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Monday, October 5 • 16:00 - 16:50
Unveil How to Customize LTSI Test For Your Pllatform - Kengo Ibe, Mitsubishi

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LTSI is a collaborative project hosted at the Linux Foundation to create and maintain the production kernel. In addition, there is a sub project for LTSI Test. The purpose of LTSI Test Project is reducing a lot of duplicated effort we are making on testing, so that it creates a common testing platform which everyone can use and benefit from. JTA (Jenkins-based Test Automation) is the common testing platform of LTSI Test Project. JTA has a flexible framework that can add new target boards and new test programs, but there is some important information you had better know. This talk will share my experience of adding Raspberry Pi as a new target board and adding a new test program to JTA. I will show how to work JTA with the demonstrations. Both of maintaining the source tree and testing it are indispensable efforts for the long stable kernels. I hope this talk may help your use of LTSI.


Kengo Ibe

Mitsubishi Electric
Kengo Ibe has been working in Mitsubishi Electric corp. as a Software Engineer since 2012. He is jointing LTSI (Long Term Support Initiative) and AGL (Automotive Grade Linux) of Linux Foundation projects.

Monday October 5, 2015 16:00 - 16:50
Wicklow Hall 2A

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