What you’ll learn
Embedded Linux Step by Step using Beaglebone Black – Course Site unix.tech.
- Understanding ROM –Uboot-Kernel boot process on Linux-ARM systems and Testing
- Kernel, Bootloaders compilations Step-by-Step and testing on Beaglebone Hardware
- U-Boot, MLO, SPL, explanation, and Testing
- The Understanding platform devices and how it works
- Understanding ARM-board configuration files
- Linux device Tree
- Understating various boot modes of AM335x
- eMMC OS updating and booting new Debian OS
- Serial booting (UART)
- TFTP booting
- NFS booting
- Beaglebone Networking
- Busybox compilations and Testing
- Configuring and using Buildroot on Beablebone
- Writing Env dot txt from scratch and Testing
- Using I2C tools on BBB
- Hardware interfacing projects and ‘C’ application development using Eclipse IDE
- GPIO programming
- Interfacing external LEDs, 7 segment displays and code development
- The Interfacing LCD and related projects
- Interfacing MPU6050 sensor and tilt sensing
- EEPROM programming
- brief Basic knowledge of linux commands may be required
The course is designed for Beginners to Advanced audience.
A comprehensive and practical course on learning Embedded Linux systems on Beaglebone hardware – Course Site
100% hands-on and step by step explanation using hardware in this course Embedded Linux Step by Step using Beaglebone Black .
This Course Demystifies learning Embedded Linux Systems and running embedded Linux and its various components on the Beaglebone hardware. See above “what will I learn?? “ section to understand what this course promises!
- Interesting Hardware interfacing initiatives and well explained inner working info step by step
- ‘C’ utility application improvement the usage of Eclipse IDE in your Beaglebone hardware
- At the cease of every section college students may have exciting assignments to complete which improve their knowledge deeply
- Embedded Linux quizzes to check your knowledge.
- Q/A and assignment-project related assist from the teacher
1) Wireless networking projects using Beaglebone
2) Audio / Video projects
3) Touchscreen interfacing and much more.