|Linux for Embedded Design||focuses on operating systems, and how to ensure that the Linux kernel can be targetted as part of a solution for embedded designs, going into various pieces of the Linux kernel, some as an overview - some in detail.||outline|
|Embedded Design (using Linux)||focuses on Embedded Linux from userspace, using already available device drivers||outline|
|Linux Guts for Blackfin||OpenOffice||PowerPoint|
|Living Rules in Kernel Community||OpenOffice||PowerPoint|
|SMP Implementation on Blackfin BF561||OpenOffice||PowerPoint|
|Simple Introduction to IRDA||OpenOffice||PowerPoint|
|Linux Sound Drivers Framework Introduction||OpenOffice||PowerPoint|
|From OSS to ASOC: Use AD1938 as an Example||OpenOffice||PowerPoint|
|Linux Kernel Drivers Training||OpenOffice|
|Another Kernel Drivers Training||OpenOffice|||PowerPoint|
|Linux Industrial I/O Subsystem||OpenOffice||PowerPoint|
|Linux Input Subsystem & Multi-touch (MT) Protocol||OpenOffice||PowerPoint|
|BF609 Power Management||OpenOffice||PowerPoint|
|Digital Video Framework||OpenOffice||PowerPoint|
Not everyone has embraced the on line content/presentations format like we have. Here are a collection of on-line pfd/powerpoint/open office documents.
You can make these a presentation by clicking on the slide show icon at the top of the page, after the page loads.
You can see how things work, or play with this on the playground.
All the presentations will eventually be moving to the wiki format.
OpenOffice is the leading open-source office software suite for word processing, spreadsheets, presentations, graphics, databases and more. It is available in many languages and works on all common computers. It stores all your data in an international open standard format and can also read and write files from other common office software packages. Best of all, OpenOffice can be downloaded and used entirely free of any licence fees. OpenOffice is released under the LGPL licence. This means you may use it for any purpose - domestic, commercial, educational, public administration. You may install it on as many computers as you like. You may make copies and give them away to family, friends, students, employees - anyone you like.
Some of the presentations we have developed are available only in
.odp (Open Office's presentation format). We do this to liberate the content so you do not have to install anyone proprietary documentation/presentation tools. You are encouraged to install Open Office, it is a very painless process.
For those of you who are a Microsoft Office users, and do not want to install OpenOffice, you can install the Sun ODF Plugin to be able to open these files. This will add an “Import ODF” to PowerPoint, so you can save the OpenOffice files with “save link as” in your browswer, and then import them.
Although we do not use Powerpoint (for many of the same reasons that the Free Software Foundation does not accept Word Attachments ), we understand that many people do use it, and do not want to force our philosophy on you. Forcing one persons philosophy on another doesn't have much to do with freedom - therefore we do make powerpoint exports of the OpenOffice files available. If they “don't look right”, or the formatting is off - tough. Sorry - but we don't use nor will we review the powerpoint versions. If you find a problem with the wiki versions, or the open office versions, let us know, and we will fix it.