Slides from Developer Day 2014 in Dusseldorf, Germany
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Introduction to the Yocto Project - Rudi Streif, ibeeto
This presentation gives a thorough introduction to the project, showing the basic features and philosophy as well as showing how all of the tools work in tandem to create embedded Linux images. This presentation creates a foundation for the lab in the next half of the day.
Introduction to the Yocto Project: Hands-on Lab - Chris Hallinan, Mentor Graphics
This hands-on lab leads attendees through the creation of embedded images using Yocto Project tools, building on the knowledge learned in the previous presentation. The lab requires attendees to use their own laptops to connect to a virtual private cloud server, where they will perform the builds as if they were local and then see the results using their chosen board. You will use the provided board and then take it home with you, and the lab will continue to be accessible after the conference.
INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED USER TRACK
Advanced Lab: IoT Development - David Reyna, Wind River Systems
This advanced hands-on lab leads attendees through the decision process to determine the contents of an image for an IoT-focused device. The lab requires attendees to use their own laptops to connect to a virtual private cloud server, where they will perform the builds as if they were local and then see the results using their chosen board, with any needed peripherals provided. You will use the provided board and then take it home with you, and the lab will continue to be accessible after the conference.
Toaster - David Reyna
Toaster is a new technology being developed by the Yocto Project team for graphically enhanced system development. This session will provide a full demonstration.
The Yocto Project Meets the Comcast RDK - Khem Raj, Comcast
RDK is a framework for CPE/Set-top devices, which is being adopted in cable industry as de-facto standard software stack, RDK is based on Linux operating system, however its now working on rebasing itself on top of a standard framework and chosen Yocto framework to provide the tools and technologies to build base operating system and workflow tools and processes upon which RDK stack builds. This talk summarizes activities around RDK and yocto project.
Coping with Build Errors - Gilles Blanc, EXPEMB
Building a Yocto project is like software developing: it is nearly impossible to get it right on the first place, and you have to analyze more or less verbose error outputs to understand what's wrong and correct it throughout iterations. This step-by-step talk follows a typical Yocto based project, from BSP support to custom Qt application integration, so you will be able to successfully lead your own!
Working with SDKs - Sean Hudson, Mentor Graphics