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A Short History of the Future – Part II
https://www.linaro.org/blog/a-short-history-of-the-future-part-ii/
In the last episode, I talked about how Linaro got started and how the mobile market matured. In this blog I write about how Linaro evolved.
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Linaro Connect is celebrating 5 years!  Don't forget to register for our next Linaro Connect in 7 weeks.
Linaro Connect is celebrating it's fifth anniversary and has evolved into a premiere event for those interested or working with Linux on ARM.
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Only 8 weeks until Linaro Connect in San Francisco - reserve your spot today!
Linaro Connect San Francisco 2015 to be held September 21- 25, 2015. Information about event and registration can be found here.
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More than 300,000 boots and counting: An update on the upstream test system – kernelci.org
Linux maintainers see hundreds of patches during a Kernel version and there’s never enough time to thoroughly test every change. The LAVA team has been working with these maintainers to leverage Linaro’s LAVA automation and test platform.
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I also appreciate the ability to ensure my patch series works across all the random configs and boards before I post to the list. Thanks +Tyler Baker  ;-)
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Celebrating 5 years of open source engineering on ARM!
Overview of how Linaro began and why it was created. David Rusling discusses some of the challenges in the beginning and what was done to overcome them.
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I just got a Raspberry Pi 2 and am running Linaro's Ubuntu ALIP 2012.11 on Berryboot. Originally it ran beautifully connected to my Dell monitor with a Plugable hdmi to vga cable but then the screen went bad and now I have to connect to my TV via hdmi with no apparent way to adjust the monitor resolution to the correct size. Any help would be appreciated. Also is there a new update of this coming out soon? Thanks.
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Extending ARM’s Ecosystem for Server Developers http://bitly.com/xyw2z

+Red Hat +96Boards ‪#‎linux‬ ‪#‎opteronContent‬ #arm #opensource
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And ofcourse yet another board format to make life harder for everyone.
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Linaro 15.07 Release Available for Immediate Download --
https://wiki.linaro.org/Cycles/1507/Release#Release_Information
Release Information. "Tell everyone what you want to do and someone will want to help you do it." ~ W. Clement Stone. The Linaro 15.07 release is now available for download! See the detailed highlights of this release to get an overview of what has been accomplished by the Working Groups, ...
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Here is the link to the Hikey page on the 96Boards site:  https://www.96boards.org/products/ce/hikey/
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Adding A New System Service To Android 5: Tips and How To
This article explains how to add a new service and associated application APIs to Android Lollipop 5
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+James Lewis Indeed, you're right. It is the 19th. Thanks for pointing out the typo (which I duplicated in the article), I'll see if a correction can be made.
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 It’s been a long journey for the TEE driver that now has been submitted to LKML. To read more about it, check out this post...https://www.linaro.org/blog/evolution-of-a-generic-tee-kernel-driver/
Getting a TEE driver into Linux upstream has been the ultimate goal for a long time. This blog post will talk about the history, design choices and lessons learned when implementing and submitting a generic TEE driver for the Linux kernel.
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96Boards Enterprise Server Hardware specification documentation available.
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69 vs 96 boards :)
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Linaro 15.06 Release Available for Immediate Download!
Release Information. "There's coffee in that nebula!" ~ Capt. Kathryn Janeway, Star Trek: Voyager, "The Cloud". The Linaro 15.06 release is now available for download! See the detailed highlights of this release to get an overview of what has been accomplished by the Working Groups, ...
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Open source software for ARM SoCs

Linaro is a not-for-profit software engineering company investing in core Linux software and tools for ARM SoCs.

We deliver software consolidation and optimization to our members, and provide ARM tools, Linux kernels and builds of key Linux distributions including Android and Ubuntu on member SoCs.