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Embedded Linux by John Lombardo

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Summary

Setting up a Linux system is quite complex. Much of that complexity stems from the fact that there are so many configuration files spread across the directory tree, each of which has a unique syntax. Programmers who want to create an embedded application can make their job a lot easier by planning out how to configure the machine, both at build time and runtime.

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