Building Embedded Linux Systems (2nd Edition) by Karim Yaghmour

By Karim Yaghmour

Karim Yaghmour, Jon Masters, "Building Embedded Linux platforms, 2d Edition"
2008 | ISBN: 0596529686 | writer: O’Reilly Media | MOBI | 462 pages | five + four MB

There's loads of pleasure surrounding using Linux in embedded structures -- for every thing from mobile phones to vehicle ABS platforms and water-filtration vegetation -- yet now not loads of functional details. development Embedded Linux platforms bargains an in-depth, hard-core consultant to assembling embedded platforms in line with Linux.

Updated for the most recent model of the Linux kernel, this new version can provide the fundamentals of establishing embedded Linux platforms, in addition to the configuration, setup, and use of greater than forty varied open resource and unfastened software program applications in universal use. The booklet additionally appears on the strengths and weaknesses of utilizing Linux in an embedded method, plus a dialogue of licensing matters, and an creation to real-time, with a dialogue of real-time thoughts for Linux.

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Chapter 4, “Boot process” on page 93 Describe LED codes (121, 223, 229, 551, 552, 553, 581, OC31, and OC32). Describe how to recover from a hung boot process. Describe run levels 0 through 9. local). Show, modify, and reset bootlist Section 4 - Configuration Describe the function of the ODM and the locations of its files. Query ODM. Describe the function of SMIT. Describe the process to run a Linux operating system application under the AIX 5L operating system. conf. Configure an Ethernet adapter (speed, duplex, and virtual Ethernet).

3 3 Chapter 3. System and software installation This chapter describes the installation process, the common commands that are used with the installation process, and the different methods available for installing software onto a system. You can find more information about the following topics in this chapter: Base Operating System (BOS) installation options Installation of the optional software Maintenance levels Software requirements BOS integrity © Copyright IBM Corp. 2006. All rights reserved.

Programs compiled to exploit POWER4 technology must be run on POWER4 or POWER5 processor types. Programs compiled to exploit POWER3 technology may be run on POWER3, POWER4, or POWER5 Chapter 2. System planning 15 processor types, though there may be some performance penalty when running on POWER4 or POWER5. Programs compiled to exploit PowerPC-based technology must be run on PowerPC-based processors. Existing binaries need not be recompiled to operate on the target processors. 4 64-bit applications from AIX Version 4 releases Any 64-bit applications produced using AIX Version 4 will not execute on AIX 5L.

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