Author Archives: Gregory Clement

About Gregory Clement

Gregory is an embedded Linux, kernel and realtime engineer at Free Electrons, which he joined in 2010. Since 2002, he has acquired vast on the field experience in porting and operating embedded Linux, in particular for industrial and transportation customers.

Free Electrons opens a new office in Lyon, France

After Toulouse and Orange, Lyon is the third city chosen for opening a Free Electrons office. Since September 1st of this year (2017), Alexandre Belloni and Grégory Clement have been working more precisely in Oullins close to the subway and … Continue reading

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A Kickstarter for a low cost Marvell ARM64 board

At the beginning of October a Kickstarter campaign was launched to fund the development of a low-cost board based on one of the latest Marvell ARM 64-bit SoC: the Armada 3700. While being under $50, the board would allow using … Continue reading

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Report on extensive real-time Linux benchmarks on AT91

The real time page I wrote for Atmel was finally released on the Linux4Sam Atmel Wiki. The purpose of this page was to help new comers to use real time features with Atmel CPUs and to present the state of … Continue reading

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Experiment with Yocto

I recently had the opportunity to use Yocto. I already practiced quite a lot with OpenEmbedded before. You can see Yocto as a project derived from OpenEmbedded even it is a bit more than that. In fact, Yocto is made … Continue reading

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A new tool to ease kernel maintainer life

When you are involved in mainlining or maintaining some kernel code, a non negligible part of your time is spent checking patches or patchsets themselves . It is not the most interesting part but it is truly necessary to help … Continue reading

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Building a small Debian root filesystem with Multistrap

There are several ways to build a root filesystem for an embedded Linux system: Buildroot and Open Embedded are the usual solutions to do this. They allow to fine tune the contents of your filesystem. The drawback is, in both … Continue reading

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