Embedded Linux on RISC-V - An opensource ISA
RISC-V is a new architecture which is getting adopted in embedded space, based on Open Source ISA, it offers promising future for CPU and hardware design as Linux did for software some 25 years ago, This talk will cover where the port is as of today, how Linux distributions e.g. Debian, fedora, are approaching the RISC-V port. Other Embedded Linux specific infrastructures e.g.
OpenEmbedded/Yocto project offering a scalable customized distribution framework. We will cover porting status various major components and the port state e.g. Kernel, Compilers ( gcc, llvm/clang ), Runtimes e.g. (glibc, musl ), Language runtimes e.g, python, JAVA, golang etc., finally, also talk about challenges and ongoing upcoming porting work.
Sunday, March 10, 2019 - 11:30 to 12:30