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Yocto Project Hands-On with Toradex
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It may be difficult for novice to intermediate Linux users and developers to get a fundamental understanding of the "Yocto Project", as it doesn't necessarily follow the same paradigms as traditional software development. Additionally, System on Module (SoM) vendors, such as Toradex, may apply their own customizations to the Yocto Project as part of their Board Support Package (BSP) that may require some additional understanding.
In this webinar, we will take a hands-on look at the Yocto Project and how to get a BSP up and running.
Attendees will learn:
- The paradigm of the Yocto project
- The mindset that an engineer should have when working with a BSP based on Yocto
- The organization and structure of the BSP provided by Toradex.
- Best practices engineers should follow when customizing a vendor-provided BSP to fit their custom hardware
This webinar will focus heavily on demos and examples targeting a Toradex Verdin iMX8M Mini on a Dahlia carrier board.