[clug-talk] Embedded Linux Talk
sgrover at open2space.com
Fri Jul 20 13:04:31 PDT 2007
I also have 2 SBCs that have been waiting for time and motivation to
explore. These 2 are of the same model, and similar to one I know John
has. I'd be very interested in seeing how to get started working with
these - even if only to the point where a base OS can be installed and
accessed. But this is probably better as a workshop type of event.
For a general meeting type presentation, perhaps an overview of just
what embedded Linux is, what we need and how to get started with it...
John E Jardine wrote:
> Wow - we need to set a date for this because I want to make sure I'm
> gonna be around!
> Awhile ago I picked up 3 SBCs from ADS. I bought a few for others as
> well. Around that time there was some talk in CLUG & PROGSIG about
> playing around with hardware and this kit was pretty affordable. Of
> course, they are still securely wrapped in their anti-static bags
> waiting for a convergence of time, inclination & money.
> I don't know how you're going to approach this talk but if it's workshop
> oriented, I'd like to be able to use what I've already bought. Of
> course I'm not going to be the only guy there so if you'd rather have a
> standardized kit of stuff, then I'm in for 1 (maybe 2 because I've been
> known to release the magic smoke from components).
> On Fri, 2007-07-20 at 10:54 -0600, Mark Carlson wrote:
>> Hello all,
>> I'm going to be doing a talk on embedded Linux in the fall. I would
>> like to get a feel for what people are expecting to see. The field is
>> very wide, covering cell phones, gaming devices, industrial
>> controllers, commercial POS, routers, personal NAS, and so on.
>> The only embedded Linux hardware I have is my GP2X, which could make
>> for a decent presentation. Does anybody else have hardware they could
>> bring and show off? Maybe stuff that is already running Linux or
>> maybe stuff that they haven't got around to get running Linux (is that
>> SBC you bought off of eBay still sitting on the shelf?) I could help
>> get it on the device if it would make for a decent display. I'm
>> thinking that a device with some digital or analog I/O and a network
>> interface would make a (easy and) cool project (web based data
>> acquisition and control.) I currently don't personally have such
>> hardware, but I think some of you might. If not, I'll just go and buy
>> a gumstix or something...
>> 1) What would you like to see?
>> 2) Do you have any hardware?
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