Entries by Kevin Hilman

BayLibre at Embedded Linux Conference Europe

This week is Embedded Linux Conference Europe, and BayLibre engineers are giving a few talks. Neil Armstrong: What the Clock!  — A tutorial on the Linux kernel clock subsystem. Khouloud Touil: Let’s test with KernelCI — How to add tests to the KernelCI project Neil Armstrong:U-Boot: Porting and Maintaining a Bootloader for a Multimedia SoC Family […]

Linux Kernel 5.0 released, our contributions

BayLibre has continued our contribution to the Linux community as seen with this new version of Linux Kernel 5.0, released on Sunday, March 3rd 2019.  An excellent summary of this release can be found at KernelNewbies. Here is a summary of our contributions, organized by SoC family and a summary graph of contributions by developer. Amlogic SoC family: […]

Kernel Recipes: Mainline Linux on AML-S905X-CC: Le Potato

At Kernel Recipes this year, BayLibre was proud to partner with the Libre Computer Project to give away around 30 “Le Potato” boards to attendees.  Kernel Recipes is already known for its throw microphone, but this year each speaker threw a “Le Potato” board at the audience. For those who received the board, pre-built images (to […]

Nexbox A1 serial console

The Nexbox A1 which includes an 8-core Amlogic S912 processor, is now supported in v4.10 of the Linux kernel, thanks in part to the work of BayLibre. If you’d like to help with kernel development on this platform, the first think you’ll need is access to the serial console.  The serial port is not brought […]

Kernel Recipes 2016

BayLibre was proud to be a sponsor of this this years Kernel Recipes conference in Paris.  Kernel Recipes is a small, technical conference focused on various topics related to the Linux Kernel. I was a speaker again this year, and  gave a talk about the kernelci.org project.  The talk was a brief overview of the project, its history and […]