Porting the Linux OS from a development kit to production hardware
In this webinar we will walk through the process of porting the Linux operating system from a development kit to your production hardware. We will discuss the build environment and associated tools to assist you in building/porting the Linux OS to a Sitara ARM processor. The Sitara Starter kit and the BeagleBone Black will be used as our reference for the webinar. Please join us and use what you learn to accelerate your development schedule.
In addition, live participants will be entered to win prizes including a JAMBOX by Jawbone.
Ron Birkett, Software Applications Manager, Sitara ARM Processors, Texas Instruments
Ron Birkett has been at Texas Instruments (TI) for 17 years. During his career Ron has focused on embedded software. From assembly language, while(1) loops, RTOSes, and HLOSes, Ron enjoys making embedded systems work through the power of 1's and 0's. In his current role, he focuses on providing a Linux Software Development Kit to empower embedded engineers everywhere to solve more problems, blink more LEDs, and have a lot of fun.
Paul B. Joseph, Senior Field Applications Engineer, Arrow Electronics, Inc.
Paul has a bachelor's degree in Mathematics & Physics from Ramapo College of NJ, and a MSEE from Fairleigh Dickinson University. Paul has over 18 years experience in Sales and Field Application Engineering with the last 15 years at Arrow Electronics supporting customers in the metro NY area. Before joining Arrow Electronics, Paul worked for several years in medical electronics design.