In this day and age, most embedded systems include a way for users to easily update software once the device has been deployed. This article… Read More »Do you need “software update” functionality in your Embedded Linux system?
We are currently working a project that contains cm-x270 module (http://bec-systems.com/web/content/view/62/9/ ) which contains 4MB of NOR flash and 128MB of NAND flash. The Linux… Read More »Building a tiny “safe” boot image using OpenEmbedded
When deploying embedded systems, wouldn’t it be nice if you could easily set up remote access for troubleshooting and updates? With Embedded Linux systems, this… Read More »Remote access for embedded systems behind a firewall
Recently, I had a customer who needed an embedded Linux distribution running on an Advantech PCM-9371 single board computer (SBC). The PCM-9371 contains a low… Read More »How to build GNU/Linux for an embedded x86 computer
One of the big advantages of using Linux in embedded systems is the thousands of applications and drivers available for it (http://bec-systems.com/web/content/view/35/37/ ). One of… Read More »Adding software to a Moxa UC7408 using OpenEmbedded
I recently updated the GESBC-9302 machine support in OpenEmbedded to include the 2.6.24 released kernel. Also, Glomation has kindly provided me with a patch for… Read More »GESBC-9302E kernel update to 2.6.24, and reboot fix