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Embedded Linux webinars cover real-time, board bring-up, more

Sep 7, 2006 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive — 1 views

TimeSys will offer a series of educational webinars on Linux board bring-up and Linux real-time requirements and options, this fall. Additionally, the company will also offer several webinars aimed at documenting the LinuxLink sevices it offers to embedded Linux developers.

TimeSys describes its educational webinars as follows:

  • Solving Common Board Bring-Up Problems — Getting all of the supporting software properly configured to host a development board can take much longer than expected, and contains many not-so-obvious pitfalls. This webinar discusses some of the most common problems. Thurs., Sep. 14, 1:00 PM ET — details
  • Is Real-Time Right for Me? — What does real-time mean, and how do you know if you need a real-time system? What's the difference between hard and soft real-time? This webinar will attempt to demystify the terminology behind real-time, and help you understand if you need a real-time solution. It will also help you determine whether the Linux real-time offerings could be of help to you. Tues., Oct. 3, 1:00 PM ET — details

TimeSys describes its Webinars documenting its own services as follows:

  • Get the Most out of Your 30 Day Evaluation Subscription — If you've signed-up for an evaluation LinuxLink subscription, this webinar will tell you what you can do with your subscription. Tues., Sep. 19th, 1:00 PM ET — details
  • Using LinuxLink's Online Builder — With the LinuxLink online builder, you can create a Linux distribution for your target processor by following easy-to-use wizards, TimeSys says. The resulting distribution may comprise a mix of components from LinuxLink, third-party sources, and/or packages you built yourself, and can be further customized by modifying the Builder's instruction files, according to TimeSys. This webinar delves into the details of using the LinuxLink Online builder. Tues., Sep. 26, 1:00 PM ET — details
  • Experts Helping Experts: LinuxLink's Support Model — This webinar will describe the support offered through LinuxLink. Tues., Oct. 10, 1:00 PM ET — details


 
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