Yocto Project and OpenEmbedded training materials published

Yocto Project and OpenEmbedded trainingAs we announced in out latest newsletter, we recently launched a new Yocto Project and OpenEmbedded development training course.

The first public session will take place in Toulouse, France on November 18-20 and we still have a few seats available. We can also deliver on-site sessions at the location of your choice, see our Training cost and registration page for more details.

However, what brings us here today is that we are happy to announce the release of all the training materials of this new course: like all Bootlin training materials, they are available under the Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike license.

Fully committed to its knowledge sharing principles, Bootlin has chosen to publish those materials even before the first session has taken place.

The materials available are:

We of course welcome reviews, feedback and comments about these materials, in order to improve them where needed. Send us your comments!

Thomas Petazzoni

Author: Thomas Petazzoni

Thomas Petazzoni is Bootlin's co-owner and CEO. Thomas joined Bootlin in 2008 as a kernel and embedded Linux engineer, became CTO in 2013, and co-owner/CEO in 2021. More details...

5 thoughts on “Yocto Project and OpenEmbedded training materials published”

  1. Hi,
    I am working on Lpc1788 customized board with peripherals like Nand flash(128MB from Samsung), SDRAM (32MB), TFT (320×240) which are all working properly with my bare metal programs.

    Now, I am trying to port Embedded Linux using u-boot on the same board. I got u-boot for 1788 board which has no support for Nand flash. I want to enable the Nand flash in the U-boot with proper memory mapping changes. Can any one help me how I can do this.

    I have did my level best research and put my effort to do it on my own, but couldn’t able to make it.
    Please let me know, if any clarification is required from my side.

    Thanks & Warm Regards

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