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Linux: Embedded Development by Chris Simmonds, Alex González, Alexandru Vaduva

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Project lifecycle

This book is divided into four sections that reflect the phases of a project. The phases are not necessarily sequential. Usually they overlap and you will need to jump back to revisit things that were done previously. However, they are representative of a developer's preoccupations as the project progresses:

  • Elements of embedded Linux (chapters 1 to 6) will help you set up the development environment and create a working platform for the later phases. It is often referred to as the "board bring-up" phase.
  • System architecture and design choices (chapters 7 to 9) will help you to look at some of the design decisions you will have to make concerning the storage of programs and data, how to divide work between kernel device drivers ...

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