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Wednesday, October 7 • 14:00 - 14:50
LUV Shack: An automated Linux kernel and UEFI firmware testing infrastructure

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The Linux UEFI Validation (LUV) Project was created out of necessity. Prior to it, there was no way to validate the interaction of the Linux kernel and UEFI firmware at all stages of the boot process and all levels of the software stack. At Intel, the LUV project is used to check for regressions and bugs in both eh Linux kernel and EDK2-based firmware. They affectionately refer to this testing farm as the LUV shack. This talk will cover the LUV shack architecture and validation processes.

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Matt Fleming

Matt Fleming is a Senior Linux kernel engineer at Intel’s Open Source Technology Center, and leads the Linux Core CPU Enabling team. Matt has made numerous contributions to the Linux kernel and has filled various roles in Open Source projects, from individual contributor to project lead. He is currently the Linux kernel EFI maintainer.


Wednesday October 7, 2015 14:00 - 14:50
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