This show is about how to program a Raspberry Pi with no operating system and no libraries.
Hosted by Gabriel Evenfire on 2014-10-16 is flagged as Clean and is released under a CC-BY-SA license.
Tags: programming,embedded systems,raspberry pi.
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A series focusing on concepts and the basics of programming
This show is about programming on a Raspberry Pi with on operating
system or libraries. In this programming environment, the only software
that the CPU executes is the software that you write. This episode
introduces how to configure the build environment and get a basic
application up and running. From here one can leverage these techniques
to build more sophisticated applications and deepen ones knowledge of
Here is some of the source material that I used while working on this
little learning experience.
dwelch67's bare metal repository
- Homepage: https://gitorious.org/catrpi
- Git repo: git://gitorious.org/catrpi/catrpi.git
- My own repository of code that I wrote during this little project.
Adafruit USB to TTL cable
Script to build the ARM toolchain
Comment #1 posted on 2014-10-17T07:08:23Z by Mike Ray
Thanks for an excellent show! A complex and interesting subject covered in an interesting and pleasing way. More of the same please
Comment #2 posted on 2014-11-09T11:36:14Z by Alison Chaiken
Very valuable content
I really enjoyed listening and look forward to consulting your links. I work on the ARM Linux kernel on a different processor and appreciate the opportunity to learn more about how boot-time initialization really works and how ELF varies among processors.
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