Kernel Development Workflows Using OpenEmbedded


There is often a need to simultaneously work on the Linux kernel, user space, and/or boot loader. OpenEmbedded allows for easy integration of the various sources into single the build environment. This enables developers to quickly modify and compile all the necessary binaries into a deployable system image (or RPM/deb packages).

In this session, we will go into more detail on why this is desirable, how the development is typically done, and other benefits of using OpenEmbedded. There will be a demonstration at the end to show a working example.

Room 107
Sunday, March 10, 2019 - 16:30 to 17:30