A three-day Hands-On Embedded and Real-Time Linux course will be offered by UC Berkeley Extension from March 24-26, 2003. The course focuses on how Linux has been adapted for use in embedded environments, both PC and non-PC. Through extensive hands-on lab work, participants will learn how to install a cross-development environment, build a compact version of Linux for an embedded device, install the… build on the target system, and test its operation. Course participants will create and test programs that exercise I/O as well as networking applications and also explore real-time extensions. The course is designed for programmers designing and implementing software for high-end embedded computer products, either in consumer or industrial markets.
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