Category Archives: Technical

Free Electrons and Raspberry Pi Linux kernel upstreaming

For a few months, Free Electrons has been helping the Raspberry Pi Foundation upstream to the Linux kernel a number of display related features for the Rasperry Pi platform. The main goal behind this upstreaming process is to get rid … 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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Video and slides from Linux Conf Australia

Linux Conf Australia took place two weeks ago in Hobart, Tasmania. For the second time, a Free Electrons engineer gave a talk at this conference: for this edition, Free Electrons CTO Thomas Petazzoni did a talk titled A tour of … Continue reading

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Free Electrons at FOSDEM and the Buildroot Developers Meeting

Like every year, a number of Free Electrons engineers will be attending the FOSDEM conference next week-end, on February 4 and 5, in Brussels. This year, Mylène Josserand and Thomas Petazzoni are going to FOSDEM. Being the biggest European open-source … Continue reading

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Free Electrons at the Embedded Linux Conference 2017

The next Embedded Linux Conference will take place later this month in Portland (US), from February 21 to 23, with a great schedule of talks. As usual, a number of Free Electrons engineers will attend this event, and we will … Continue reading

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Linux 4.9 released, Free Electrons contributions

Linus Torvalds has released the 4.9 Linux kernel yesterday, as was expected. With 16214 non-merge commits, this is by far the busiest kernel development cycle ever, but in large part due to the merging of thousands of commits to add … Continue reading

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Software architecture of Free Electrons’ lab

As stated in a previous blog post, we officially launched our lab on 2016, April 25th and it is contributing to KernelCI since then. In a series of blog post, we’d like to present in details how our lab is … Continue reading

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Buildroot 2016.11 released, Free Electrons contributions

The 2016.11 release of Buildroot has been published on November, 30th. The release announcement, by Buildroot maintainer Peter Korsgaard, gives numerous details about the new features and updates brought by this release. This new release provides support for using multiple … Continue reading

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Hardware infrastructure of Free Electrons’ lab

As stated in a previous blog post, we officially launched our lab on 2016, April 25th and it is contributing to KernelCI since then. In a series of blog post, we’d like to present in details how our lab is … Continue reading

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Slides and videos from the Embedded Linux Conference Europe 2016

Last month, the entire Free Electrons engineering team attended the Embedded Linux Conference Europe in Berlin. The slides and videos of the talks have been posted, including the ones from the seven talks given by Free Electrons engineers: Alexandre Belloni … Continue reading

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