Embedded Linux Conference 2012 videos

The 2012 edition of the Embedded Linux Conference took place on February 15-17th 2012 at Redwood Shores near San Francisco in California. Three engineers of Free Electrons attended this conference, and we reported every day our impressions about the talks, see our blog posts for day 1, day 2 and day 3. We have now taken the time to encode all the videos we have recorded during this event, and are proud to distribute them today.

It is worth noting that for the first time, the Linux Foundation was also recording videos of the talks, the Linux Foundation videos are available from video.linux.com, and we included links to these videos below for the different talks.

We hope that those of you who couldn’t attend the conference will enjoy those videos, with many great talks on technical embedded Linux topics.

Jon CorbetVideo capture
Editor at LWN.net
The Kernel Report
Slides
Linux Foundation video
Free Electrons video (53 minutes):
full HD (525M), 450×800 (154M)


Loïc PallardyVideo capture
Saving the Power Consumption of the Unused Memory
Slides
Free Electrons video (46 minutes):
full HD (378M), 450×800 (125M)




Bernhard RosenkränzerVideo capture
Linaro
What Android and Embedded Linux Can Learn From Each Other
Slides
Linux Foundation video
Free Electrons video (40 minutes):
full HD (370M), 450×800 (129M)


Ricardo Salveti de AraujoVideo capture
Linaro
Ubuntu on ARM: Improvements and Optimizations Done By Linaro
Slides
Linux Foundation video
Free Electrons video (46 minutes):
full HD (301M), 450×800 (140M)


Zach PfefferVideo capture
Linaro
Binary Blobs Attack
Slides
Linux Foundation video
Free Electrons video (50 minutes):
full HD (486M), 450×800 (157M)


Hisao MunakataVideo capture
Renesas Electronics
Close Encounters of the Upstream Resource
Slides
Linux Foundation video
Free Electrons video (37 minutes):
full HD (394M), 450×800 (121M)


Daniel HurshVideo capture
IBM
Open Source Automated Test Framework
Slides
Free Electrons video (45 minutes):
full HD (303M), 450×800 (132M)



Saul WoldVideo capture
Intel
The Yocto Project Overview and Update
Slides
Linux Foundation video
Free Electrons video (54 minutes):
full HD (543M), 450×800 (171M)


Sean HudsonVideo capture
Mentor Graphics, Inc.
Embedded Linux Pitfalls
Slides
Free Electrons video (51 minutes):
full HD (483M), 450×800 (176M)



Vincent GuittotVideo capture
Linaro
Comparing Power Saving Techniques For Multicore ARM Platforms
Slides
Linux Foundation video
Free Electrons video (57 minutes):
full HD (307M), 450×800 (154M)


Tim BirdVideo capture
Sony Network Entertainment
Status of Embedded Linux
Slides
Linux Foundation video
Free Electrons video (49 minutes):
full HD (492M), 450×800 (159M)


Bruce AshfieldVideo capture
Wind River
A View From the Trenches: Embedded Functionality and How It Impacts Multi-Arch Kernel Maintenance
Slides
Free Electrons video (54 minutes):
full HD (741M), 450×800 (222M)



R DurgadossVideo capture
Intel
PeakCurrent Management in x86-Based Smartphones
Slides
Linux Foundation video
Free Electrons video (50 minutes):
full HD (296M), 450×800 (141M)


Matt PorterVideo capture
Texas Instruments
Passing Time With SPI Framebuffer Driver
Slides
Linux Foundation video
Free Electrons video (54 minutes):
full HD (565M), 450×800 (172M)


WookeyVideo capture
Linaro
Multiarch and Why You Should Care: Running, Installing and Crossbuilding With Multiple Architectures
Slides
Free Electrons video (42 minutes):
full HD (453M), 450×800 (143M)



Amit Daniel KachhapVideo capture
Linaro/Samsung
A New Simplified Thermal Framework For ARM Platforms
Slides
Linux Foundation video
Free Electrons video (41 minutes):
full HD (226M), 450×800 (115M)


Tsugikazu ShibataVideo capture
NEC
On The Road: To Provide the Long-Term Stable Linux For The Industry
Slides
Linux Foundation video
Free Electrons video (32 minutes):
full HD (304M), 450×800 (95M)


Thomas P. AbrahamVideo capture
Samsung Electronics
Experiences With Device Tree Support Development For ARM-Based SOC’s
Slides
Free Electrons video (44 minutes):
full HD (509M), 450×800 (155M)



Paul E. McKenneyVideo capture
IBM
Making RCU Safe For Battery-Powered Devices
Slides
Linux Foundation video
Free Electrons video (52 minutes):
full HD (506M), 450×800 (186M)


Mike AndersonVideo capture
Chief Technology Officer at The PTR Group
The Internet of Things
Slides
Linux Foundation video
Free Electrons video (50 minutes):
full HD (580M), 450×800 (186M)


Thomas PetazzoniVideo capture
Free Electrons
Buildroot: A Nice, Simple, and Efficient Embedded Linux Build System
Slides
Linux Foundation video
Free Electrons video (56 minutes):
full HD (594M), 450×800 (182M)


Steven RostedtVideo capture
Red Hat
Automated Testing with ktest.pl (Embedded Edition)
Slides
Linux Foundation video
Free Electrons video (102 minutes):
full HD (1,2G), 450×800 (354M)


David VomLehnVideo capture
Cisco
Intricacies of a MIPS Stack Backtrace Implementation
Slides
Linux Foundation video
Free Electrons video (52 minutes):
full HD (345M), 450×800 (153M)


Edward HerveyVideo capture
Collabora
GStreamer 1.0: No Longer Compromise Flexibility For Performance
Slides
Linux Foundation video
Free Electrons video (49 minutes):
full HD (540M), 450×800 (174M)


Tim BirdVideo capture
Sony Network Entertainment
Embedded-Appropriate Crash Handling in Linux
Slides
Linux Foundation video
Free Electrons video (49 minutes):
full HD (292M), 450×800 (142M)


Arnd BergmannVideo capture
Linaro
ARM Subarchitecture Status
Slides
Linux Foundation video
Free Electrons video (49 minutes):
full HD (416M), 450×800 (140M)


Mark GisiVideo capture
Wind River Systems
The Power of SPDX – Sharing Critical Licensing Information Within a Linux Device Supply Chain
Linux Foundation video
Free Electrons video (49 minutes):
full HD (498M), 450×800 (164M)



Yoshitake KobayashiVideo capture
Toshiba
Ineffective and Effective Ways To Find Out Latency Bottlenecks With Ftrace
Slides
Linux Foundation video
Free Electrons video (37 minutes):
full HD (251M), 450×800 (108M)


Ohad Ben-CohenVideo capture
Wizery / Texas Instruments
Using virtio to Talk With Remote Processors
Slides
Linux Foundation video
Free Electrons video (54 minutes):
full HD (582M), 450×800 (182M)


Elizabeth FlanaganVideo capture
Intel
Embedded License Compliance Patterns and Antipatterns
Linux Foundation video
Free Electrons video (44 minutes):
full HD (391M), 450×800 (144M)



David AndersVideo capture
Texas Instruments
Board Bringup: LCD and Display Interfaces
Slides
Linux Foundation video
Free Electrons video (40 minutes):
full HD (207M), 450×800 (113M)


Rob ClarkVideo capture
Texas Instruments
DMA Buffer Sharing: An Introduction
Slides
Linux Foundation video
Free Electrons video (35 minutes):
full HD (306M), 450×800 (100M)


Ken ToughVideo capture
Intrinsyc
Linux on eMMC: Optimizing For Performance
Slides
Linux Foundation video
Free Electrons video (52 minutes):
full HD (468M), 450×800 (165M)


Paul LarsonVideo capture
Linaro
LAVA Project Update
Slides
Linux Foundation video
Free Electrons video (52 minutes):
full HD (366M), 450×800 (159M)


Frank RowandVideo capture
Sony Network Entertainment
Real Time (BoFs)
Slides
Free Electrons video (77 minutes):
full HD (924M), 450×800 (288M)



Mike TurquetteVideo capture
Texas Instruments
Common Clock Framework (BoFs)
Slides
Free Electrons video (53 minutes):
full HD (333M), 450×800 (148M)



Hunyue YauVideo capture
HY Research LLC
Userland Tools and Techniques For Linux Board Bring-Up and Systems Integration
Slides
Linux Foundation video
Free Electrons video (51 minutes):
full HD (407M), 450×800 (136M)


Matt WeberVideo capture
Rockwell Collins Inc.
Optimizing the Embedded Platform Using OpenCV
Slides
Linux Foundation video
Free Electrons video (37 minutes):
full HD (388M), 450×800 (125M)


Greg UngererVideo capture
McAfee
M68K: Life in the Old Architecture
Slides
Linux Foundation video
Free Electrons video (46 minutes):
full HD (452M), 450×800 (166M)


Gary BissonVideo capture
Adeneo Embedded
Useful USB Gadgets on Linux
Slides
Linux Foundation video
Free Electrons video (43 minutes):
full HD (402M), 450×800 (129M)


Jason KridnerVideo capture
Texas Instruments
GUIs: Coming To Uncommon Goods Near You
Slides
Linux Foundation video
Free Electrons video (52 minutes):
full HD (476M), 450×800 (166M)


Mike AndersonVideo capture
The PTR Group
Adapting Your Network Code For IPv6 Support
Slides
Linux Foundation video
Free Electrons video (63 minutes):
full HD (485M), 450×800 (216M)


Koen KooiVideo capture
The Angstrom Distribution
Producing the Beaglebone and Supporting It
Linux Foundation video
Free Electrons video (42 minutes):
full HD (398M), 450×800 (126M)



Danny BennettVideo capture
basysKom GmbH
HTML5 in a Plasma-Active World
Slides
Linux Foundation video
Free Electrons video (34 minutes):
full HD (258M), 450×800 (75M)


Marcin MielczarczykVideo capture
Tieto
Getting the First Open Source GSM Stack in Linux
Slides
Linux Foundation video
Free Electrons video (54 minutes):
full HD (439M), 450×800 (178M)


Pierre TardyVideo capture
Intel
PyTimechart Practical
Slides
Linux Foundation video
Free Electrons video (32 minutes):
full HD (260M), 450×800 (86M)


Linus WalleijVideo capture
ST-Ericsson
Pin Control Subsystem Overview
Slides
Linux Foundation video
Free Electrons video (60 minutes):
full HD (638M), 450×800 (200M)


Khem RajVideo capture
OpenEmbedded Project
OpenEmbedded – A Layered Approach
Slides
Linux Foundation video
Free Electrons video (39 minutes):
full HD (227M), 450×800 (108M)


Lucas De MarchiVideo capture
ProFUSION Embedded Systems
Managing Kernel Modules With kmod
Slides
Linux Foundation video
Free Electrons video (46 minutes):
full HD (443M), 450×800 (140M)


Jean PihetVideo capture
NewOldBits
A New Model for the System and Devices Latency
Slides
Free Electrons video (49 minutes):
full HD (431M), 450×800 (146M)

About Thomas Petazzoni

Thomas Petazzoni is an embedded Linux and kernel engineer at Free Electrons. He is a lead developer of Buildroot and also a contributor to the Linux kernel. More details...
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5 Responses to Embedded Linux Conference 2012 videos

  1. Peter Meerwald says:

    thank you for collecting most the slides!
    videos are such a waste of time…

  2. JD says:

    Would it be possible to improve the audio quality somehow? Use a remote mike strapped to the speaker maybe? Some of the speakers have heavy accents and reverbing in the hall makes it really difficult to follow what’s being said.

    Thank you for taking the time to record this.

  3. Vimal says:

    Excellent work! Thank you very much.

    Slides for “Producing the Embedded License Compliance Patterns and Antipatterns, The Power of SPDX – Sharing Critical Licensing Information Within a Linux Device Supply Chain and Beaglebone and Supporting It” are missing

  4. unlooker says:

    Thanks for the work.
    Slides of Rowand’s real time BoFs aren’t available (the link points to 404 not found).

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