Posted January 05, 2020 11:36:51 by jennifer Empowering you to set the electron configuration of an embedded system, the ECLC, can help to ensure your system is secure and work efficiently.
The ECLCs configuration can be done either in the programming language English or French, which is why we will focus on this option in this article.
The purpose of this article is to provide an overview of the configuration options available, as well as to explain why the configuration option is preferable over the default configuration.
To make this easy, we will first provide an example configuration.
This is a simple binary image, with the default electron configuration: Here are the options that are available:The image above can be viewed with a command shell (e.g. sudo sh) or with a web browser.
The default configuration of this binary image can be modified to suit your needs, if desired.
The command sh will display the output of the command in a prompt (e) and echo can be used to print the output to the terminal.
The output can be edited in the command line using the option ‘-e’ to edit the output.
The output is as follows:The default configuration is shown above.
The configuration of the electron array is shown above with the option ‘-d’ to disable the default setting of the array.
The options to disable default electron settings can be found here .
The configuration can be changed to disable a different setting by using the option -e’.
The electron array configuration can also be disabled using the following command: sudo crctl disable electron array.
The electron configuration can be changed to remove an electron from an array by using sudo -a’.
The configuration can then be changed to use an electron array in a different mode (i.e. in an embedded mode).
The configuration for a microcontroller can be modified using -m’ and the options are shown below:The configuration changes can be changed with sudo m’.
The electron configuration will be shown below:The output from the command above is as shown below.
Here is an example of the output:To learn more about electron configurations, follow the links below: electrons electron configuration article