Entries by Neil Armstrong

Linux Kernel v4.13 released, our contributions

Linux Kernel v4.13 released BayLibre has continued our contribution to the Linux community as seen with this new version of Linux Kernel v4.13, released on Sept 3rd. For this version we supplied: multiple team members many work hours several cups of coffee and a few pastries An excellent summary of this release can be found at KernelNewbies. […]

Zephyr 1.7.0 released, BayLibre contributions

The 1.7.0 Release of the Zephyr Project was made on March 11th. The 1.7 Release is now available for download! Check out the new features and board support https://t.co/RiacdZeeZL — Zephyr Project (@ZephyrIoT) 14 mars 2017 A full changelog of this release is available on the project release notes page. BayLibre contributed support for the STM32L476 microcontroller […]

3D Graphics on mainline Linux

During the ELC Showcase event, BayLibre showed, among other demos, Quake III Arena running fully accelerated on an Odroid-C2 powered by the Amlogic S905 SoC. Quake 3 Arena running on mainline Linux 4.10 on Amlogic S905 SoC at #lfelc 1080p 60fps ! pic.twitter.com/va5BeuXM0L — Neil Armstrong (@Superna9999) 23 février 2017 This particular demo was running […]

BayLibre Attended ELC 2017 in Portland

Last week, BayLibre team attended the Embedded Linux Conference North America 2017 edition in Portland, Oregon. In this particular edition, Patrick, Fabien and Neil talked about Power Instrumentation, Zephyr and Amlogic Mainline Linux status. Fabien Parent and @Superna9999 presenting “War Story: Using Zephyr Project to Develop a Wearable Device” at #lfelc https://t.co/P8CMu7wRrT pic.twitter.com/Foc8taPPGl — BayLibre […]