Building and Using C Cross-Compilers
One of the most popular uses of Linux today is in developing and deploying embedded systems, which are small, typically stand-alone computer systems used throughout industry and consumer electronics for a variety of purposes. In industry, embedded Linux systems are used for everything from factory and communications infrastructure process control to monitoring and maintenance systems. In consumer electronics, embedded Linux systems are used in an incredible number of devices, including cell phones, home networking gateways and routers, wireless access points, PDAs, digital video recorders such as the TiVo, and home entertainment systems.
KeywordsConfiguration File Target Architecture RISC Processor Root Source Processor Family
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