Embedded Linux boot time optimization training
Learn how to measure and optimize boot time on an embedded Linux system, from the bootloader to the applications.
About this event
An online seminar corresponding to Bootlin's Embedded Linux boot time optimization Training course, described with full details on https://bootlin.com/training/boot-time/. It is delivered over 4 half-days of 4 hours each.
The sessions will alternate between lectures and live demonstrations made by the trainer on real hardware. The live demonstrations will be made using the ARM-based BeagleBoneBlack platform. Even though this particular platform is used for the live demonstrations, the course remains perfectly useful and valid regardless of the specific hardware platform used in your projects.
- Dates and Time:
- May 13, 2024, 13:45 to 18:00, UTC+02:00
- May 14, 2024, 14:00 to 18:00, UTC+02:00
- May 15, 2024, 14:00 to 18:00, UTC+02:00
- May 16, 2024, 14:00 to 18:00, UTC+02:00
Note: the first session starts 15 minutes earlier in order to
have enough time for everyone to test the audio/video setup and
address any issue.
- Oral language: English
- Materials language: English
- Agenda: https://bootlin.com/doc/training/boot-time/boot-time-online-agenda.pdf
- Instructor: Michael Opdenacker (https://bootlin.com/company/staff/michael-opdenacker/)
- Videoconferencing infrastructure: Google Meet or Jitsi Meet
Instructions for joining will be sent to each participant at least 48 hours before the session starts.
Hardware requirements for the course
Besides a computer, an audio headset and a good Internet connection, there are no special requirements to attend this course: the practical labs are performed as live demonstrations by the trainer.
However, if you are interested in reproducing the practical labs by yourself, during the time between the sessions, you can purchase the following hardware items:
- BeagleBone Black or BeagleBone Black Wireless, which comes with its USB-A to micro B
A 5V power supply, at least 2A to power the board and its LCD. For example this power supply from Olimex, but any other compatible power supply will work.
USB Serial Cable - 3.3 V - Female ends (for serial console), such as this cable from Olimex
- A standard USB webcam (supported by the Linux kernel UVC driver)
A standard micro SD card - 1 GB or more
A faster micro SD card - 1 GB or more
Please note that if you want to reproduce the practical labs by yourself, you need to schedule additional time, outside of the session hours.
Again: having this hardware is NOT mandatory to follow the course. Many course participants follow our courses without having the corresponding hardware, and the course is very useful even without the hardware.
Invoices and cancellation policy
Invoices for our courses will be sent after the training session.
Discount vs regular rate
The discount rate is offered at the following conditions:
- You register online and pay by credit card and
- You register at least one month prior to the start of the course and
- You are among the first 6 participants for the session
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Cancellation / Refunds
Discount tickets can be cancelled until April 12, 2024 11:59 P.M.
Regular tickets can be cancelled until May 5, 2024 11:59 P.M.
Bootlin could cancel the training session in the unlikely event that the minimum number of participants is not reached. If this happens you will be fully refunded.
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