Practical Linux Programming: Device Drivers, Embedded systems, and the Internet
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Written for engineers and students, this book describes the design and development of embedded sites, and the use of Internet technology as a user interface. Emphasizing the use of the Web, the Linux kernel, and SQL queries, the book proposes guidelines for designing an embedded system that requires interaction of different software modules, and provides examples showing the use of operating stems to connect such modules. A companion CD-ROM includes all the necessary tools (except foe Red Hat Linux) to write the programs developed in each chapter.
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