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There are three different host/target architecture for embedded Linux.

  1. Linked setup
  2. Removable storage setup
  3. Standalone setup

1. Linked setup :

  • In this host/target architecture, the host and target are permanently linked together by serial cable or Ethernet link.

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  • In host/target linked setup, no storage device is required in between host and target.
  • All the transfers occur via serial cable or Ethernet link.
  • The host/target linked setup is most commonly used.
  • In host/target linked setup, the host contains cross-platform development environment.
  • The target contains bootloader, kernel, and root filesystem.


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