CELF conference videos

Videos from the 2006 CE Linux Forum conference in Santa Clara, California

For people who couldn’t make it to the 2006 edition of the CE Linux Forum conference, Free Electrons is happy to share the following videos, shot by Michael Opdenacker:

  • Keynote, by Tim Bird (Sony):
    video, slides (46 minutes, 139 MB)
  • Usability of User-Space device drivers, by a speaker from Renesas:
    video, slides (50 minutes, 256 MB)
  • What’s New with Busybox, by Rob Landley (TimeSys):
    video (55 minutes, 322 MB)
  • Topics in Embedded Power Management, by Todd Poynor (MontaVista):
    video, slides (44 minutes, 253 MB)
  • CE Linux Forum Open Test Lab, by Matt Locke (Nomad Global Solutions):
    video (35 minutes, 213 MB)
  • Power Management Panel, by Mark Gross (Intel):
    video (55 minutes, 360 MB)
  • Panel: Tips for Mainlining, From the Experts (starring Greg K.H., Greg Ungerer, Matt Mackall), by Tim Bird (Sony):
    video (34 minutes, 230 MB)
  • MIPS BOF, by Arvind Kumar (MIPS):
    video (53 minutes, 268 MB)
  • uClinux, by Greg Ungerer (SnapGear):
    video, slides (44 minutes, 235 MB)
  • Examining Linux Kernel Size, by Munehiro Ikeda (NEC):
    video, slides (42 minutes, 247 MB)
  • Integrating DirectFB into a UHAPI Platform, by Denis Kropp (directfb.org):
    video, slides (31 minutes, 93 MB)
  • Linux Trace Toolkit Next Generation, by Mathieu Desnoyers (École Polytechnique de Montréal):
    video, slides (34 minutes, 211 MB)
  • MythTV on Philips Nexperia PNX8550, by Klaas de Waal (Philips):
    video, slides (50 minutes, 293 MB)
  • Visualizing Resource Usage During Initialization of Embedded Systems (embootchart), by Matthew Klahn (Motorola):
    video, slides (51 minutes, 236 MB)
  • State of Linux Real-time BOF, by Manas Saksena (TimeSys):
    video (42 minutes, 297 MB)
  • Closing Activity: Embedded Linux Quiz, by Tim Bird (Sony):
    video (22 minutes, 235 MB)

Slides are being collected on http://tree.celinuxforum.org/CelfPubWiki/ELC2006Presentations.

You may also be interested in our report, published by LWN.net.

About Michael Opdenacker

Michael Opdenacker is the founder of Free Electrons. He is best known for all the free embedded Linux and kernel training materials that he created together with Thomas Petazzoni. He is always looking for ways to increase performance, reduce size and boot time, and to maximize Linux' world domination. More details...
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