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Embedded Linux using Yocto Part 4, FreeTuts Download

Embedded Linux using Yocto Part 4   Free Tutorial Download

Prerequisites

  • Development machine with internet connection
  • Should have completed Embedded Linux Using Yocto Part 3 Course

Description

Learn the below concepts by enrolling in this course

  •  What is clean build
  • What is incremental build
  • Example of clean and incremental build
  • Shared State Cache (sstate-cache)
  • Build performance with and without sstate-cache
  • Tasks in Yocto
  •  What’s the benefit of per-task over per-recipe approach
  • How does shared state cache works (checksum / signatures and setscene)
  • Commands: bitbake-dumpsig, bitbake-diffsigs
  •  SSTATE_DIR variable
  •  Bitbake Clean tasks: clean, cleanall, cleansstate
  • What happens when you say bitbake target
  • PROVIDES list and what’s the benefit of PROVIDES list
  • Bitbake namespaces: recipe names (build time targets) and package names (run time targets)
  • RPROVIDES, virtual targets and PREFERRED_PROVIDER
  • How to select a recipe when multiple recipe of same name and different version exists
  • Yocto Linux Kernel Development (kernel source, configuration, patches)
  • Linux Kernel Recipes in Yocto (PREFERRED_PROVIDER / PREFERRED_VERSION)
  • Creating a new kernel recipe in Yocto
  • Kernel customizations (changing kernel configuration – savedefconfig)
  • Kernel recipe with source code on git repository
  • Patching the Linux Kernel
  • Yocto Linux Kernel Recipes
  • Modifying an existing kernel recipe (configuration fragments, patch, diffconfig, LINUX_VERSION_EXTENSION)
  • Using an in-tree defconfig file (KBUILD_DEFCONFIG_KMACHINE)
  • Difference between general kernel and yocto kernel repository
  • What is Package group
  • Difference between package group recipes and normal recipes
  • Writing a package group recipe (RDEPENDS, RRECOMMENDS, BAD_RECOMMENDATIONS, NO_RECCOMENDS, PACKAGE_EXCLUDE)
  • Recipes for out of tree modules (module.bbclass)
  • Automatically load modules on boot

This course comes with a 30 day money back guaranteed !. If you are not satisfied with the course, you’ll get your money back

So what are you waiting for, enroll now and take the next step in increasing your Yocto Knowledge

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Who is this course for?

  • Developers who want to learn Yocto in deep

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