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Five years of Linaro Connect


Five years ago Linaro was announced to the world with the goal of enhancing open source innovation for the next wave of always-connected, always-on computing. Linaro’s work was to be...

Linaro
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Adding A New System Service To Android 5: Tips and How To


Intro: This article explains how to add a new service and associated application APIs to Android Lollipop 5 Starting from a stub HAL object, we’ll tie Java application APIs to...

Jacopo Mondi
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Twenty three years and counting down


For most of us, life keeps us busy enough that just planning for the weekend can be difficult, and plotting plans for anything past six months out is rarely more...

John Stultz
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Evolution of a generic TEE kernel driver


What is TrustZone? A Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) is a hardware assisted tamperproof secure environment where you can run software that are isolated from the rest of the system, such...

Joakim Bech
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More than 300,000 boots and counting: An update on the upstream test system - kernelci.org


Authors: Alan Bennett, Tyler Baker, Kevin Hilman and Milo Casagrande Linux maintainers see hundreds of patches during a Kernel version and there’s never enough time to thoroughly test every change....

Linaro
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Evolution of a generic TEE kernel driver


What is TrustZone? A Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) is a hardware assisted tamperproof secure environment where you can run software that are isolated from the rest of the system, such...

Joakim Bech
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Linaro 15.06 Release Available for Download


“There’s coffee in that nebula!” Capt. Kathryn Janeway, Star Trek: Voyager, “The Cloud” Linaro 15.06 release is now available for download. See the detailed highlights of this release to get...

Linaro
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A short History of the Future - Part I


When the idea that became Linaro came to us in late 2009, the world was (or at least appeared to be) a much simpler place. The technical problems were more...

David Rusling
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Tricks for debugging QEMU — rr


Over the years I’ve picked up a few tricks for tracking down problems in QEMU, and it seemed worth writing them up. First on the list is a tool I’ve...

Peter Maydell