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THE HARD DRIVE BIBLE is the definitive reference book for anyone who deals with personal computer data storage devices of any kind.
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THE HARD DRIVE BIBLE is the definitive reference book for anyone who deals with personal computer data storage devices of any kind. This comprehensive work covers installations, drive parameters & set-up information for thousands of Hard Disk, Optical, DAT Tape, & CD-ROM Drives. A concise history of data storage devices is followed by the most expansive compilation of technical data offered to the public today. Specifications, drawings, charts & photos cover jumper settings, cabling, partitioning & formatting of disk drives. SCSI commands & protocols are addressed in addition to chapters revealing the intricacies of different interface standards & common troubleshooting procedures. THE HARD DRIVE BIBLE contains the answers to anyone's questions concerning the purchase, installation & use of modern digital data storage devices. The difficulties caused by compatability mismatches are addressed & solutions are offered. Also featured are controller card information & performance ratings as well as valuable tips on increasing drive performance & reliability through software. THE HARD DRIVE BIBLE is published by Corporate Systems Center, one of the leaders in the digital data storage device field. A 3.5" floppy disk included with the book carries CSC's drive performance test software & formatting tools.
This indispensable book features arcane and previously undocumented procedures for: Building your own GNU development toolchain Using an efficient embedded development framework Selecting, configuring, building, and installing a target ...
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There's a great deal of excitement surrounding the use of Linux in embedded systems -- for everything from cell phones to car ABS systems and water-filtration plants -- but not a lot of practical information. Building Embedded Linux Systems offers an in-depth, hard-core guide to putting together embedded systems based on Linux. Updated for the latest version of the Linux kernel, this new edition gives you the basics of building embedded Linux systems, along with the configuration, setup, and use of more than 40 different open source and free software packages in common use. The book also looks at the strengths and weaknesses of using Linux in an embedded system, plus a discussion of licensing issues, and an introduction to real-time, with a discussion of real-time options for Linux.This indispensable book features arcane and previously undocumented procedures for:Building your own GNU development toolchainUsing an efficient embedded development frameworkSelecting, configuring, building, and installing a target-specific kernelCreating a complete target root filesystemSetting up, manipulating, and using solid-state storage devicesInstalling and configuring a bootloader for the targetCross-compiling a slew of utilities and packagesDebugging your embedded system using a plethora of tools and techniquesUsing the uClibc, BusyBox, U-Boot, OpenSSH, thttpd, tftp, strace, and gdb packagesBy presenting how to build the operating system components from pristine sources and how to find more documentation or help, Building Embedded Linux Systems greatly simplifies the task of keeping complete control over your embedded operating system.
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