No Starch Press: Linux Appliance Design Published

No Starch Press has released its newest book Linux Appliance Design. An excerpt from the No Starch site:

"Modern appliances are complex machines with processors, operating systems, and application software. While there are books that will tell you how to run Linux on embedded hardware, and books on how to build a Linux application, Linux Appliance Design is the first book to demonstrate how to merge the two and create a Linux appliance."

It looks like a good mix of hardware and software from the sample chapter Chapter 12: Infrared Remote Control. A CD is also included with the book that contains a “home alarm system” prototype appliance that supports the lessons.

This looks like a cool one to read.

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