Day 3 at ELC-E started slowly, almost no interesting talks in the morning, so after a long evening with community networking, I had some time to keep up with my blog post. But finally, here is day 3 of my report from europe's largest embedded linux conference...
The 2nd day at ELC-E started again with lots of keynotes, so I took the time to meet people at the sponsor showcase area. It's impressive to see that more and more of our industry customers come to these community conferences as well! A better integration of corporate developers with the Embedded Linux community is definitely a good move.
Day 1 at ELC-E started with Kernel-CI being a Linux Foundation project now. Read more about the talks I heard today in Lyon below...
Right before the ELC-E starts tomorrow, we used the time in the hotel to bake a brand new RAUC release for you (and your embedded devices)! Well, here it is: RAUC v1.2
Morgen startet die Embedded Linux Conference Europe in Lyon/Frankreich, und wie in jedem Jahr nutzt das Pengutronix Team die Gelegenheit zur Präsentation unserer aktuellen Open Source Aktivitäten und zur Vernetzung mit anderen Entwicklern in der Open Source Community. Folgende Tasks wird es in den nächsten Tagen geben:
Has this ever happened to you?
In this blog post I would like to address the challenges of performing unattended and verified updates of embedded Linux systems in the field using open source software and workflows. While updating is not a end in itself, a second part of my considerations goes even further and also works out the necessities and possible workflows for keeping the software stack of a project up to date and thus either preventing security issues or at least enabling a short reaction time in case of severe CVE'S discovered.