Roll Your Own Embedded Linux System with Buildroot

The time between getting a new piece of hardware and seeing a first shell prompt can be one of the most frustrating experiences for embedded Linux developers. Buildroot can help reduce your frustration.

Alexander (Sasha) Sirotkin has been an active Linux user and developer for more then 15 years. One of the projects he's worked on is FemtoLinux, which improves performance on low-end embedded systems and eases porting from legacy RTOSes. He lives in Tel-Aviv, Israel, and can be reached at “sasha AT femtolinux.com”.

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