Optimizing Embedded Linux

Posted 7 May 2002 at 12:24 UTC by steve Share This

The May issue of Dr. Dobb's Embedded Systems has an informative article on optimizing the Linux kernel for use in embedded applications. This is an ideal starting point for robot builders thinking of rolling their own Linux instead of using one of the off-the-shelf embedded Linux distributions. The article covers kernel versions, file system requirements, and space savings through compiler optimization, library squeezing, and reduced memory use.

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