We hope you find this book useful. If you have bought it along with another Aleph One Product such as the LART development kit, or Aleph ARMLinux, then please take the time to read it so that you know what you have, where to start, how to install, and where to turn if you have problems.
ARMLinux for Developers would not have been possible without the work of many people. We would therefore like to particularly thank:
Jan-Derk Bakker, Eric Mouw, Marc Joosen and Johan Pouwelse of the LART project for LART, blob, help and vision;
Remote 12 Systems of London for LART part sourcing;
Chris Rutter for the GNU Toolchain chapter, the Debian Autobuilder and the http://www.armlinux.org/ facilities;
Brian Bray for the ARM Structured Alignment FAQ;
John G Dorsey for his description of installing ARMLinux on an Intel Assabet;
Russell King for the orginal ARM kernel port, continuing maintainance, and the http://www.arm.linux.org.uk/;
Stephen Harris, George Wright and Nathan Catlow for their Psion documentation;
Phil Blundell for work on and advice about the ARM Toolchain, and work on Debian and Bootfloppies;
Nicolas Pitre for his work on the kernel,and the JFlash utility;
Steve Wiseman for his work on JTAG;
Holly Gates for the JTAG dongle design;
and of course the many others who have worked on Debian ARM, the ARM kernel port and the people whose expertise we have tried to incorporate into this book.
We also acknowledge all Trademarks used in this book.