Tutorial: Ubuntu Linux on a Handheld / Mobile Device

Ubuntu Linux is a great server and desktop distribution for x86 computers, but did you know that it’s also ideal for handheld and mobile embedded devices?

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Ubuntu’s latest release, Gutsy Gibbon, now includes support for the embedded and mobile spaces with the Ubuntu Mobile and Embedded (UME) project. Get to know the UME project, and find out how to get started. The primary objective of this tutorial is to get you quickly acquainted with the Ubuntu embedded framework and tools. Along the way, you learn about several tools and new approaches to Linux kernel configuration and environment construction. You also learn about some other projects with goals similar to the UME project.

Topics

  • Introduction to the Ubuntu Mobile and Embedded (UME) project, its architecture, and its use
  • How to install and test the Hildon desktop
  • How to build a development environment for a mobile device
  • Other mobile platforms

=> Explore Ubuntu Mobile and Embedded [ free registration required ]

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