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Re: [vox] uClinux talk



begin: William Kendrick <nbs@sonic.net> quote
> Here's Rob Wehrli's outline for the talk he'll be flying out to give on
> Feburary 18th:
> 
> 
> > Hitachi H8-uClinux for a GNU Generation!
> > Presentation by: Rob Wehrli
> > Sponsored by: Arizona Cooperative Power and Hitachi
> > 
> > Welcome to uClinux on Hitachi H8 Microprocessors!
> > -------------------------------------------------
> > 
> > Arizona Cooperative Power and Hitachi invite the
> > Linux Usersgroup of Davis California to join for
> > a night of technical discussion and presentation
> > by Rob Wehrli on the subject of uClinux on H8.
> 
> 
> He's asked if I could let him know what we'd like him to focus on, and
> what topics we think he can gloss over, to make it fit in ~45minutes.
 
i'd like to add some topics:

* what is an H8 microprocessor  (and why)
* why rename linux for these processors

stuff that i'd probably like to know about:

*   Microprocessor Requirements for uClinux
*   Porting the gdb-stub
*   Embedded Device Drivers
*   Debugging Tools & Techniques


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