Daniel Lezcano a Long term upstream contributor's shares his experience working upstream. He has been doing kernel development for more 10 years and currently maintaining two subsystems of the Linux kernel.
A lot of exciting things have happened in the world of ARM® Coresight™ since our first blog post a few months ago. Good progress was achieved on several fronts and we thought an update was in order to keep readers informed on the latest developments.
The blog post describes why introducing ARM TrustZone support in QEMU is important and the accompanying benefits. The post outlines the turbulent history behind the current development as well as an explanation of the added features.
OP-TEE, open-source security for the mass-market TEE. Behind this acronym hides the Trusted Execution Environment, a small OS-like environment that sits aside a rich operating system – for instance Android. The purpose of the TEE is to keep all secret credentials and data manipulation in the small TEE rather than in a larger rich OS […]
Running Android L Developer Preview on 64-bit ARM QEMU Did you know the Android emulator is based on QEMU? When the Android SDK was first made available to the world, Google used QEMU as the basis for their Android emulator. They copied the source code to a custom repository in the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) […]