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Bare-metal Raspberry Pi Programming

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Bare-metal Raspberry Pi Programming
This book aims to be a guide and reference to low-level programming on the Raspberry Pi. If you are interested in
porting an existing operating system, writing a new operating system, or just curious about the gory details of the
Raspberry Pi then you've found the right place. The idea is to bring all the bits and pieces that are out there now
together into a single place.
Topics to be covered include
Hardware details
The bootup sequence
ARM assembly language
Obtaining a toolchain
Peripheral interfaces (graphics, network, usb, gpio, etc.)
Memory mapping
Low-level debugging
External References
Raspberry Pi Hub Wiki
[1]
Examples
David Welch's Raspberry Pi bare metal examples
[2]
References
ARM1176JZF-S Technical Reference Manual
[3]
ARMv7 Architecture Reference Manual (Registration Required)
[4]
Raspberry Pi firmware reference
[5]
References
[1] http:/ / elinux.org/ RPi_Hub
[2] https:/ / github.com/ dwelch67/ raspberrypi
[3] http:/ / infocenter.arm. com/ help/ topic/ com.arm.doc. ddi0301h/ index. html
[4] http:/ / infocenter.arm. com/ help/ topic/ com.arm.doc. ddi0406c/ index. html
[5] https:/ / github.com/ raspberrypi/ firmware/ wiki
Article Sources and Contributors
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Article Sources and Contributors
Bare-metal Raspberry Pi Programming Source: http://en.wikibooks.org/w/index.php?oldid=2615352 Contributors: GeoffReedy, Hethrir, Zhjesse
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