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Pengutronix Contributions to v4.10

Robert Schwebel | | Kernel

Here is a short report about Pengutronix' contributions to the 4.10 kernel. It mainly contains more improvements for the i.MX6 graphics and video subsystem, Etnaviv, Marvell Orion and Altera SoCFPGA.


ELC Europe 2016, Berlin

At the ELC Europe 2016 in Berlin our colleagues Jan Lübbe and Marc Kleine-Budde are talking about two interesting and important presentations about Kernel longterm maintenance strategies and verified boot.


Free Linux BSP for ARM/x86 Emulated Platforms

Robert Schwebel | | PTXdist

Hildesheim, Germany - Pengutronix offers a new release of its free Board Support Package for generic and emulated platforms. It provides all required components to get everything run in a QEMU environment, and is dedicated for beginners in the embedded world. And for the experienced user it can act as a quick start for her/his own development as well.


Pengutronix Techweek 2014

Robert Schwebel | | Event

During week 25/2016 (2016-06-16 to 2016-06-20) the Pengutronix team is out-of-office, due to the yearly internal TechWeek event. During that time, our availability in the Hildesheim office is reduced and we can only be contacted by e-Mail.


Barebox-2014.03.0

Robert Schwebel | | barebox

The Barebox project has released version 2014.03.0 of its bootloader:


Barebox-2014.02.0

Jürgen Borleis | | barebox

The Barebox project has released version 2014.02.0 of its bootloader:


Pengutronix' Activities in Linux 3.13

During our embedded linux projects, the kernel engineers at Pengutronix do a lot of improvements which end up in the mainline kernel. Here's a short story about what went into the recently released 3.13:


PTXdist 2014.01.0

Jürgen Borleis | | PTXdist

The PTXdist project has released version 2014.01.0 of the embedded linux build system:


New PTXdist Features in 2013

Jürgen Borleis | | PTXdist

The main new feature was the introduction and tuning of the toolchain 'wrapper': This wrapper ensures a new level of control about how a PTXdist project is build. In earlier days, the binary results relied more or less on the buildsystem each package comes with. With the new wrapper, a package's buildsystem calls the wrapper instead of gcc and other toolchain components, and all command line parameters given to it can be checked or extended. The wrapper provides enforcement of: