Welcome to “Mystic Build” version 1.0.1. We have designed this book to prepare you effectively for the kernel and, along the way, to share with you knowledge about what it takes to implement and understanding building of embedded OS in your enterprise desk. We hope that by helping you understand the kernel compiling, the variety of options for configuring feature sets, and the complex interaction among components, you are better equipped to tackle the challenges that you face in the information technology (IT) trenches. We also hope to serve the community at large to elevate kernel moniker.
This book’s approach shows different and comparing your learning to be easy and how it is important , so such way that we have chosen and designed according to nine planets in the universe , each chapter has compared to each planet and its behavior , attitude and its importance. Such a way that you can easily understand, how it operates, we would say that technology is developing as like “Universe is expanding”
This book's approach is to allow you to pull Linux towards your design by providing all the details and discussing many of the corner cases encountered in using Linux in embedded systems. Though it is not possible to claim that all embedded designs are covered by this book, the resources provided here allow you to easily obtain the rest of the information required for you to customize and develop your own OS for the target.
In writing this book, my intent has been to bring the embedded system developers who use open source and free software in their designs closer to the developers who create and maintain these open source and free software packages. Though a lot of mainstream embedded system developers, many of whom are high-caliber programmers, rely on third-party offerings for their embedded Linux needs, there is a clear opportunity for them to contribute to the open source and free software projects on which they rely. Ultimately, this sort of dynamic will ensure that Linux continues to be the best operating system choice for embedded systems.
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