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Features Optimize Yocto Project's capabilities to develop captivating embedded Linux projects Facilitates efficient system development by helping you avoid known pitfalls Demonstrates concepts in a practical and easy-to-understand way Page Count Course Length 4 hours 15 minutes ISBN Date Of Publication 8 Jul Table of contents.
What is the Yocto Project? Configuring a host system Downloading the Poky source code Preparing the build environment Knowing the local. Building an image using Hob Customizing an image with Hob Summary. Detailing the build directory Constructing the build directory Exploring the temporary build directory Understanding the work directory Understanding the sysroot directories Summary.
Using supported package formats Understanding shared state cache Explaining package versioning Package feeds Summary. Using metadata Working with metadata Summary. Powering flexibility with layers Detailing the layer's source code Adding meta layers Summary.
Making a new layer Adding metadata to the layer Creating an image Adding a package recipe Writing a machine definition Using a custom distribution Machine features versus distro features Understanding the variables scope Summary. Common use cases Adding extra options to recipes based on Autoconf Applying a patch Adding extra files to the existing packages Changing recipe feature configuration Customizing BusyBox Customizing the linux-yocto framework Summary.
Understanding copyleft Managing software licensing with Poky Using Poky to achieve copyleft compliance Summary. Authors Otavio Salvador Otavio Salvador loves technology and started his free software activities in Daiane Angolini Daiane Angolini has been working with embedded Linux since Add to Cart. What do I get with a Packt subscription?
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