ARM 64-Bit Bootstrapping with OpenEmbedded - Marcin Juszkiewicz, Linaro
The time has come - there is ARM 64-bit architecture right behind a corner. In this talk I will present how OpenEmbedded was used to build root filesystem for fast models simmulating not-yet-existing hardware. Presentation is targeted at developers interested in cross compilation, handling new architectures in existing projects.
In 2004 I bought Sharp Zaurus PDA and started embedded Linux development first as a hobby and then as daily work. Worked with companies like OpenedHand, Vernier or Bug Labs. | | Now member of Developer Platform at Linaro (assigned from Canonical) where I work mostly on cross compilation related things.
Wednesday November 7, 2012 11:35am - 12:20pm
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