ELEC424/COMP424/ELEC553: Mobile & Embedded Systems
Lab 1 - Programming in a Linux Environment
By the end of this lab you will learn how to:
Development Environment Setup
If you already have a Linux computer, great! You can go straight to the lab parts.
Otherwise, download and install the latest version of Virtual Box. It runs for both Windows and Mac OS X hosts. Create a virtual machine with the lastest Ubuntu Desktop Linux inside Virtual Box. Some tips for Settings:
An outdated guide from TI but still very useful. It is for Windows host but that for Mac OS X and Linux hosts is similar. When you run into a problem, remember Google is your best friend.
Submitting your lab report and source code
All lab report and soure code should be submitted in a single .zip file via OwlSpace. The report should be structured with three sections, each dedicated to a part of the lab.