Building Embedded Linux Systems

Written on July 10, 2011. Written by .

This book is a good source of information for setting up the Linux software of an embedded system. It does not give a lot of explanation of embedded systems or using the software. Because of its focus, it is not that enjoyable to read and it isn’t a very thorough introduction to embedded system design, but it is certainly a useful reference for anyone who actually has to setup an embedded linux system. Cross-compiling programs for an embedded system is often a tricky task, and this book gives hints for how to cross- compile many common linux programs. Although most of the book feels like a lot of words without a lot of content, it is a fairly useful resource.

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