There's a great deal of excitement surrounding the use of Linux in embedded systems -- for everything from cell phones to car ABS systems and water-filtration plants -- but not a lot of practical information. Building Embedded Linux Systems offers an in-depth, hard-core guide to putting together embedded systems based on Linux
Building Embedded Linux Systems offers an in-depth, hard-core guide to putting together embedded systems based on Linux. Updated for the latest version of the Linux kernel, this new edition gives you the basics of building embedded Linux systems, along with the configuration, setup, and use of more than 40 different open source and free software packages commonly used.
History Design Principles Kernel Modules Process Management Scheduling Memory Management File Systems Input and Output Interprocess Communication Network Structure Security
Linux is a modem, free operating system based on UNIX standards. First developed as a small but self-contained kernel in 1991 by Linus Torvalds, with the major design goal of UNIX compatibility. Its history has been one of collaboration by many users from all around the world, corresponding almost exclusively over the Internet.
If you truly enjoy working with computers, Linux is the operating system of your dreams. It is more
fun than any other computer operating system around. However, the reason why Linux is truly
revolutionary is that it is Open Software. Our science and technology works owing to the free
availability of information and peer review.
“This is the definitive book for anyone wanting to create a system based on Android. If you don’t work for Google and you are working with the low-level Android interfaces, you need this book.” —Greg Kroah-Hartman, Core Linux Kernel Developer “If you or your team works on creating custom Android images, devices, or ROM mods, you want this book! Other than the source code itself, this is the only place where you’ll find an explanation of how Android works, how the Android build system works, and an overall view of how Android is put together. I especially like the chapters...
This authoritative guide will help you secure your Linux network--whether you use Linux as a desktop OS, for Internet services, for telecommunications, or for wireless services. Completely rewritten the ISECOM way, Hacking Exposed Linux, Third Edition provides the most up-to-date coverage available from a large team of topic-focused experts. The book is based on the latest ISECOM security research and shows you, in full detail, how to lock out intruders and defend your Linux systems against catastrophic attacks....
Beginning Ubuntu Linux, Fifth Edition shows you how to take advantage of Lucid Lynx. Based on the best-selling previous edition, Emilio Raggi maintains a fine balance between teaching Ubuntu and introducing new features. Whether you aim to use it in the home or in the office, you'll be introduced to the world of Ubuntu Linux, from simple word processing to using cloud services.
This course material is based on the objectives for the Linux Professionals Institute's LPI 102 examination (specifically, release 2 of the objectives). The course is intended to provide you with the basic skills required for operating and administering Linux systems.
At every good training course the student should come away with some paper in his hand, to file in the company filing cabinet. A really excellent course will include some knowledge and practical ability in the student's head as well. We hope to achieve at least the first with these notes. The second is up to the instructor....
This course material is based on the objectives for the Linux Professionals Institute's LPI 101 examination (specifically, release 2 of the objectives). The course is intended to provide you with the basic skills required for operating and administering Linux systems.
Linux 101 Hacks can best be described as a study guide for beginning systems administrators ("Linux 101"). It focuses entirely on terminal use -- from using the command line to manage system processes, search and sort files, and make remote connections to using common text-based utilities (such as fdisk).
Linux 101 Hacks doesn't contain information that couldn't be found elsewhere -- but it nicely presents common administrative tasks in a way that makes grasping the power (and subtle nuances) of a command easier to process in a practical sense than reading a man page would....
This book brings together indispensable knowledge for building efficient, high-value, Linux-based
embedded products: information that has never been assembled in one place before. Drawing on
years of experience as an embedded Linux consultant and field application engineer, Christopher
Hallinan offers solutions for the specific technical issues you're most likely to face, demonstrates
how to build an effective embedded Linux environment, and shows how to use it as productively as
Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux) is an implementation of mandatory access control using Linux Security Modules (LSM) in the Linux kernel, based on the principle of least privilege. It is not a Linux distribution, but rather a set of modifications that can be applied to Unix-like operating systems, such as Linux and BSD.
This book is broken into four primary sections addressing key topics that Linux programmers need to master: Linux nuts and bolts, the Linux kernel, the Linux desktop, and Linux for the Web
Effective examples help get readers up to speed with building software on a Linux-based system while using the tools and utilities that contribute to streamlining the software development process
FreeNAS is free software that turns a PC into a Network Attached Storage (NAS) server. It supports client connections from Microsoft Windows, Apple OS X, Linux, and FreeBSD. It has a web interface for administration and includes support for RAID (0, 1, 5), iSCSI, drive encryption, and UPnP. Based on FreeBSD, it has modest system requirements but is scalable for the enterprise.
This book will show you how to work with FreeNAS and set it up for your needs. You will learn how to configure and administer a FreeNAS server in a variety of networking scenarios. You will also learn how...
PHP is free. You can download the latest version at any time from http://www.php.net for no charge.
The syntax of PHP is based on other programming languages, primarily C and Perl. If you already know C or Perl, or a C-like language such as C++ or Java, you will be productive using PHP almost immediately.
PHP is available for many different operating systems. You can write PHP code on the free Unixlike operating systems such as Linux and FreeBSD, commercial Unix versions such as Solaris and IRIX, or on different versions of Microsoft Windows.
Learning a new language and a new framework can be daunting. What you need is a guide to help leverage your existing knowledge and skills, and show you just what you need to know to get up and running with a new system quickly.
You’re already a .NET developer; we’ll help you get up and running as a Ruby on Rails developer on any operating system: Windows, Mac, or Linux.
Ubuntu builds on a solid base of Debian Linux to create an award-winning operating system that's light-years ahead of its competitors. Ubuntu consistently tops lists of the most popular Linuxes amongst professionals and enthusiasts; Dell recently embraced Ubuntu in its product lines after a user survey indicated overwhelming public support.
Networking with UNIX-Type of Operating Systems
Describe the origins and history of the UNIX operating system
Identify similarities and differences between popular implementations of UNIX
Describe the features and capabilities of servers running Solaris, Linux, and Mac OS X Server
Explain and execute essential UNIX commands
Install and configure Linux on an Intel-based PC
Manage users, groups, and file access permissions in Solaris, Linux, and Mac OS X Server
Explain how computers running other operating systems can connect to UNIX servers...
Build Your own Database Driven Web Site Using PHP & MySQL is a practical hands-on guide to learning all the tools, principles and techniques needed to build a fully functional database-driven web site using PHP & MySQL.
This book covers everything from installing PHP & MySQL under Windows, Linux, and Mac through to building a live web-based content management system.
The scripts provided as part of this paper are sample code which can be used to base your own scripts on.
These scripts have been tested on an Oracle Enterprise Linux - 2 node cluster. It is expected that they
should work on all Oracle Clusterware supported platforms. Oracle Support cannot provide any direct
support for these scripts. You should thoroughly test the scripts – in particular the check action of each
script to ensure compatibility with your operating system.