Optimizing Embedded Linux
Unix Review brings us:
Optimizing Embedded Linux.
"Software development for embedded Linux requires cross-development tools, the Linux kernel, device drivers for the embedded device's I/O ports and peripherals, common libraries, and a means to load the software into the embedded device. Luckily, embedded Linux distributions generally include all the tools, kernel, drivers, libraries, and loaders you need for product development to take place."
(Submitted by Noel Tue May 7, 2002 )
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