Developing Embedded Linux Device Drivers (LFD435)
Skills Covered: Working in OSS Projects, Cross-Development Toolchain, QEMU, Booting a Target Development Board, Kernel Configuration, Compilation, Booting, Device Drivers, Memory Management, Kernel Features, Platform Drivers, Device Trees, Interrupts and Exceptions, Timing Measurements, Kernel Timers, Unified Device Model and sysfs, Firmware, Sleeping and Wait Queues, Interrupt Handling, Deferrable Functions, User Drivers, Hardware I/O, Direct Memory Access (DMA), Memory Technology Devices, Flash Memory Filesystems, USB Drivers, Kernel Architecture, Kernel Programming, Kernel Configuration, Compilation, Kernel Style, Race Conditions, Synchronization Methods, Memory Addressing, Memory Allocation
ABOUT THIS PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION
This instructor-led course is intended to teach advanced programmers how to create application drivers for embedded Linux systems, as well as to provide them with a basic understanding and familiarity with the Linux kernel.
This course is designed for advanced developers who would create application drivers for embedded Linux systems and will give you a strong preparation to write application drivers for embedded Linux systems.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
After mastering this content, you will be familiar with the various types of device drivers used under Linux, as well as many of the necessary APIs to use when writing a device driver. The laboratories will all be done on ARM hardware in order to familiarise developers with cross-compiling and creating drivers for an embedded target.
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