered from the
    net. (Yes, it's an intense four days: bring your wits.)
    See http://www.rytetyme.com/ for details.
    Hope to see you there!
    Announcements, Jul 14, 2003
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