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List of Topics and Speakers
|Thu||10am-1pm||Jason Kridner||PocketBeagle walk through|
|Thu||2pm-4pm||Behan Webster||Introduction to Kernel Modules and Kbuild|
|Thu||4pm-6pm||Marek Vasut||Introduction to the U-Boot bootloader|
|Fri||10am-1pm||Alan Ott||Anatomy of the USB Subsystem|
|Fri||2pm-4pm||Michael Welling||Building an I2C Driver|
|Fri||4pm-6pm||Michael Welling||Building an SPI Driver|
|Sat||10am-1pm||John Bonesio||Learn bitbake with Yocto Project|
|Sat||2pm-4pm||Tom King||An Introduction to BuildRoot|
|Sat||4pm-6pm||Behan Webster||Building images with Yocto Project|
What Hardware is used in these classes?
The BaconBits cape has the following capabilities:
What am I expected to know beforehand?
We make assumptions about attendees existing skills in the E-ALE seminars:
- You are comfortable using a command line interface
- You can program and know C
- You have some level of Linux userspace experience
These are not courses on "How to use Linux"
What should I bring to class?
- A minimum of a recent i5 processor
- 8GB of RAM
- Your plugin power supply (we will be compiling a lot)
- At least 100GB of free disk space
- Run "./check-requirements.sh EALE"
If your laptop doesn’t run Linux...
... please make sure you have a virtual machine program hypervisor available in order to install a Linux VM (for instance Virtual Box, or VMWare).
Get your computer ready for E-ALE seminars
- wget https://cm.converseincode.com/cr/check-requirements.sh
- chmod 755 check-requirements.sh
- ./check-requirements.sh EALE