Embedded Linux for Boundary Devices Platforms
Timesys provides robust embedded Linux platforms for popular Boundary Devices platforms.
With a LinuxLink account for your Boundary Devices development system, you will be able to:
- Quickly assemble and boot an initial embedded Linux image on your Boundary Devices development system.
- Patch/configure/rebuild/update on your desktop with a properly installed and configured development environment.
- Debug/profile/tune with common open source development tools, including required kernel patches and development libraries/utilities.
- Obtain help on common development tasks with technical assistance and a rich library of Timesys-authored “How To” documentation.
If you’re looking for a framework to help you get your Boundary Devices development system up and running quickly with an open-source embedded Linux platform,give LinuxLink a try. Register now for a free account or try LinuxLink as a guest.
Supported Boundary Devices Platforms
LinuxLink is available for the Development System listed below. For the latest kernel and toolchain information, refer to LinuxLink.
i.MX 6x Family
Boundary Devices BD-SL-i.MX6 built to Freescale® SABRE Lite design
Boundary Devices Nitrogen6 Solo (with Freescale i.MX6 processor)
Boundary Devices Nitrogen6 Dual Lite
(with Freescale i.MX 6 Series processor)
Boundary Devices Nitrogen6X (with Freescale i.MX 6 Series processor)
Boundary Devices Nitrogen6_MAX (with Freescale i.MX 6 Series processor)
i.MX 7x Family
Boundary Devices Nitrogen7