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Installing a .ko module on an embedded Linux system that does not support modules

From the answers to this question I have discovered that the embedded Linux distribution provided to me, by my hardware supplier, was not built with kernel support. If I am to use this distribution I ...
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2answers
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System Management Mode in embedded systems

I wish to install Xenomai which works on Linux providing a kind of hard real time environment. x86/64 architectures are supposed to contain the "System Management Mode" which prevents them from being ...
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5answers
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Low Cost, 2 Ethernet Ports & Runs Linux [closed]

Looking for an inexpensive embedded device that contains 2 Ethernet Ports, runs Linux (or some other type of Unix), and is under $50. My main concern is cost. It must be under $50 and have 2 Ethernet ...
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2answers
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Sony runs which operating system? Oracle Linux or Crestron Extron or Minix or OS X?

Sony has TV, PlayStation, Camera random hardware's. Where many of those have GUI available too. I want to run my BASH script there with ncurses. But how do they drive there devices? Which operating ...
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1answer
128 views

Set runlevel at boot via hardware (analog) input, switch, etc.?

I've got pretty solid Linux experience, but little in the embedded/small system area, and this one has me baffled. I've agreed to help a friend work on a project using a tiny little x86-compatible ...
4
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1answer
476 views

Capturing OS/hardware communication / reverse engineering drivers

This may be too broad of a question, but I'm not really sure what exactly I'm looking for. My main question is how the open source community reverse engineers windows drivers (for say, video cards) to ...
6
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1answer
375 views

Linux kernel 2.6 on ARM

I have compiled and installed the 2.6 kernel on an ARM board. I am using the ARM mini2440 board. I would like to know if there is already a way to access the General Purpose I/O port pins? Or will ...
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6answers
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Linux Programmable Controller

I'm looking for a programmable Linux controller for home automation and general fun projects. Requirements: Controlling electric appliances - On/Off switches and dimmers (perhaps using relays) ...