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Nine week course on Embedded Linux at UCSD extension

Dec 19, 2002 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive
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UCSD Extension is offering the “Embedded Linux” course starting 1/8/2003 for nine Wednesday evenings as course ECE-40105 at their North County campus location. The prerequisites include having a running Linux system that you understand.

This course covers reconfiguring the linux kernel, review of init, system bootstrap using floppies or rom/eprom; considerations for public kiosks, industrial systems; internet upgrade, preventing user hacking and modification; digital input, memory mapped output, interactive devices, controlling external hardware, overview of device drivers; tool chains, real time extensions, cross compilers, linux for microcontrollers, uclinux development environment, ucsimm; handheld and consumer products running linux. Students are required to complete a hands-on embedded linux project.

 
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