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rahul mahadev
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[Gsoc] [ lowRISC] A Trusted Execution Environment on seL4 - Full Report
In this blog post, I will be talking about my Google Summer of Code 2016 project with lowRISC and will include a walkthrough on installation and usage as well. Motivation: lowRISC is an open source organization who is aiming to create a fully open source Sy...
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Trusted Execution Environment on seL4 [UPDATE 2]
In this post I will explain my progress since the previous update and also provide some high level insights on how the architecture will look like. On speaking with my mentors Stefan and Hesham we decided that it would be nice to have a fully working proof ...
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Trusted Execution Environment on seL4 [Update 1]
The coding period for this year's Google Summer Of Code started earlier this week and I take this as an opportunity to write about my plan for the project and report on the progress so far. As I had written in my earlier blog post , the key to building a TE...
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[GSOC 2016 ] Implementing a Trusted Execution Environment for RISC-V architecture
I am happy to announce that I will be participating in the 2016 edition of the Google Summer Of Code with lowRISC[1] ,an organization which aim's to create a fully open source Linux capable RISC-V[2] based SoC. I will be mentored by Stefan Wallentowitz and ...
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How to set up and run OPTEE on QEMU
This is a tutorial on how to run Linaro's OPTEE Trusted Execution Environment on QEMU. I decided to write this post to help someone who might have trouble getting and building the correct versions. I had some trouble initially as well but with the help of J...
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Chapter 1 : The Beginning
This week marks the dawn of the 8th semester, the final semester in my course. We are required to do a project worth 20 credits spanning the entire duration of the semester. I've always wanted to do a project which involves digging down into the hardware le...
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