Embedded Linux Programming Learn to Write and Debug Linux Programs on Real Target Hardware

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Embedded Linux Programming
  • Delivery Type: The Course is taken online
  • Length of Access: 1 year
  • Features: 24/7 Access, Real Instructors, Classroom Materials and Exercise Guides.
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There are many things that can affect the quality of your video so we have put together these instructions to help you review all the things that need to be tested in order to trouble-shoot video quality.

The first thing we want to assure you is that we have done everything possible to make sure that our videos will play well.  Our videos are hosted in the cloud by Akamai.  Akamai has servers around the world to make sure that your videos are sent from the server that is closest to you.  By hosting our videos with Akamai we make sure that you receive the highest video quality. If you are experiencing video buffering or freezing at home or at the office there are a number of things you can do to help us troubleshoot.

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    • This is measured by a letter scale with A being the best.
      • If your Packet Loss is below a B, your connection is losing pieces of the video and causing the video to skip.
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    • Try from a different location using a different network.
    • If you are on a wireless connection try a wired solution.
    • If you are on a home network:
      • Test playing the videos when you are the only user on the network.
      • Try by-passing your router to eliminate it as the point of failure. A direct plug from your ISP to your computer will take care of this and will make sure that neither your router nor other users are affecting your connection.
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  • Make sure you do not have any other programs open. File sharing and peer to peer sharing programs, even when limited to low bandwidth, can make it almost impossible to stream properly.
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  • Submitting Debugging Information If you have tried everything else and still are having trouble viewing the videos, you can visit this page where you can help us debug your particular setup by following the instructions on the page and submit the debugging information to us.
Video Title
Length
00: Introduction to Embedded Linux
5 min
01: Introducing and Installing Linux
17 min
02: Linux Features and the File System
12 min
03: KDE Desktop Environment
2 min
04: Exploring the Desktop Demo
4 min
05: File Manager Demo
4 min
06: The Linux Command Shell
8 min
07: Shell Basics Demo
6 min
08: Graphical Help Demo
3 min
09: Installing Class Software
3 min
10: The Eclipse Development Environment
10 min
11: The Eclipse Menu
10 min
12: Eclipse Workbench Demo
11 min
13: Creating an Eclipse Project
4 min
14: Debugging with Eclipse Demo
11 min
15: Configuring Eclipse Demo
6 min
16: Configure Minicom
7 min
17: Configure Networking & Target Board
6 min
18: Building and Running Target Applications
13 min
19: Sys File System Demo
8 min
20: Code Review Demo
7 min
21: Debugging: On the Target and the Workstation
14 min
22: SSH & Remote Debugger Demo
5 min
23: Simulation Debug Configuration Demo
8 min
24: Multi-threading
22 min
25: Code Review: monitor.c Demo
4 min
26: Networking Part 1
9 min
27: Networking Code Review Demo
14 min
28: Networking Part 2
14 min
29: Testing Multiple Clients Demo
6 min
30: Monkey Web Server Demo
9 min
31: Graphics Device Driver
15 min
32: Graphics Code Review Demo
4 min
33: Configuring and Building the Linux Kernel
17 min
34: Tour of the Kernel Source Tree Demo
7 min
35: Make xconfig Demo
12 min
36: Busybox
10 min
37: Busybox Demo
11 min
38: Booting the Raspberry Pi
10 min
39: U-boot Demo
13 min
40: Booting the Application—Getting Ready to Ship
9 min
41: Startup Demo
8 min
42: Systemd
5 min
43: Course Summary
8 min
Total:
6 hrs 31 mins

Doug Abbott

Doug Abbott is a consultant, author, and trainer with over thirty years experience in the computing field. He has done both hardware and software design primarily in the area of data acquisition and instrumentation. As a software engineer, his focus has been on the operating system and device driver level with a particular emphasis on embedded applications of Linux.

As an instructor, Mr. Abbott has developed and taught several courses--both in-person and on-line--for UC Berkeley Extension and UC San Diego Extension. These classes have also been presented on-site to a number of well-known institutions including NASA Houston, Wind River Systems, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, and TRW among others.

Doug is the author of three books:

     Embedded Linux Development using Eclipse

     Linux for Embedded and Real-time Applications, 2nd Ed.

     PCI Bus Demystified, 2nd Ed.

Doug has both a bachelor's and master's degree in electrical engineering from UC Berkeley. He is a member of the Professional and Technical Consultants Association (PATCA).

 

System Requirements

Hardware: 

Workstation - class PC with Linux.  Minimum requirements are:

  • 1 GHz processor
  • 4 GB RAM
  • 50 GB free disk space
  • Ethernet port
  • USB port

The Embedded Linux Learning Kit - included when you purchase this course.  GogoTraining will contact you by the next business day regarding your shipping address and then the kit will be sent to you.

 Software:

The preferred Linux distribution is CentOS 7, but any current distribution is fine.

Eclipse is included on the DVD you will receive with the class.

Course Materials

When you purchase this course you will receive access to these materials.

  • Student Guide
  • Exercise Guide

Course Links

These links are activated when you purchase this course.

  • Course Survey

Transcript

This course comes with a Transcript that tracks your progress. You can use your transcript to view and monitor your progress and when you complete the course, you can print or email the transcript.

Certificate of Completion

You will be awarded a Certificate of Completion when you finish this course. You will be able to print or email the certificate and share your accomplishment with everyone.

QA Forum

Interested in an Instructor Support Package? Click here to receive information on how to join the Instructor Access Forum.

When you purchase this course you will be able to use the QA Forum and have direct access to the instructor.