Various references found throughout this document are collected in this section.
There are various presentations collected in the presentations section.
The central repository for all things relating to the Blackfin Linux project can be found at the Koop
The home pages for the major Blackfin Linux projects can be found at the following locations:
The home pages of the mainline projects related to the Blackfin Linux project are given below:
O'Reilly publishers offer several excellent books on Linux systems. Many of their books can also be read online. For more information check out the following links:
The Free Software Foundation (GNU) has a large selection of documentation. Here we point out the gcc, gdb, and make manuals see http://www.fsf.org/. There are more recent on-line versions available at, which can normally be found on the project pages.
There are many other publishers/authors who have some excellent books on Linux and embedded Linux. Here are a few which we have found useful, and a good addition to anyone's desk reference.
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The Linux Documentation Project (LDP) create and distribute the canonical set of free GNU/Linux documentation. While GNU/Linux applications and utilities may come with their own documentation, LDP documentation fills in the numerous gaps.
The hundreds of existing LDP documents present both overviews and details of: the GNU/Linux Operating System, System Administration, Hardware, Networks, Servers, GUIs, Programming, Language Support, etc. Not every important topic is currently covered so LDP is always seeking new authors to fill in the gaps.
The LDP publishes various types of documentation:
Another important source of information is the man (for manual) page system which is an online documentation system that comes with the typical Linux distribution. For example, let's say you want to find out about shell scripting with the bash shell. Then you merely enter at the command line: man bash and you'll get a a document about bash displayed on the console. The typical Linux distribution also comes with documentation in other directories such as:
An embedded Linux system must save space so some or all of this documentation may be unavailable on the embedded system itself, but some may be available elsewhere e.g. On a CD that came with the embedded version.
There are also paper-based and web-based journals. Here we mention two that come in both media and are very good:
Finally, note that web searching for a topic of interest can be quite successful - You may need to do some detective work.