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Posted 6 months ago by jefro
Wondering what's new in the 2.1 "krogoth" release? Check this What's New in 2.1 wiki page to find out!
Posted 9 months ago by belenbarrospena
Posted 10 months ago by jefro
Linaro is a collaborative organization whose goal is to promote ARM processors within the Linux community, which they have done very successfully since 2010. The Yocto Project is very pleased to announce Linaro as a Silver Member. Welcome!
Posted 10 months ago by belenbarrospena
Some time during the Yocto Project 2.0 release cycle a new contributor joined the Toaster project. He has shared his experience working with us in this blog post
Posted 10 months ago by jefro
Our own Dave Stewart covers some terminology issues on his Intel blog.
Posted 11 months ago by jefro
Happy new year to everyone! Yocto Project books are rapidly becoming available. Check these out from Packt Publishing. These are available as ebooks for only $5 until January 8th.
Posted 12 months ago by jefro
The Yocto Project is pleased to welcome Timesys back to the project as a member organization! Timesys was one of the original founding members, and we are gratified that they have rejoined the project as Silver members.
Posted about 1 year ago by belenbarrospena
The 2.0 release is getting close, and the Toaster contributors have submitted their last patches upstream. This means we know how Toaster 2.0 is going to look like. In fact, you can know too by looking at our toaster-next branch.
Posted over 1 year ago by belenbarrospena
The 1.8 release of the Yocto Project is out, and between lots of other things it brought build capabilities to Toaster. This means that you can at last configure and run your builds with it. If you are a Yocto Project or OpenEmbedded wizard ... [More] , you might be wondering: why would I use this thing at all, if I can do everything from the command line? [Less]
Posted almost 2 years ago by jefro
Have you learned about the Yocto Project Developer Day yet? Held annually in conjunction with the Embedded Linux Conference, DevDay is a great way to spend a day learning all about the Yocto Project with hands-on presentations. In addition, you ... [More] go home with the development board of your choice, along with the knowledge to build your own Linux distribution for it. [Less]