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How to Port Linux When the Hardware Turns Soft

Porting Linux to run on the Pico E12 and beyond. more>>

SMP and Embedded Real Time

As embedded real-time applications start to run on SMP systems, kernel issues emerge. more>>

Call MisterHouse to Regulate Your Heat

Combine MisterHouse with Perl scripts, X10 and the Linux kernel to create an automated zoned radiant heat system. more>>

Linux and Open Source in Telecommunications

A success story with a focus on Carrier Grade Linux. more>>

Mobile Phones: the Embedded Linux Challenge

An overview of the suitablilty, viability and liability of Linux on mobile phones. more>>

Getting Started with Qtopia

From the horse's mouth (Trolltech) come instructions on how to get started writing applications for Qtopia. more>>

MSP430 Development with Linux

Using Linux and the TI MSP430 processor to create blinking LEDs is a learning exercise, not just a way to make cheap Sci-Fi movie panels. more>>

Embedding the db4o Object-Oriented Database

How to get started using this small-footprint object-oriented database in your embedded system programs. more>>

Embedding Python in Your C Programs

C, meet Python. Python, this is C. With surprisingly little effort, the Python interpreter can be integrated into your program to add features quickly that could take months if written entirely in C. more>>
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