A five day course showing how to implement Linux on a typical development board (ARM core).
Delegates will learn:
Who Should Attend:
Software engineers who are developing applications for embedded or real-time Linux. Engineers wishing to assess the suitability of Linux for their next application.
Duration: Five days.
The course presents embedded and real-time concepts applied to Linux using an ARM9 development board as the target (a Digi ConnectCore Wi-9C). The host development system is a standard PC running Linux. We use the target as an example of a simple embedded system which can control hardware via a simple digital I/O interface. Lab sessions follow a logical sequence, and result in “the world’s first Linux-powered web-controlled washing machine”.