6 Ways to Make Embedded Linux Boot More Quickly
The good news about embedded Linux is that, due to its tremendous reliability, it rarely needs to be re-booted (unlike some other operating systems). But when it does, it can be quite slow to boot — unless you’ve taken care to configure things appropriately.
By considering various optimizations which can be done 1) at the bootloader layer, 2) at the Linux kernel and device driver layer, and 3) at the root filesystem layer, there are numerous ways to speed up the time it takes to boot the device you are building. Al Feczko, Timesys VP of Sales and Field Engineering, will share 6 ways that you can make your customized version of embedded Linux boot more quickly.
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