LinuxLink is a suite of tools that enables developers to quickly and cost effectively design a custom embedded Linux environment, prototype it, build it online or locally, deploy it to the appropriate hardware, debug and optimize the system, easily deploy the environment for Linux application developers to build upon, and simply upgrade components for easy maintenance. LinuxLink is an end-to-end workflow utilizing open source components such as Makefiles and Yocto Project build environments, Eclipse-based and other GNU tools, and a framework in which to efficiently work and collaborate.
|Name or Standard/Profile||LinuxLink - Embedded Linux Software Development Solution|
|Supported Tools/Features||LinuxLink is a software workflow package that supports both Yocto Project and Timesys Factory build systems. Developers can use LinuxLink’s free cloud-based version to configure custom BSPs and SDKs. Factory and Yocto SDKs are automatically recognized in Timesys’ TimeStorm IDE, enabling them to be used in the development, debugging and profiling of software. Customers who engage with Timesys for project-based support have full use of LinuxLink desktop Factory tools, enabling them to fully customize all aspects of their embedded Linux platform and application and build locally on their host.|
|eXpress DSP Compliant||No|
● Easy to use: Intuitive development environment and free cloud-based version ● Choice of build system: Supports both Timesys Factory and Yocto Project ● Easy customization: Select from 2000+ packages and libraries in the LinuxLink repository or from a whitelist of Yocto layers ● Generates both Factory and Yocto BSPs and SDKs: Automatically recognized in TimeStorm IDE ● Custom notification and update service: Alerts for updates to components used and any discovered security vulnerabilities and provides an easy way to integrate patches ● Access to three Timesys commercial support option
A list and links to documentation relevant to the solution, including schematics, board layout suggestions.
- Datasheets - http://www.timesys.com/pdf/timesys-overview.pdf
TI Product Family Experience
- ARM-Based Processor Platforms