Developers of embedded Linux- and embedded Android-based system software are well aware of the benefits of open-source software and its collaborative community of developers. One key resource is the growing abundance of free video tutorials and demonstrations amassed on the websites and YouTube channels of embedded-Linux and embedded-Android oriented projects, organizations, and companies.
This periodically updated LinuxGizmos post provides links to various sources of free video tutorials and demonstrations of interest to developers of Linux- and Android-based embedded systems and software. Additionally, a dynamically updated list of LinuxGizmos articles about freely available embedded Linux- and Android-related conference, webinar, and training videos is available via our videos category page.
Embedded Linux video repositories
Click the titles and other links below to access the corresponding video repositories…
- Linux Foundation videos — selected tutorials from the Linux Foundation’s Linux training course and conference presentations. Topics include: how to build products with embedded Linux; crash-handling in embedded Linux systems; using the Yocto Project; Linux driver development; interrupt handling in device drivers; introduction to Git, Linux virtualization using KVM, Linux performance analysis; open-source software compliance issues and tips; and more. Another interesting page is the Linux Foundation’s YouTube channel project.
- Yocto Project videos — tutorials and demonstrations from the Yocto Project, or from Yocto-related event presentations. Topics include: Yocto Project updates; using Yocto to develop embedded Linux devices; tuning Linux for embedded systems; and more. Additionally, the Yocto Project’s YouTube page is here.
- Linaro YouTube channel — tutorials and demonstrations from the Linaro organization, on topics relating to using Linux and Android in systems and devices based on ARM processors.
- Free Electrons conference videos repository — Free Electrons, a specialist in embedded Linux consulting and training services, has created a repository of downloadable presentation videos from embedded Linux, Android, and open-source conferences since 2008. The videos are released under a Creative Commons license.
Please note: A dynamically updated list of LinuxGizmos articles about freely available embedded Linux- and Android-related conference, webinar, and training videos is available via our videos category page.