A few minutes ago, Greg Kroah-Hartman informed users about the immediate availability for download of new kernel maintenance releases, Linux kernel 4.1.13 LTS, Linux kernel 4.2.6, Linux kernel 3.14.57 LTS, and Linux kernel 3.10.93 LTS.
How To compile a custom Linux kernel for your ARM device - - This tutorial covers some aspects about compiling your own Linux kernel for your ARM device. Most Linux distributions for the PC/x86 platform maintain a Linux kernel...
8-Way ARM Board Linux Benchmark Comparison From The Pi... - - For those interested in small, low-power ARM single-board computers, up for your viewing pleasure today are benchmarks of several different boards from the Raspberry...
CentOS AltArch 7 Now Available for AArch64, PowerPC64,... - - After briefly announcing the other day that the CentOS 7 Linux operating system was available for select ARMv7-based single-board computers, such as Raspberry Pi 2,...
Linux on ARM
As many of you might already know, Fedora Project announced the final release of the anticipated Fedora 23 Linux operating system for 64-bit and 32-bit computers earlier this week, on November 3, 2015.
MYIR’s “MYC-C437x” and “MYD-C437X” COM and baseboard pair run Linux on TI’s Cortex-A9 Sitara AM437x SoC, and offer dual GbE ports and touchscreen options.
So it *felt* like the last week of the rc series was busy, to the point where I got a bit worried about the release. But doing the actual numbers shows that that really was just my subjective feeling, probably due to the kernel summit and travel back home from Korea. It wasn’t actually a particularly busy week, it’s just that the pull requests were more noticeable in the last couple of days.
Want to run something other than Linux on a ARM 64-bit server? Soon you can: a small software company has shown FreeBSD running on a 96-core server.
We've been informed earlier today, October 28, by Arne Exton that there's a new version of his RaspEX GNU/Linux distribution, updated to the recently released Ubuntu 15.10 (Wily Werewolf) operating system.
Ubuntu MATE developers have been working on some tools that allowed them to build the distribution for the Raspberry Pi 2 platform, and they are looking to share those tools and to name them so that other projects can use them, like Xubuntu or Lubuntu.
After announcing the immediate availability for download of Linux kernel 4.2.4, Linux kernel 4.1.11 LTS, and Linux kernel 3.14.55 LTS, Greg Kroah-Hartman has had the great pleasure of releasing a new maintenance version of Linux kernel 3.10 LTS.
We've just been informed by Mr. Martin Wimpress from the Ubuntu MATE project that he and his team are in talks with the Lubuntu Linux developers to port the operating system to the Raspberry Pi 2 single-board computer (SBC).
After announcing the release of Linux kernel 4.2.4, which is currently the most advanced stable kernel version available, Greg Kroah-Hartman informs us about the immediate availability for download of the eleventh maintenance release of the long-term supported Linux 4.1 kernel series.
Martin Wimpress and Rohith Madhavan have had the great pleasure of announcing the first ever release of the highly anticipated Ubuntu MATE image for the Raspberry Pi 2 single-board computer (SBC).
Matt Williams has shared with us a proof-of-concept project, which has been in the works for some time now and aims to help developers combine the power of the Juju orchestration tool with the innovative Ubuntu Snappy Core operating system.
The Ubuntu MATE project posts the details about the donations they've received each month, detailing who gave money and where they are going. They've been doing this for quite some time, and many times they've used those funds for donations to other projects. Now they are saving the money because Ubuntu MATE 15.10 for Raspberry Pi is coming out, and they think it's going to be a hit.
Version: 358.09 BETA
Release Date: 2015.10.12
Operating System: Linux 32-bit ARM
File Size: 21.36 MB
In its drive to enter the server processing units market, Qualcomm started a program called Server Development Platform, which has the sole aim of establishing Qualcomm as a major player in the server and data center industry via its SoC processing chips.