2021 – A Year in Review

As 2021 drew to a close, and we entered the New Year, we took the time to reflect on what we’ve achieved over the last 12 months, despite the challenges the Pandemic has thrown our way. Message from the Chair 2021 saw the Yocto Project continue to grow and expand the project’s reach, with AWS … Continued

Join the Yocto Project

In addition to those benefits as may be set forth in the Project’s Charter, Members of the Yocto Project shall be able to receive certain member benefits as set by time to time by vote of the Governing Board, subject to the availability of project resources. Unless also specified in the Charter, any benefit listed … Continued

Yocto Project Long Term Support Announced

To fulfill the evolving requirements of its members and users, the Yocto Project announced a new plan to extend support for selected releases. The new support plan covers an initial two-year period and the first candidate to benefit from this change will be the Yocto Project 3.1 release.   A very important criterion for evaluating … Continued

Yocto Project™ Boosts Engineering Productivity with New Release, Announces Updated Membership

Today, the Yocto Project – an open source collaboration project which enables developers to create custom Linux*-based systems for an expanding array of uses including embedded, IoT, connected edge, servers, and virtual environments – announced their latest project release, Yocto Project 3.0 “Zeus”. Additionally, the project announced industry support from a new platinum member. For … Continued

Devtool hands-on Seminar – Yocto Project Summit 2019

This is a lab session that will walk you through several exercises using Devtool. Speakers: Tim Orling, Sr. Linux Software Engineer, Intel Corporation Tim Orling is a software engineer at the Intel Open Source Technology Center. Tim joined Intel in early 2016 after many years as a volunteer developer for OpenEmbedded and the Yocto Project. … Continued

sstate-cache magic! – Yocto Project Summit 2019

Abstract: From-scratch builds, even using server grade machines (with 40+ cores) will take just under an hour to complete. Additionally this estimate is just for minimal, stripped down images;  Bigger images that bring up more than just core functionality and support things like web browsers/multimedia would take much longer (on the order of several hours). … Continued

Working with NVIDIA Tegra BSP and Supporting Latest CUDA Versions – Yocto Project Summit 2019

Abstract: The usage of Tegra, the CUDA-enabled system on a chip (SoC) series developed by NVIDIA, is increasing in embedded Linux devices for various industries requiring deep learning and artificial intelligence solutions. Often the Ubuntu-derived image provided by NVIDIA L4T and JetPack SDK isn’t flexible enough. Reliable high-quality industrial devices require a custom embedded Linux … Continued

Strenghten your Yocto deployments with Autobuilder2 CI tool – Yocto Project Summit 2019

Abstract: The Yocto Project is using Buildbot for continuous integration services. AutoBuilder is a project that automates build tests and Quality Assurance (QA) upon a Buildbot configuration for the Yocto Project through metadata. Buildbot is a software development continuous integration tool which automates the compile or test cycle required to validate changes to the project … Continued