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linux skills required for eda tools

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Hello friends
Before posting this thread i have searched on the internet and on the forum about linux, all i could find was traditional tutorials about linux as an OS. I have studied a few linux commands but i want to study linux for electronics. for example developing AVR needs working with "makefiles"??, GNU tool chain and so on...... so where to find info about such practical things
 

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understanding gcc toolchain is good for your purpose.
download manuals from:
Online Manuals - GNU Project - Free Software Foundation

where you will see manuals for all gnu tools.

then there are lot of sites for understanding gcc , make etc.
google for basics of ...

remember if you can understand the 'make ' you can do anything in gnu tools.

a simple introduction to make was available in "turboc reference"
(yes , turboc has "make"---but nobody uses it)
if you can get turboc manual then you will get the philosophy behind make.
 

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