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Using Intel® Technology with Linux* Kernel ModuleThe white paper describes porting and patching methods for enabling Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers kernel module support into custom distributions and Linux* kernels for high-performance, integrated graphics.The Intel® Embedded Graphics Drivers kernel module is the Linux kernel component responsible for allowing the X-window system driver access to the Intel graphics device. Its role is critical in enabling everything from simple 2D graphics and windowing subsystems to full-featured OpenGL*-based 3D applications.Read the full Using Intel® Technology with Linux* Kernel Module White Paper.
Mark Hatle describes creating a custom embedded distribution on any architecture. (v.001, Oct. 2011)
Shows how to view tasks on VxWorks* and compile objects exposed to debugging. (v.1, June 2009)
Shows how to view tasks on Linux* and compile objects exposed to debugging. (v.1, June 2009)