How to set up Windows on Arm for LLVM development
Wednesday, February 16, 202210 mins read
In this blog, Diana Picus, David Spickett, Maxim Kuvyrkov and Omair Javaid from Linaro's Toolchain Working Group provide a step by step guide on how to set up Windows on...
How and why Linaro builds, boots and tests over a million Linux kernels per year
Tuesday, February 8, 202211 mins read
In 2021, Linaro addressed an increase in Linux kernel release candidates whilst also detecting and reporting more than double the amount of regressions, compared to the previous year. In this...
Linaro contributes to the OpenStack community CI officially supporting openEuler
Thursday, January 20, 20225 mins read
At the end of 2021, openEuler entered the list of Openstack official CI test operation systems. In this blog, Linaro Engineers Kevin Zhao and Xinliang Liu talk about the work...
Linaro contributions to the Linux Kernel 5.16 Release
Tuesday, January 18, 20225 mins read
In this blog, we asked the Linaro developers to talk about the contributions and impact they made to the Linux kernel 5.16 release. Read about the release here.
How to emulate Trusted Platform module in QEMU with U-Boot
Thursday, January 6, 20228 mins read
In this blog, Linaro Tech Lead Ilias Apalodimas provides a step by step guide to emulating Trusted Platform module in QEMU with U-Boot. Read more here!
Recent developments in the Open-CMSIS-Pack Project
Thursday, December 9, 20211 min read
In June 2021, Arm transferred the CMSIS-Pack technology to Linaro under a new project named Open-CMSIS-Pack. The project is delivering a standard for software component packaging and related foundation tools...
Integrating Accelerated Video Decoding in AOSP
Tuesday, December 7, 20218 mins read
In this blog, Linaro Engineer John Stultz talks about the work Linaro has done to integrate accelerated video decoding with v412 in AOSP. Read more here.
Improving Audio Latency in Android
Tuesday, December 7, 20212 mins read
How do you save power on a power-constrained system while always being responsive? In this blog, Paolo Valente, Biagio Ferri and Davide Zini talk about the work they have done...
BFQ Linux IO Scheduler Optimizations
Thursday, December 2, 20217 mins read
In this blog, we cover the extra logic applied in BFQ I/O scheduler to support multi-actuator drives. Paving the way to exploiting potential multi-actuator drives.