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by Rob Reilly
The hacker community has enthusiastically embraced the Arduino microcontroller. Linux and Open Source hackers are some of the most sophisticated and forward thinking in the business. This talk with give them plenty of ideas for building highly capable, remote sensor projects.
In this session Cooper Stevenson will present DRBD, the Linux kernel approved high availability storage replication solution.
The Yocto Project™ is an open source collaboration project that provides tools to enable you create custom Linux-based systems for embedded products. This presentation describes the project in detail, contrasts it with other existing solutions, and provides a working example showing how you can create your own embedded distribution, with or without hardware.
Many Linux desktop environments try to be easy to use for the average user, but that's not you. You're at your computer all day writing code; you don't want to mess around with _dragging windows_ or (ugh) watching _animated transitions_. Stop by to discuss a great solution to this problem: the tiling window manager xmonad. Free yourself from the tyranny of the mouse.
by Federico Lucifredi
A quick intro to embedded Linux development and a survey of the capabilities and limits of the most interesting hardware available for experimenting by hardware hackers, and the skills needed to make effective use of it. Ranging from Plug Computers to bare development boards, miniaturized systems and rooted hard drives, the ever-growing bestiary of ARM devices at our disposal for projects is fun!
16th–20th July 2012