Author Archives: Antoine Ténart

About Antoine Ténart

Antoine is a kernel and embedded Linux engineer at Free Electrons, which he joined in 2014. See More details…

Feedback from the Netdev 2.1 conference

At Free Electrons, we regularly work on networking topics as part of our Linux kernel contributions and thus we decided to attend our very first Netdev conference this year in Montreal. With the recent evolution of the network subsystem and … Continue reading

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Free Electrons at the Netdev 2.1 conference

Netdev 2.1 is the fourth edition of the technical conference on Linux networking. This conference is driven by the community and focus on both the kernel networking subsystems (device drivers, net stack, protocols) and their use in user-space. This edition will … Continue reading

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Power measurement with BayLibre’s ACME cape

When working on optimizing the power consumption of a board we need a way to measure its consumption. We recently bought an ACME from BayLibre to do that. Overview of the ACME The ACME is an extension board for the BeagleBone Black, … Continue reading

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Yocto project and OpenEmbedded training updated to Krogoth

Continuing our efforts to keep our training materials up-to-date we just refreshed our Yocto project and OpenEmbedded training course to the latest Yocto project release, Krogoth (2.1.1). In addition to adapting our training labs to the Krogoth release, we improved our … Continue reading

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Factory flashing with U-Boot and fastboot on Freescale i.MX6

Introduction For one of our customers building a product based on i.MX6 with a fairly low-volume, we had to design a mechanism to perform the factory flashing of each product. The goal is to be able to take a freshly … Continue reading

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