A lot of work goes into writing a book. Without the following people’s hard work, this book would not have been possible, so a great deal of credit must go to them for making Embedded Linux the book it is. However, any errors or omissions are your author’s responsibility—so email me, not them.
Erik Andersen set me straight on several technical issues, including turning my bogus description of real-time into something really worth reading. Thanks also to Ingo Cyliax and Mark Whitley for providing invaluable feedback, corrections, etc.
My thanks to all of the following:
Robin Drake for guiding me through the process, providing great insight into our little part of the publishing industry.
John Keefe for testing the step-by-step procedures. ...