Table of Contents

Dedication

Preface

Audience and Prerequisites

Personal Biases

Organization

Part 1: Introduction and Getting Started

Chapter 1. The Embedded and Real-Time Space

What Is Embedded?

What Is Real-Time?

How and Why Does Linux Fit In?

Where Is Linux Embedded?

Open Source Licensing

Resources

Chapter 2. Installing Linux

Distributions

Hardware Requirements

Installation Scenarios

DVD or Live CD?

Installation Process

Resources

Chapter 3. Introducing Linux

Running Linux—KDE

Linux Features

Protected Mode Architecture

The Linux Process Model

The Linux File System

System Configuration

The Shell

Getting Help

Resources

Chapter 4. The Host Development Environment

Cross-Development Tools—The GNU Tool Chain

Install Software

The Terminal Emulator, minicom

Networking

Resources

Chapter 5. The Hardware

Embedded Hardware

ARM Single Board Computer

What About Other Boards?

Setting Up the Mini2440

Flash Memory and File Systems

Preparing the Board

The Boot Loader

Resources

Chapter 6. Eclipse Integrated Development Environment

Overview

Installation

Using Eclipse

The C Development Environment—CDT

The Program

Building the Project

Debugging with CDT

Finish Debugging

Summary

Resources

Part 2: Application Programming in a Cross-Development Environment

Chapter 7. Accessing Hardware from User Space

Review

ARM I/O Architecture

Accessing I/O from Linux—Our First Program

The led Program

A Data Acquisition Example

Resources

Chapter 8. Debugging Embedded Software

Remote D

Details

No. of pages:
296
Language:
English
Copyright:
© 2013
Published:
Imprint:
Newnes
Print ISBN:
9780124159969
Electronic ISBN:
9780123914330