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Embedded Linux using Yocto – Course Site

Embedded Linux using Yocto – Course Site

Learn Yocto Project

What you’ll learn

Embedded Linux using Yocto – Course Site

  • Yocto Project Terminology: poky, bitbake, oe-core, metadata, recipe, classes, configuration, layers, image, and packages

  • Setting up a build environment for Yocto development

  • Build an image and run it in QEMU for x86-64 and ARM architecture

  • Understand and explore the various directories: source and build

  • Booting Process in Beagle Bone Black and Raspberry Pi3

  • Build and flash Yocto Image on Beagle Bone Black and Raspberry Pi3

  • Various Yocto Project Releases and Frequency, which one to choose

  • Using meta-ti layer, build an image for beaglebone black


  • Ubuntu or Linux host PC for development

  • Basic Linux Knowledge of commands

  • Good to have Beagle Bone Black or Raspberry Pi3, else you can use QEMU


Become a Yocto developer and create a custom embedded Linux image for your custom board

With over


students enrolled,

50+ 5 star reviews,

these comprehensive Yocto tutorials will cover everything you’ll need in your profession.

With over

80 lectures,

this comprehensive course will take you


through engaging video tutorials and teach you all the essential concepts and topics you need to get started with Yocto. There are


in the course, which will help you verify your learning

What will you learn in this course?

  • We will start with the basic concepts and terminology of Yocto
  • Set up our development PC for building Yocto
  • Build and Run generated Yocto Image on QEMUX86-64 and QEMUARM
  • Build various images provided by Poky (Minimal, Sato, etc)
  • Add packages to the generated image
  • Exploring Build and source directories
  • Understand the booting process of Raspberry Pi3 and Beaglebone black
  • Adding custom layers to the build
  • Generate and Flash Yocto images for Raspberry Pi3 with a meta-raspberrypi layer
  • Generate and Flash Yocto Images for Beaglebone black with and without a meta-ti layer
  • Adding ssh support
  • Yocto Release Process: Frequency of releases, Types of Releases, and Release lifecycle

What if I have questions?

You can ask questions anytime using the Q/A section. We love to answer your questions. You also get access to existing Questing and Answers

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Who this course is for:

  • Easy understanding of how Yocto works
  • Wants to try running Yocto on QEMU/Beagle Bone Black/Raspberry Pi3
  • Understand the booting process of Raspberry Pi3 and Beagle bone black

Embedded Linux using Yocto – Course Site

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