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Revision as of 12:55, 7 April 2009

Join us April 6-8 at Embedded Linux Conference 2009!

Embedded Linux Wiki

Users Online: <whosonline></whosonline>

Welcome to the eLinux wiki! The purpose of this wiki is to preserve and present information about the development and use of Linux in embedded systems. To use this wiki, click on one of the portal links below.

Development Portals


eLinux Wiki editor contest is announced!

For the next few weeks, CELF will be running an editor contest for this Wiki. The grand prize is a choice of a Sony PlayStation 3 (or $500 U.S.), with several smaller prizes provided as well.

See ELC2009 Editor Contest

Highlight - Did you know...?

Squash FS was accepted into the mainline kernel, and is now in the 2.6.29-rc tree? SquashFS is a compressed, read-only filesystem, commonly used in many existing embedded Linux systems. Phillip Lougher, the Squash FS maintainer, was sponsored by CELF to push this code to mainline. It had been used as patches outside of mainline for many years.

See the elinux wiki SquashFS page or http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Squashfs for more information about this useful filesystem.

Technology Watch List

See the Technology Watch List for a list of interesting projects and their current status in the Linux development community.

eLinux.org Information and Usage tips

The main portals of the site take you to lists of resources or collections of information, you can use to tackle problems in the particular area referred to. For example, if you have a problem with boot up time of your embedded Linux system, click on "Boot Time". You can also see a list of all the pages on this site.

The following icons are for general information about this site, and related resources.

We hope this information is helpful in your development tasks.

If you see something wrong, please change it. If you know something more about an issue, please add it. Please help to extend this wiki. Thank you!


To experiment with this wiki try Sandbox. See the User's Guide for usage and configuration help.