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Learn how to apply Linux in embedded devices. Topics include: installing a cross-development environment; using the Eclipse IDE; running and debugging applications on an embedded target; configuring and building the Linux kernel; controlling hardware with and without device drivers; booting the target; and network applications.

Prerequisites: "Embedded Controller Programming I" or equivalent hardware experience; Linux installation and configuration (or successful non-GUI install); and "C/C++ Programming I".

Course Requirements: The following link provides information on the required course kit: http://www.intellimetrix.us/ucsdkit.html

Students that have taken this course may be interested in courses in:

For more information about this course, please contact the program manager at Infotech@ucsd.edu or (858) 534-9351


  • COURSE NUMBER  ECE-40105
  • CREDIT  3.00 unit(s)


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