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Experience the Course: Introduction to Embedded Android Development (LF308)

In this Linux training course video, Chris Simmonds, instructor for Introduction to Embedded Android Development and Inside Android: An Intro To Android Internals (LF315), shares how you can get the Android operating system working on an embedded device..  You'll learn some of the advantages and key challenges you'll run into when embedding Android on a device.  

 

 

Experience the Course: Developing Applications for Linux (LF312)

In this Linux training course video, Linux Foundation Training Director, Jerry Cooperstein, takes you through a section of Developing Applications for Linux on how to create and destroy processes. Included is how to utilize fork(), exec(), clone(), or system() to create a process and deal with zombie processes.  

 



Experience the Course: Linux Kernel Internals & Debugging (LF320)

In this Linux training course video, Linux Foundation Training Director, Jerry Cooperstein, provides a sample from Linux Kernel Internals and Debugging that outlines how Linux kernel modules are written and used in Linux. Included in this training course video is how kernel modules are compiled and how they're loaded and unloaded.

 

 

 

Experience the Course: Building Embedded Linux with the Yocto Project (LF405)

In this Linux training course video, Linux Foundation Director of Embedded Solutions, Rudi Steif, takes you through course material from Building Embedded Linux with the Yocto Project on how to utilize the Yocto Project to build a board support package (BSP) with a BeagleBone from Texas Instruments.  This Linux training course video includes using Minicom for target board set up and partitioning and formatting an SD chip for use with a BeagleBone and Linux.   

 

 

 

Experience the Course: Embedded Linux Development (LF411)

In this Linux training course video, instructor Behan Webster takes you through a sample of some of the material found in the Embedded Linux Development course. Webster shares options that can be used to build an embedded Linux device without using an embedded Linux distribution and details some root filesystem choices.