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Linaro #1 contributor to the Linux kernel 4.9 release


Linaro has been a long-standing top 5 company contributor to Linux kernel development. With the release of Linux kernel 4.9, Linaro has for the first time made the top position,...

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Ensuring Bootable Arm VM Images


A while back, during Linaro Connect 2013, Riku Voipio (Linaro) asked a simple but important question: “When you guys are done building hypervisors that work on Arm, how do we...

Christoffer Dall
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Kprobes Event Tracing on Armv8


Introduction Kprobes is a kernel feature that allows instrumenting the kernel by setting arbitrary breakpoints that call out to developer-supplied routines before and after the breakpointed instruction is executed (or...

David Long
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Linaro 16.12 Release Available for Download


“I retain the right to change my mind, as always. Le Linus e mobile.”  – Linus Torvalds Linaro 16.12  release is now available for download.  See the detailed highlights of...

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Linaro Connect Budapest (BUD17) Registration has launched!


We are pleased to announce that registration for Linaro Connect Budapest (BUD17) has opened!  Linaro Connect has become the event to attend if you are interested in Linux development and related...

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Linaro Connect Budapest (BUD17) Registration has launched!


We are pleased to announce that registration for Linaro Connect Budapest (BUD17) has opened!  Linaro Connect has become the event to attend if you are interested in Linux development and...

Linaro
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Linaro 16.11 Release Available for Download


“What we wish, that we readily believe.” – Demosthenes Linaro 16.11 release is now available for download. See the detailed highlights of this release to get an overview of what...

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TEE Development With No Hardware - Is That Possible?


It is a well-known fact that it has been hard to get started with TEE development for a couple of reasons. For example, it has been hard to get access...

Joakim Bech
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Open source continuous integration (CI) for Zephyr at ELC


Cloud-based continuous integration /klaʊd beɪst kənˈtɪnjʊəs ɪntɪˈɡreɪʃ(ə)n/ a software development practice that pretty much nobody would associate with microcontrollers … I found myself last month representing Linaro at the Zephyr...

Bill Fletcher