for Embedded and Real-time Applications - 4th Edition
updated fourth edition of the classic bestseller is almost completely
rewritten to highlight the latest advances in the world of embedded
Linux, including the 4.x series kernels, cross-development tools, and
integrated development environment.
practical, hands-on guide covers the many issues of special concern to
Linux users in the embedded space, taking into account their specific
needs and constraints.
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- What is
Open Source and why you should care
- The GNU
development for the ARM processor
- The Eclipse integrated development
and building the kernel
on the target
- Linux and real-time
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PCI Bus Demystified,
This practical guide to the PCI bus has
updated and expanded to include coverage of PCI-X 2.0. The book covers
PCI Local Bus Specification version 2.2 and other recent developments,
including the new PCI Hot-Plug Specification, changes to the PCI-to-PCI
Bridge Architecture Specification, revisions to the PCI Bus Power
Management Interface Specification, and the new features of the PCI
BIOS Specification. It provides clear and concise explanations of the
PCI to the rest of the system and PCI fundamentals, including commands,
read and write transfers, memory and I/O addressing, error handling,
interrupts, and configuration transactions and registers.
Development using Eclipse
Over the past few years the open
source Eclipse platform has become the de facto standard for Integrated
Development Environments in the embedded software industry.
Embedded Linux vendors such as Monta Vista, Wind River and LynuxWorks
have all adopted Eclipse as the basis for there respective tool chains.
practical, hands-on guide, Doug Abbott walks you through the steps
required to successfully use the Eclipse platform for embedded software
development with a specific emphasis on Linux.
C/C++ Development Toolkit
to a remote target
code control (CVS)
By reading this book from start
to finish, the embedded developer will gain a rare insight into
everything Eclipse from its history, through a guided installation of
Eclipse and CDT, and then into examples of new features, new projects,
plug-ins and commercial offerings. This will give the
embedded developer a confidence and understanding to become very
productive very quickly when using this new environment.
From the foreward by Robert Day,
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