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Embedded Linux®: Hardware, Software, and Interfacing
By Craig Hollabaugh Ph.D.
Publisher: Addison Wesley
Pub Date: March 07, 2002
ISBN: 0-672-32226-9
Pages: 432
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   About the Author
      Benefits of This Book
      What This Book Covers
      Who This Book Is For
      Conventions Used in This Book
    Part I:  Getting Started
        Chapter 1.  Introducing Embedded Linux
      Why Linux, Why Now?
      What Is an Embedded System?
      What Does Real-Time Mean?
      Implications of Open Source
      Additional Reading
        Chapter 2.  System Architecture
      Introducing Project Trailblazer
      The Silverjack Resort Layout
      Project Trailblazer Requirements
      The Project Trailblazer System Architecture
        Chapter 3.  Selecting a Platform and Installing Tool Sets
      Sources of Information
      The Project Trailblazer Strategic Direction
      Building tbdev1 , the Embedded Linux Development Workstation
      Additional Reading
        Chapter 4.  Booting Linux
      The Target PBRs
      The Linux Boot Process
      The Linux root Filesystem
      Creating the root Filesystem
      Installing the TFTP Server
      Installing minicom
      Booting the Embedded Planet RPX-CLLF
      Booting the Brightstar Engineering MediaEngine
      Booting the Tri-M MZ104 and the COTS PC with a Flash IDE Drive
      Boot Comparison
      Additional Reading
        Chapter 5.  Debugging
      Introducing gdb
      Local Debugging
      Remote Debugging
      Network-Mounting the root Filesystem
      Additional Reading
    Part II:  Interfacing
        Chapter 6.  Asynchronous Serial Communication Interfacing
      The Project Trailblazer Asynchronous Serial Hardware Development Environment
      Linux Serial Communications
      Additional Reading
        Chapter 7.  Parallel Port Interfacing
      Control Using the Parallel Port
      Standard Parallel Port Control with Port I/O
      Standard Parallel Port Control Using ppdev
      Developing a Custom Device Driver
      Standard Parallel Port Control Using the Custom Device Driver liftmon_snowcon
      Additional Reading
        Chapter 8.  USB Interfacing
      Learning About USB
      Project Trailblazer USB Hardware
      Additional Reading
        Chapter 9.  Memory I/O Interfacing
      The Hardware Design Process
      Developing Lift Monitoring and Snow-Making Control for the MediaEngine
      Developing Lift Monitoring and Snow-Making Control for the RPX-CLLF
      Additional Reading
        Chapter 10.  Synchronous Serial Communication Interfacing
      Temperature Sensing and Display
      SPI Communication and the LM70
      I2C Communication with the Philips Semiconductor SAA1064
      Additional Reading
        Chapter 11.  Using Interrupts For Timing
      Linux Timing Sources
      Measuring Interrupt Latency
      Implementing the Race Timer
      Additional Reading
        Chapter 12.  System Integration
      Integration Overview
      Installing the System Integration Applications
      Creating and Testing the Project Trailblazer Database
      Developing the Target and CGI Integration Scripts
      Additional Reading
        Chapter 13.  Final Thoughts
      GUI Development
      Real-time Capabilities
      The Embedded Linux Vendor Offerings
      Project Trailblazer Hardware
      Additional Reading


Embedded LinuxR. Hardware, Software, and Interfacing
Embedded LinuxR. Hardware, Software, and Interfacing
Year: 2001
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