Embedded Linux Development using Yocto Projects, Third Edition
- Paperback: 196 pages
- Publisher: WOW! eBook; 3rd edition (April 28, 2023)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1804615064
- ISBN-13: 978-1804615065
Embedded Linux Development using Yocto Projects, 3rd Edition: Elevate your Linux-powered system with Yocto Projects, enhancing its stability and resilience efficiently and economically – now upgraded to the latest Yocto Project version
The Yocto Project is the industry standard for developing dependable embedded Linux projects. It stands out from other frameworks by offering time-efficient development with enhanced reliability and robustness.
With Embedded Linux Development using Yocto Projects, Third Edition, you’ll acquire an understanding of Yocto Project tools, helping you perform different Linux-based tasks. You’ll gain a deep understanding of Poky and BitBake, explore practical use cases for building a Linux subsystem project, employ Yocto Project tools available for embedded Linux, and uncover the secrets of SDK, recipe tool, and others. This new edition is aligned with the latest long-term support release of the aforementioned technologies and introduces two new chapters, covering optimal emulation in QEMU for faster product development and best practices.
- Get to grips with Poky workflows
- Configure and prepare the Poky build environment
- Explore the latest version of Yocto Project through examples
- Configure a build server and customize images using Toaster
- Generate images and fit packages into created images using BitBake
- Support the development process by setting up and using Package feeds
- Debug Yocto Project by configuring Poky
- Build and boot image for BeagleBone Black, RaspberryPi 4, and VisionFive via SD cards
- Explore the use of QEMU to speed up the development cycle using emulation
By the end of this Embedded Linux Development using Yocto Projects, 3rd Edition book, you’ll be well-equipped to generate and run an image for real hardware boards. You’ll gain hands-on experience in building efficient Linux systems using the Yocto Project.