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Building Embedded Linux Systems A guide to putting together embedded systems based on Linux. It gives you the basics of building embedded Linux systems, along with the configuration, setup, and use of more than 40 different open source and free software packages in common use. Full description


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didn't find any "tricks" and "traps" 19 février 2010
Par KaGe - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I bought this book when I had very little idea about embedded Linux systems. I tried reading it but found that its explanation of all available options / flavors, while informative, was unhelpful in trying to answer the question "what would i use to make a system of my own?". E.g. it talked about cramfs, jffs2 etc. but didn't quite address the issue of why i would choose one over the other and under which circumstances: e.g. a typical development system should use rootfs over NFS to allow for rapid iterative development and then switch to a flash based / sd-card based system for deployment (cramfs / jffs2 depending on the space constraint). A similar argument extends to uClibC vs. glibc etc.

Over the years, as I've gained experience with several embedded systems, the book's collection of all terms makes more sense, but more like an encyclopedia and a reference. I feel it still doesn't provide enough guidance on what would make a good embedded system: if i selected from the options presented, say cramfs on MIPS booting off sd-card, would i be tying locking myself into a hole? this information is better gained the hard way: looking at what platforms are already available and how active the support groups are for these.

Also, in the recent years, OpenEmbedded (OE) seems to have a strong developer push behind it. This book doesn't cover it at all.

I think the information in the book would be best complimented if the author paired the book material with a system that the readers could buy and build on their own as they read through the chapters. Yes, it would only be one specific selection from all options the book talks about, but I believe the process would be much more enlightening.
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Great source for working engineers 4 mai 2011
Par Steve Howard - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I've been an embedded software engineer for years, but I haven't done all the different parts of a project. There's always someone else who does the bootloader, or writes a particular class of driver. When a coworker loaded my his copy of Building Embedded Linux Systems, I jumped at the chance to learn some of those areas where my experience did not reach. Within a few days I ordered my own copy and I'm in the middle of reading it. This book has just the right balance of high-level organization information with low-level, how to do it, details. Excellent book.
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Not what I expected 7 octobre 2014
Par Andrew D. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
There is some good information in here, and some valuable resources, but the writing style seems more like a novel to me than technical literature. There seems to be some gaps, and a lack of in depth knowledge. I did not get what I wanted out of this book, so I will be trying another author.
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Very informative, not for beginners. 19 octobre 2013
Par Bill76065 - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book is not for novices. You will need to be familiar with embedded systems and Linux previous to reading it, but once the prerequisites are met, this book serves as a great resource.
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Excellent book! 9 juillet 2012
Par Djames - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I could to do many modifications in my project with this book. This is a book to read page-at-page, I'm really pleased!
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