Embedded Linux is intended for designers of embedded systems and information appliances, as well as for general Linux programmers. It describes in great detail how to marry your tiny Linux distribution to the hardware of your choice, building anything from a network router to a do-it-yourself MP3 player.
With specific suggestions on how to build the smallest possible Linux system and advice on choosing the right hardware for your ultimate goal (better, faster, or cheaper), this book teach you how to build your first embedded Linux device. You'll gain insight to finding the best Open Source software to fit your application, with a hands-on approach that guides you through selecting the right tools for debugging your application, as we as avoiding pitfalls and reducing your building costs. Author John Lombardo describes everything you need to know to put together an embedded Linux distribution that does exactly what you want-no more, no less. Get started now designing and building embedded Linux devices with Embedded Linux.