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Linux for Embedded Design focuses on operating systems, and how to ensure that the Linux kernel can be targetted as part of a solution for embedded designs, going into various pieces of the Linux kernel, some as an overview - some in detail. outline
Embedded Design (using Linux) focuses on Embedded Linux from userspace, using already available device drivers outline


Blackfin (Hardware) Presentations

CPLB management architecture in Blackfin OpenOffice PowerPoint

GNU Tools Presentations

Toolchain Basics OpenOffice PowerPoint
How to fix bugs with Toolchain OpenOffice PowerPoint
gdbproxy: An open source GDB stub for Blackfin PDF
Why Simulation Sucks OpenOffice PDF
GDB debug commands for newbie PDF
A Tale of Two Sims OpenOffice PDF

Das U-Boot Presentations

Das U-boot Guts for Blackfin OpenOffice PowerPoint
JFFS2 file system in u-boot OpenOffice PowerPoint

Linux Kernel Presentations

Linux Guts for Blackfin OpenOffice PowerPoint
Living Rules in Kernel Community OpenOffice PowerPoint
KGDB Inside OpenOffice PowerPoint
SMP Implementation on Blackfin BF561 OpenOffice PowerPoint
IP-PBX Introduction OpenOffice PowerPoint
Simple Introduction to IRDA OpenOffice PowerPoint
SD/SDIO Introduction OpenOffice PowerPoint
Linux Sound Drivers Framework Introduction OpenOffice PowerPoint
From OSS to ASOC: Use AD1938 as an Example OpenOffice PowerPoint
Linux Kernel Drivers Training OpenOffice
Another Kernel Drivers Training OpenOffice |PowerPoint
Linux Industrial I/O Subsystem OpenOffice PowerPoint
Linux Input Subsystem & Multi-touch (MT) Protocol OpenOffice PowerPoint
Heterogenous Multicore OpenOffice PowerPoint
BF609 Power Management OpenOffice PowerPoint
Digital Video Framework OpenOffice PowerPoint

Linux Distribution for Blackfin Presentations


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On-line Wikified

Here are some presentations that we have given from time to time. These presentations are managed in this wiki with S5, which is a slide show format based entirely on XHTML, CSS, and JavaScript. The major advantage of managing things in the wiki, are you get a slide show, a printable outline, and a screen presentation, with community managed content. No more looking for the PowerPoint or Open Office Presentation on someone's hard drive.

Controls are:

  • go to next slide : Space bar, Return, Enter, Right arrow, Down arrow, Page down, Click left mouse button outside of control area, Flash object, or movie
  • Go to previous slide : Left arrow, Up arrow, Page up
  • Go to title (first) slide : Home
  • Go to last slide : End
  • Jump directly to slide : Type slide number, then hit Return or Enter
  • Skip forward n slides : Type number of slides to skip, hit any “go to next” key except Return or Enter
  • Skip backward n slides : Type number of slides to skip, hit any “go to previous” key
  • Switch between slideshow and outline view : T
  • Show / hide slide controls : C, Move mouse pointer over control area

You can make these a presentation by clicking on the slide show icon at the top of the page, after the page loads.

You can see how things work, or play with this on the playground.

All the presentations will eventually be moving to the wiki format.

OpenOffice (ODP)

OpenOffice is the leading open-source office software suite for word processing, spreadsheets, presentations, graphics, databases and more. It is available in many languages and works on all common computers. It stores all your data in an international open standard format and can also read and write files from other common office software packages. Best of all, OpenOffice can be downloaded and used entirely free of any licence fees. OpenOffice is released under the LGPL licence. This means you may use it for any purpose - domestic, commercial, educational, public administration. You may install it on as many computers as you like. You may make copies and give them away to family, friends, students, employees - anyone you like.

Some of the presentations we have developed are available only in .odp (Open Office's presentation format). We do this to liberate the content so you do not have to install anyone proprietary documentation/presentation tools. You are encouraged to install Open Office, it is a very painless process.

For those of you who are a Microsoft Office users, and do not want to install OpenOffice, you can install the Sun ODF Plugin to be able to open these files. This will add an “Import ODF” to PowerPoint, so you can save the OpenOffice files with “save link as” in your browswer, and then import them.


Although we do not use Powerpoint (for many of the same reasons that the Free Software Foundation does not accept Word Attachments ), we understand that many people do use it, and do not want to force our philosophy on you. Forcing one persons philosophy on another doesn't have much to do with freedom - therefore we do make powerpoint exports of the OpenOffice files available. If they “don't look right”, or the formatting is off - tough. Sorry - but we don't use nor will we review the powerpoint versions. If you find a problem with the wiki versions, or the open office versions, let us know, and we will fix it.

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