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Tuesday, October 6 • 14:00 - 15:50
Tutorial: Customize your Mainline or LTSI Linux Kernel Using the Yocto Project - Saul Wold, Intel

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This advanced tutorial shows how to build a custom Linux kernel using the Yocto Project kernel tooling, which includes the linux-yocto repository with mainline source and configuration metadata. It discusses the 2 most common methods of managing kernel configuration and BSP patches. First, we create a BSP using the upstream mainline kernel with local patches and defconfig. Then, we create a new BSP with linux-yocto style metadata and explain some of the advantages of this method. The talk follows the process of creating a complete kernel config file and then moving to break it down to config fragments that can be pushed upstream to the linux-yocto repository for all to use, and also includes hints and suggestions on kernel configuration debugging

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Saul Wold

Software Architect, Intel - Open Source Technology Center
Saul is currently the Yocto Project Meta-Intel maintainer at Intel's Open Source Technology Center. He has spoken recently at the various LinuxCon Events and Linux Foundation's Embedded Linux Conferences and at past Usenix and JavaOne conferences. He has been on the Conference Committees of both Usenix and the Java Virtual Machine Conferences. He has also been a presenter other regional and local Linux and Java users groups around the world.


Tuesday October 6, 2015 14:00 - 15:50
Wicklow Meeting 3