Yocto Linux on Embedded Systems
Sign up now for the workshop with our Linux expert Tim Jaacks
The workshop combines hands-on exercises with theory to convey basic information about Linux (Yocto), enabling you to compile your own BSP by the end of the day.
Garz & Fricke have been offering solutions in the field of embedded systems for more than 20 years. The product lines of single-board computers and HMI devices are based on ARM technologies by NXP and are supplied with a ready-to-run pre-installed operating system.
More than 100 employees provide complete development support from a single source. Years of experience in the creation of
board support packages for all provided operating systems (Windows CE/Embedded Compact, Android and Linux) ensure an optimum level of support.
Who can take part?:
You are a software developer and want to work with Yocto Linux or considering using Linux as an operating system? The following previous knowledge is required: General experience with handling software projects (compiling, GNU Make, patches), fundamental understanding of Linux systems (kernel, root file system, boot procedure), experience working with the Linux Shell (basic commands, input/output redirection, pipes)
- What is Yocto?
Linux distributions | embedded Linux | open source | BitBake
- The source BSP
Folder structure | BitBake recipes, classes & variables | configuration files | layers
- The build process
BitBake tasks | build folders | log files | build environment
- The hardware
Garz & Fricke embedded systems | bootloader | Flash-N-Go System | device configuration | OS installation
- Customisation of the BSP
Creating a layer | Hello World application | custom image
The workshop fee is €490.00 plus VAT and includes participation, training materials, a certificate of participa- tion as well as drinks and a lunch buffet.
Event venue: Daily Fresh Hotel- & Konferenzcenter • Tempowerkring 6 • 21079 Hamburg from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Please sign up at: firstname.lastname@example.org (registration open until 12/05/17, number of participants limited to 15; minimum attendance: 5)