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GNU/Linux Rapid Embedded Programming by Rodolfo Giometti

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Installing a development system

The target of this book is to explain how to get access to the several peripherals present on our boards and how to quickly write programs to manage their data. In order to do it, we need a good developing system. That's why, in this section, we will install a Debian OS on each board.

One of the main advantages of GNU/Linux-based boards is the fact that we can have the same developing environment regardless of the board we decide to use. In order to practically demonstrate this fact, we will install exactly the same OS on each board (even if a preloaded OS may be already present on some boards). To do this, we just need an SD (or microSD) card to store our developing OS and then follow the instructions in the upcoming ...

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