11-29, 17:50–19:20 (UTC), Mickledore
Most of your development work will likely be developing your own software packages, creating Yocto Project recipes for them, building and installing them into a root file system built with the Yocto Project.
During this course we will look at some typical tasks beyond creating the recipe and compiling.
When creating your system that includes your own software you need to think about: * How to install and package your software. * Any configuration that needs to be executed on the target after your software packages have been installed. * How to bundle your software packages to create single point installation. * How to launch your software as a system service.
I am a consultant on embedded and cloud software technologies enabling the Internet of Things (IoT), connected cars, in-vehicle infotainment and other applications. He advises clients from various industries in open source-software technology and engineering practices for rapid product and services development and deployment.
Among my clients are car companies, equipment companies and government agencies. The majority of my work is on embedded Linux systems building stacks and applications with the Yocto Project. Besides that work, I am also teaching Yocto Project and embedded Linux courses.
I have written the book "Embedded Linux Systems with the Yocto Project" which has been published by Prentice Hall/Pearson Education.
My website can be found at www.ibeeto.com.