Getting started with Embedded Linux

Embedded Linux is a compact version of Linux designed to use for embedded devices and appliances. It provides features and services that support building applications suited for embedded systems. Use this document to familiarize yourself with setting up the Unity Editor for Embedded Linux. For information on distributions, see Embedded Linux Distributions.

Note: As the Embedded Linux platform for Unity is not yet available to download from the Unity website, contact your Account Manager or the Unity Sales team to get access.