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Whenever it is a requirement to be able to switch off an embedded device without any previous preparation, the next question is about the consistence of the the used filesystem. If this filesystem is used to be written with new content and this new/changed data hasn't done it's way to the persistent media when the power is cut, this new/changed data is lost.
On June, 27th, while the sun was relentlessly heating up Germany as hardly every before, above 50 employees from many companies came together in a well air-conditioned room in the TP ConferenceCenter in Heidelberg. All operating in different fields of application but all involved in embedded systems and all interested to learn something new about security and deploying software updates.
barebox works great on NXP's i.MX platforms. While there is some support for Marvell's mvebu platform, it is not even near being complete. The main limitation is in my eyes that there is no code to initialize RAM settings on these machines.