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In embedded systems, a board support package (BSP) is implementation specific support code for a given (device motherboard) board that conforms to a given operating system. It is commonly built with a bootloader that contains the minimal device support to load the operating system and device drivers for all the devices on the board.

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What is boot line in BSP

On the wikipedia page Board support package it mentions the term "boot line". What is the meaning of "boot line"?
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USB bootloader for the arduino DUE

I recently bought an Arduino DUE. I was going through the technical details and realized that the DUE acts a a virtual USB device (COM port). I was wondering whether I could upgrade the Board Support ...
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Features to include on a new embedded Linux board to make development and debug easier?

At my work we're planning on developing a new ARM based embedded Linux board. I want to give the hardware guys some guidance on features they could add that would make the software development easier. ...