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Seattle Embedded Linux class includes uClinux dev kit

Mar 30, 2001 — by Rick Lehrbaum — from the LinuxDevices Archive
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Lindon, UT — (press release excerpt) — Need to learn the ins and outs of using Linux for your embedded devices? Lineo Education Services is offering training that will jump start your project, providing you with hands-on learning. Included with the course is the uClinux distribution and a uCsimm developer board, so you can continue to practice and develop your skills long after the course is over.

uClinux provides an embedded Linux platform for MMU-less devices (MMU = Memory Management Unit). This three-day course teaches the basic characteristics of Linux, focusing on those that make it suited for use in embedded environments. Participants learn how to install and compile the uClinux distribution, manually build a version that provides a compact OS for an embedded device, install the build on the target system, and test
its operation.

Course Outline . . .

    Intoduction to Linux Basics
      Review basic Linux System Setup and Navigation
      Serial Monitor mysteries
      Network Interfaces
    Linux Development tools
    Cross Development toolchain
    Creating an Embedded Kernel
    Embedded Device Drivers
    Hardware programming
    User Applications
    Embedded Networking
    Web Server
    Flash Memory Programming
    uCLib-C
    BusyBox
    TinyLogin
“Embedded Linux Programming with uClinux” will be offered in Seattle, WA on April 24-26. It will be taught by Phil Wilshire, an expert in embedded systems development with uClinux. For more information or to register, send your contact information to [email protected]. Cost of the training is $1495. If you register by April 6, you will get a 10% discount.

 
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