Exploring Raspberry Pi: Interfacing to the Real World with Embedded Linux

Exploring Raspberry Pi: Interfacing to the Real World with Embedded Linux Book notes


Last Updated: April 20, 2020 by Pepe Sandoval



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Exploring Raspberry Pi: Interfacing to the Real World with Embedded Linux

Index

Chapter 1: Raspberry Pi Hardware

Chapter 2: Raspberry Pi Software

Chapter 1: Raspberry Pi Hardware

RPi Boards RPi Boards Table

  • HW Recommendation: The micro-SD card should be of Class 10 or greater, because the faster read/write speed will save you time in writing images in particular. Ideally, you should use an 8 GB to 32 GB micro-SD

  • The RPi is perfectly suited for projects that require the integration of high-level software and low-level electronics, becasue it takes advantage of the use of Linux OS

  • the RPi is not an ideal platform for real-time systems applications becasue the Linux OS was not designed for real-time or predictable processing.
  • Rhe RPi can be combined with real-time service processors, and the RPi can be used as the "central intelligence", acting as the central processor for a distributed control system
  • The RPi platform is not ideal for project developments that are likely to be commercialized. The Raspberry Pi platform largely utilizes open source software

Models comparison

Chapter 2: Raspberry Pi Software

References

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