Pengutronix at FrOSCon 2018

This year, a team from Pengutronix attended FrOSCon in St. Augustin for the first time. We took the opportunity to shake hands, talk about our latest developments and meet hackers interested in working with embedded Linux.

To show some of our work, we brought a demo for updating embedded devices with RAUC and hawkBIT and a Video Demo based on a fully open-source graphics stack with Etnaviv, Weston and GStreamer, cycling through four of the Blender Project's Open Movies in HD resolution.

Our hardware hacker had some fruitful discussions about electronic designs and possible use-cases for tools like our USB-SD-Mux, that makes the annoying juggling of SD cards between development host and target hardware a remnant of the past. When we started with that project, we would never have guessed that there was such a high demand for such a device, but from the large number of interested questions we gather that this is a niche that needs to be filled.

We also recognize that testing embedded devices is becoming an increasingly important and visible subject in the community. This motivates us to continue our efforts around this topic.

Besides that, our Penguin stickers and black pencils were popular as usual ;)

We'd like to thank FrOSCon Team for this great conference.


Weiterführende Links

Pengutronix at Embedded World 2022

Welcome to our booth at the Embedded World 2022 in Nürnberg!


Tutorial: Start With RAUC Bundle Encryption Using meta-rauc

Enrico Jörns | | RAUC, Yocto, tutorial

In its current master branch, RAUC now supports encrypted Bundles. This tutorial will introduce you to the basics of using encryption in RAUC and show how to use it in a simplified Yocto setup with the meta-rauc Layer.


CLT-2022: Voll verteilt!

Marie Mann | | clt, event, linux, talk, tutorial

Unter dem Motto "Voll verteilt" finden die Chemnitzer Linux Tage auch 2022 im virtuellen Raum statt. Wie auch im letzten Jahr, könnt ihr uns in der bunten Pixelwelt des Workadventures treffen und auf einen Schnack über Linux, Open Source, oder neue Entwicklungen vorbei kommen.


Pengutronix at FOSDEM 2022

"FOSDEM is a free event for software developers to meet, share ideas and collaborate. Every year, thousands of developers of free and open source software from all over the world gather at the event in Brussels." -- FOSDEM


RAUC v1.6 Released

Enrico Jörns | | rauc

While major changes are about to come, the RAUC v1.6 release already paves the way under the hood. Built-in streaming support will be one of the next features built on top of the 'verity' bundle format in RAUC.


Konferenzen 2021: Ein Rück- und Ausblick

Marie Mann | | conference, talk

Neben den Verbesserungen rund um Embedded-Linux-Software und der Weiterentwicklung des Linux-Kernels hat das Team von Pengutronix im letzten Jahr die Gelegenheit genutzt, dass viele Konferenzen vom eigenen Schreibtisch aus erreichbar waren. Dadurch konnten wir unsere Erfahrungen und Ideen noch breiter mit der Community teilen und auch an Konfrenzen Teilnehmen, die für uns sonst Flugstunden entfernt lägen.


Pengutronix on ELC 2021

conference, elce

The sun is shining for the last days of summer 2021. It doesn't only mean that autumn is coming, but also that this year's ELC is in preparation.


Smart City - vom Rapid Prototyping bis zur Tragfähigen Infrastruktur

Wir wollen zum Bundesweiten Digitaltag am 18.6.2021 das Thema "Smarte Städte" ein bisschen von der technischen Seite beleuchten, aber keine Angst: es bleibt für alle verständlich.


Yocto Project Virtual Summit 2021

Enrico Jörns | | Event, Yocto
On Tuesday, 25th and Wednesday, 26th, the 3rd edition of the Yocto Project Virtual Summit took place on the internet. With a fair ticket price of 40$ Pengutronix developers Jan Lübbe and Enrico Jörns got a 2-day long wild ride through the latest features, workflows and experiences with the Yocto Project.

Showcase: Grafik auf i.MX8MP

Die Inbetriebnahme der Grafikausgabepipeline auf dem i.MX8M Plus (kurz i.MX8MP) ist ein aktuelles Beispiel dafür, wie Open Source und Upstream-Treiber für GPUs und Displayeinheiten Aufwand und Risiko im Projekt reduzieren können.