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Wind River Linux LTS Application Development

Wind River Linux LTS Application Development

The Wind River® Linux LTS Application Development course provides engineers with a fast, cost-effective way to acquire the skills necessary to configure and utilize components of Wind River Linux LTS, using command-line techniques exclusively.

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WIND RIVER LINUX LTS APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT

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Course Description

The Wind River® Cloud Platform Essentials course provides engineers with a fast, cost-effective way to acquire the skills necessary to deploy, monitor, and maintain a Cloud Platform system and applications.

After this course, participants will be able to perform the following:

  • Configure, build, and validate a Wind River Linux application project
  • Use layers and templates effectively
  • Design, develop, integrate, debug, build, run, and test applications in a target-host development environment with Linux
  • Write applications that take advantage of advanced Linux features
  • Effectively debug multi-threaded and multi-process applications
  • Prepare applications for integration with Wind River Linux–based devices

Products Supported

  • Wind River Linux LTS 18
  • The following targets are available: QEMU simulated target
    (Intel® x86-64)

Course Format

  • This four-day expert-led course consists of lectures and lab sessions.
  • Attendees use Wind River Linux LTS to gain experience with the topics presented, using command-line interface techniques.
  • Participants examine and exercise simulated targets in hands-on labs.
  • Participants receive individual guidance from an expert engineer who has extensive experience with Wind River technologies.

Audience

  • Developers who are getting started with the Yocto Project and Wind River Linux
  • Developers who want to learn more about writing applications targeting Linux-based devices River Linux
  • Customers who have recently purchased or are considering purchasing
    Wind River Linux

Prerequisite Skills

  • Basic understanding of operating systems and debugging techniques
  • Understanding of makefiles
  • Functional knowledge of Linux
  • One year of C or C++ programming experience on Linux/UNIX

Prerequisite Courses

  • Introduction to Linux

Related Courses

  • Wind River Linux CLI Essentials
  • Wind River Linux Device Driver and Board Support Package Development 

Syllabus

Day 1

Introduction to Embedded Linux

  • Overview of Linux
  • Linux boot process
  • Linux user space
  • Cross development
  • Open source software licenses
  • LAB: Getting Started with the Wind River Linux Lab
    Environment

Introduction to Wind River Linux

  • Overview of Linux
  • Linux boot process
  • Creating a build environment
  • Build environment structure
  • Building target images
  • Optimizing builds
  • Package revision management
  • LAB: Managing a Build Environment from the Command Line
  • LAB: Customizing the Target Image

Target Management

  • Hardware targets
  • Cross development workflow
  • Deploying to hardware targets
  • Simulating a target with QEMU
  • LAB: Managing Simulated Targets from the Command Line 

Day 2

Application Development

  • Application development workflow
  • Migrating applications to a build environment
  • Application debugging
  • LAB: Building Applications from the Command Line
  • LAB: Debugging Applications with GDB
  • LAB: Debugging a Program Crash with GDB
  • LAB: Profiling CPU Usage
  • LAB: Profiling Memory Usage
  • LAB: Analyzing Code Coverage

Software Management

  • Overview
  • Build lifecycle
  • Managing packages
  • Integrating new software
  • Recipes
  • LAB: Managing Packages
  • LAB: Patching Packages
  • LAB: Writing a Recipe
  • LAB: Integrating Applications with the devtool Tool

Layers and Templates

  • Layers
  • Anatomy of a layer
  • Templates
  • Layer and template processing
  • LAB: Creating Layers
  • LAB: Managing Layers and Templates

Day 3

Linux Processes and Threads

  • Processes
  • Process lifecycle
  • Threads
  • Thread lifecycle
  • Scheduling
  • LAB: Multi-tasking in a Linux Application
  • LAB: Managing the Scheduler

Memory Management

  • How memory is managed
  • Allocating and releasing memory
  • Anonymous memory mapping
  • Manipulating memory
  • Common memory problems
  • LAB: Allocating Memory
  • LAB: Sharing Memory

File Input/Output

  • Overview of files in Linux
  • Basic I/O
  • Buffered I/O
  • Memory-mapped I/O
  • Exchanging binary data
  • LAB: Reading and Writing Data
  • LAB: Implementing Advanced File I/O
  • LAB: Working with Directories

Day 4

Inter-Process Communications

  • Overview
  • Files
  • Pipes and FIFOs
  • Message queues
  • Shared memory
  • Sockets
  • Signals
  • LAB: Communicating with Pipes
  • LAB: Communicating with FIFOs
  • LAB: Communicating with Message Queues

Synchronization 

  • Overview of concurrency
  • File locks
  • Semaphores
  • Mutexes
  • Futexes
  • Condition variables
  • Deadlocks
  • LAB: Synchronizing Threads

Libraries

  • Overview of libraries
  • Static libraries
  • Shared libraries
  • Dynamically loaded libraries
  • Common libraries
  • Library tools
  • LAB: Creating Libraries
  • LAB: Working with Dynamically Loaded Libraries
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COURSE DETAILS SUMMARY

  • Duration: 4 Days
  • Course Information: View
  • Format: Lectures and Labs
  • Type: Instructor-led
  • Price/Schedule: TBD

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About this course

WIND RIVER LINUX LTS APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT

Buy Now

Course Description

The Wind River® Cloud Platform Essentials course provides engineers with a fast, cost-effective way to acquire the skills necessary to deploy, monitor, and maintain a Cloud Platform system and applications.

After this course, participants will be able to perform the following:

  • Configure, build, and validate a Wind River Linux application project
  • Use layers and templates effectively
  • Design, develop, integrate, debug, build, run, and test applications in a target-host development environment with Linux
  • Write applications that take advantage of advanced Linux features
  • Effectively debug multi-threaded and multi-process applications
  • Prepare applications for integration with Wind River Linux–based devices

Products Supported

  • Wind River Linux LTS 18
  • The following targets are available: QEMU simulated target
    (Intel® x86-64)

Course Format

  • This four-day expert-led course consists of lectures and lab sessions.
  • Attendees use Wind River Linux LTS to gain experience with the topics presented, using command-line interface techniques.
  • Participants examine and exercise simulated targets in hands-on labs.
  • Participants receive individual guidance from an expert engineer who has extensive experience with Wind River technologies.

Audience

  • Developers who are getting started with the Yocto Project and Wind River Linux
  • Developers who want to learn more about writing applications targeting Linux-based devices River Linux
  • Customers who have recently purchased or are considering purchasing
    Wind River Linux

Prerequisite Skills

  • Basic understanding of operating systems and debugging techniques
  • Understanding of makefiles
  • Functional knowledge of Linux
  • One year of C or C++ programming experience on Linux/UNIX

Prerequisite Courses

  • Introduction to Linux

Related Courses

  • Wind River Linux CLI Essentials
  • Wind River Linux Device Driver and Board Support Package Development 

Syllabus

Day 1

Introduction to Embedded Linux

  • Overview of Linux
  • Linux boot process
  • Linux user space
  • Cross development
  • Open source software licenses
  • LAB: Getting Started with the Wind River Linux Lab
    Environment

Introduction to Wind River Linux

  • Overview of Linux
  • Linux boot process
  • Creating a build environment
  • Build environment structure
  • Building target images
  • Optimizing builds
  • Package revision management
  • LAB: Managing a Build Environment from the Command Line
  • LAB: Customizing the Target Image

Target Management

  • Hardware targets
  • Cross development workflow
  • Deploying to hardware targets
  • Simulating a target with QEMU
  • LAB: Managing Simulated Targets from the Command Line 

Day 2

Application Development

  • Application development workflow
  • Migrating applications to a build environment
  • Application debugging
  • LAB: Building Applications from the Command Line
  • LAB: Debugging Applications with GDB
  • LAB: Debugging a Program Crash with GDB
  • LAB: Profiling CPU Usage
  • LAB: Profiling Memory Usage
  • LAB: Analyzing Code Coverage

Software Management

  • Overview
  • Build lifecycle
  • Managing packages
  • Integrating new software
  • Recipes
  • LAB: Managing Packages
  • LAB: Patching Packages
  • LAB: Writing a Recipe
  • LAB: Integrating Applications with the devtool Tool

Layers and Templates

  • Layers
  • Anatomy of a layer
  • Templates
  • Layer and template processing
  • LAB: Creating Layers
  • LAB: Managing Layers and Templates

Day 3

Linux Processes and Threads

  • Processes
  • Process lifecycle
  • Threads
  • Thread lifecycle
  • Scheduling
  • LAB: Multi-tasking in a Linux Application
  • LAB: Managing the Scheduler

Memory Management

  • How memory is managed
  • Allocating and releasing memory
  • Anonymous memory mapping
  • Manipulating memory
  • Common memory problems
  • LAB: Allocating Memory
  • LAB: Sharing Memory

File Input/Output

  • Overview of files in Linux
  • Basic I/O
  • Buffered I/O
  • Memory-mapped I/O
  • Exchanging binary data
  • LAB: Reading and Writing Data
  • LAB: Implementing Advanced File I/O
  • LAB: Working with Directories

Day 4

Inter-Process Communications

  • Overview
  • Files
  • Pipes and FIFOs
  • Message queues
  • Shared memory
  • Sockets
  • Signals
  • LAB: Communicating with Pipes
  • LAB: Communicating with FIFOs
  • LAB: Communicating with Message Queues

Synchronization 

  • Overview of concurrency
  • File locks
  • Semaphores
  • Mutexes
  • Futexes
  • Condition variables
  • Deadlocks
  • LAB: Synchronizing Threads

Libraries

  • Overview of libraries
  • Static libraries
  • Shared libraries
  • Dynamically loaded libraries
  • Common libraries
  • Library tools
  • LAB: Creating Libraries
  • LAB: Working with Dynamically Loaded Libraries
Buy Now

COURSE DETAILS SUMMARY

  • Duration: 4 Days
  • Course Information: View
  • Format: Lectures and Labs
  • Type: Instructor-led
  • Price/Schedule: TBD

CONTACT US