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Boot Linux within One Second

Course Description

Boot times of more than 10 seconds are often unacceptable, especially in the industrial environment. We are happy to share with you our experience concerning the optimization of boot times (with outcomes of < 1 second). After completion of this course, you will be able to achieve boot times in the range of one-digit seconds. In addition, we show you tools with which to analyze your system's behavior, and tools that help you to perfectly optimize your system.

Requirements

To participate in this course, basic knowledge of the Linux operating system is expected as well as experience in dealing with the shell. In addition, basic knowledge of the programming language C is required. Our course "Linux for Embedded Professionals" provides all requisite skills.

Agenda

Day 1: Fundamental (boot loader, kernel, analysis, ...)

Day 2: Implementation of knowledge from day 1, practical applications (on a BeagleBone Board)

Information

Duration: 2 days

Dates: Available as in-house or individual training

Course fees: Upon request

Registration: Contact us at "schulung[at]linutronix[dot]de"

As a precondition for the training to take place, a minimum of 5 participants is required.
You will receive a notification and detailed information about the course at least 14 days in advance. If you are unable to attend, please inform us at least 21 days prior to the start of the course.
In case of cancellation of the training due to force majeure, illness of the instructor or consultant as well as other unforeseeable events, there is no claim for the training to take place. In this case, the participation fee will be refunded. However, Linutronix GmbH cannot be held liable for the reimbursement of travel and accommodation costs or for other direct or indirect consequential damages.