Welcome the Fall 2019 Embedded Linux Class

The purpose of this posting is to announce that I’m once again teaching
an Embedded Linux class based on the BeagleBone[1]. This time I’m using
the BeagleBone Black.
I’m teaching as open-source as I can and have have posted many of course
materials on eLinux.org [2] and github[3].

I’m always open to ideas on what topics to include in the class and
suggestions for interesting course projects. For example we are starting
Python this week and hope to be writing simple kernel module 5 weeks from
now. That will be followed by a week of PRU programming.

Class, please respond to this posting. Others, please welcome my class.

–Mark

–Prof. Mark A. Yoder
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology [4]

[1] http://elinux.org/Embedded_Linux,_Rose-Hulman
[2] http://elinux.org/index.php?title=Category:ECE497
[3] https://github.com/MarkAYoder/BeagleBoard-exercises
[4] http://www.rose-hulman.edu

Looking forward to this class!

Thanks for sharing. Excited to join the class

What does one do to join the class and what does it cost?

You are welcome to use any of the materials I’ve put online for free. Unfortunately I don’t record the lectures, so you’ll miss that part of the class.

–Mark

Looking forward to the class!

Looking forward to this class

Thanks for the posting. The elinux link mentions that you use Angstrom. Which is a fine OS, but have you updated the course to debian?

OK, now I’ve looked at some of the course material, I see it using debian “stretch”.

Looking forward to the class!

Looking forward to this class!

Looking forward to this class!

Looking forward to the class.

Eager to learn more :slight_smile:

Looking forward to this class!

Looking forward to learning more!

Looking forward to learning more!
(My earlier response did not show up for some reason so apologies if it somehow randomly shows up twice now)

Looking Forward to the Class!

Looking forward to this class!

Looking forward to this class!