The “How-Tos & Training Materials” aims to provide resources for developers, but also users, who want to learn more about ARM, Linux, Android, and other technical subjects.
If you’ve bookmarked this page, and wonder where all materials about ARM Linux development have gone, they’ve now been moved to the Embedded Linux Development sub-page.
I’ve also added a glossary for the technical terms used in CNX Software from electronics to high level software, and standards.
Finally, there are now sections for individual silicon manufacturers, boards, and operating systems with the how-tos and tutorials published on cnx-software.com, as well as link to other interesting resources:
Man!! An excellent place for people wanting to get started on ARM and Linux development. Oh! and Android too…
Thanks for the kind comment. If you like it, bookmark, and don’t hesitate to share 🙂
Wonderful !! I’ve been searching a lot to find out how to port linux,android onto ARM processors. others were so confusing for a starter like me…I guess my search ends here today.
Thank you so much..looking for more in future!!
Added links to Embedded Linux Conference Europe (ELCE) 2012 videos and instructions to get started with OpenEmbedded Aarch64 using ARMv8 fast models.
Added link to the University of Edinburgh Embedded Systems Courses slides.
Thank you so much for simple with practical guideline. Hope to see more for ARM Platform and Android.
No 100% Linux or ARM specific, but here’s a 20-page tutorial about malloc – http://www.inf.udec.cl/~leo/Malloc_tutorial.pdf
This article to explaining how to quickly navigation into make menuconfig is also relevant – http://www.cnx-software.com/2013/05/23/how-to-find-configuration-options-quickly-in-make-menuconfig/
Hi…need your help..any idea why my m8 keep flickering.
I have tried to chg the hdmi cable n also tried on different tv but it still flickers.
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