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need help to begin linux for embedded systems

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sandeep.embedded

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hi,

I want to learn linux for embedded system applications.
I havent linux yet so could u please suggest me some books(e-books)
and topics to be covered to become embedded linux geek.

Is learning kernal programming and device drivers development enough or
do i need to learn something more.

I am also ready to by a hardcopy of a book if it covers all the required topics.

Also tell me what RTlinux is.

regards.:D:D
 

cfant

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The answer to your question would require several books. Here is very short answer: Linux by it self is not hard real-time OS. That is why you will need RT extensions like RTLinux or RTAI. If you want to find more about RTAI vist www.rtai.org or about RTLinux www.fsmlabs.com.

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sinu_gowde

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these are some Embedde Linux books which you can refer:
1) Building Embedded Linux Systems
by Karim Yaghmour
2) Practical Linux Programming Device Drivers, Embedded Systems, an the Internet
by Ashfaq A Khan
3) Embedded Systems Design
by Steve Heath
4) Programming Embedded Systems in C and C++
by Michael Barr

cheers...
 
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