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| CIP Kernel Team Activities to Accomplish Super Long Term Support
 
| CIP Kernel Team Activities to Accomplish Super Long Term Support
 
| Masashi Kudo, Cybertrust Japan Co., Ltd. & SZ Lin, Moxa Inc.
 
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| Technical Overview of the Trusted Firmware: A Class Open Source Project
 
| Technical Overview of the Trusted Firmware: A Class Open Source Project
 
| Sandrine Bailleux & Joanna Farley, Arm
 
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| Nicolas Dechesne, Linaro & David Reyna, Wind River
 
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| Image Signal Processing (ISP) Drivers & How to Merge One Upstream  
 
| Image Signal Processing (ISP) Drivers & How to Merge One Upstream  
 
| Helen Koike, Collabora
 
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| Opkg: Debian's Little Cousin  
 
| Opkg: Debian's Little Cousin  
 
| Alejandro del Castillo, National Instruments
 
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| PipeWire: The New Multimedia Service, Now Ready for Automotive
 
| PipeWire: The New Multimedia Service, Now Ready for Automotive
 
| Julian Bouzas, Collabora
 
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| BoF: The Yocto Project and OpenEmbedded  
 
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| Philip Balister, Consultant OpenSDR & Nicolas Dechesne, Linaro
 
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| Inside the Linux Security Modules (LSM)
 
| Inside the Linux Security Modules (LSM)
 
| Vandana Salve, Prasme Systems
 
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| Toolchains in the New Era and How to Update Safely
 
| Toolchains in the New Era and How to Update Safely
 
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| Tutorial: Debugging Embedded Devices Using GDB - A Review of Some Lessons Learned
 
| Tutorial: Debugging Embedded Devices Using GDB - A Review of Some Lessons Learned
 
| Mike Anderson, The Aerospace Company
 
| Mike Anderson, The Aerospace Company
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| BoF: Open Hardware and RISC-V  
 
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| Drew Fustini, BeagleBoard.org Foundation & Stephano Cetola, The Linux Foundation
 
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| A Disciplined Approach to Debugging
 
| A Disciplined Approach to Debugging
 
| Lev Iserovich, D. E. Shaw Research
 
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| Secure Boot and Over-the-Air Updates - That's Simple, No?
 
| Secure Boot and Over-the-Air Updates - That's Simple, No?
 
| Jan Kiszka, Siemens AG
 
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| Tutorial: Device Tree (DTS), Linux Board Bring-up and Kernel Version Changing  
 
| Tutorial: Device Tree (DTS), Linux Board Bring-up and Kernel Version Changing  
 
| Schuyler Patton, Texas Instruments
 
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| Building Bare Metal Toolchains, Crosstool-ng and Yocto Project
 
| Building Bare Metal Toolchains, Crosstool-ng and Yocto Project
 
| Mark Hatle, Xilinx
 
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| War Story: Using Mainline Linux for an Android TV BSP
 
| War Story: Using Mainline Linux for an Android TV BSP
 
| Neil Armstrong, BayLibre SAS
 
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| Kernel Coding the Upstream Way
 
| Kernel Coding the Upstream Way
 
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| Linux Stateless Video Decoder Support
 
| Linux Stateless Video Decoder Support
 
| Nicolas Dufresne, Collabora
 
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| Tutorial: Introduction to I2C and SPI: Both In-kernel and In-userspace
 
| Tutorial: Introduction to I2C and SPI: Both In-kernel and In-userspace
 
| Michael Welling, QWERTY Embedded Design, LLC
 
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| Ideas for Finer-grained Control over your Heat Budget
 
| Ideas for Finer-grained Control over your Heat Budget
 
| Amit Kucheria & Daniel Lezcano, Linaro
 
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| Linux on Open Source Hardware with RISC-V
 
| Linux on Open Source Hardware with RISC-V
 
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| DMA-BUF Heaps: Linux User-space Device Buffer Allocation and its Uses
 
| DMA-BUF Heaps: Linux User-space Device Buffer Allocation and its Uses
 
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| Finding Sources of Latency on your Linux System
 
| Finding Sources of Latency on your Linux System
 
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| Introduction to Embedded Linux Security
 
| Introduction to Embedded Linux Security
 
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| There Is No Store for Self-Driving Car Parts: Running The Ultimate Battery-Powered Device with Linux
 
| There Is No Store for Self-Driving Car Parts: Running The Ultimate Battery-Powered Device with Linux
 
| Stephen Segal & Matt Fornero, Cruise
 
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| Using MIPI DSI as Main Display Interface
 
| Marcel Ziswiler, Toradex AG
 
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| Automotive Grade Linux on Raspberry Pi: How Does It Work?
 
| Automotive Grade Linux on Raspberry Pi: How Does It Work?
 
| Leon Anavi, Konsulko Group
 
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| Buildroot: What's New?  
 
| Buildroot: What's New?  
 
| Thomas Petazzoni, Bootlin
 
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| Reproducible Builds and Hash Equivalence in the Yocto Project
 
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| Go RISC-V Go: The State of Software Development Tools for RISC-V  
 
| Go RISC-V Go: The State of Software Development Tools for RISC-V  
 
| Khem Raj, Comcast
 
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| Upstreaming a Qualcomm SoC
 
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| Linux Kernel: Stop Over-Cooling!
 
| Linux Kernel: Stop Over-Cooling!
 
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| The OpenAMP Project & its Working Groups: Standardizing the Interactions Between Operating Environments in a Heterogeneous Embedded System
 
| Nathalie C. Chan King Choy & Stefano Stabellini, Xilinx
 
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| Safety, Security, Quality: Artificial Intelligence versus Common Sense
 
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Intro

Presentations from ELC Schedule.

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Presenters

Day 1 Presentations

Session Description Presenter(s) Presentation Transcript Status Video
Day 1, 9:30am
CIP Kernel Team Activities to Accomplish Super Long Term Support Masashi Kudo, Cybertrust Japan Co., Ltd. & SZ Lin, Moxa Inc. PDF
Invest in Mainline Linux: Choose Your Own Adventure Dexter Travis, Precision Planting
Day 1, 10:30am
Technical Overview of the Trusted Firmware: A Class Open Source Project Sandrine Bailleux & Joanna Farley, Arm PDF
Yocto Project LTS Releases Nicolas Dechesne, Linaro & David Reyna, Wind River PDF
Day 1, 11:30am
Image Signal Processing (ISP) Drivers & How to Merge One Upstream Helen Koike, Collabora PDF
Linux GPIO: Evolution and Current State of the User API Bartosz Golaszewski, BayLibre PDF
Tutorial: Introduction to the Embedded Boot Loader U-boot Behan Webster, Converse in Code PDF
Day 1, 12:30pm
Opkg: Debian's Little Cousin Alejandro del Castillo, National Instruments PDF
PipeWire: The New Multimedia Service, Now Ready for Automotive Julian Bouzas, Collabora PDF
Day 1, 2:05pm
ASoC: Supporting Audio on an Embedded Board Alexandre Belloni, Bootlin PDF
BoF: The Yocto Project and OpenEmbedded Philip Balister, Consultant OpenSDR & Nicolas Dechesne, Linaro PDF Video
Day 1, 3:20pm
Inside the Linux Security Modules (LSM) Vandana Salve, Prasme Systems PDF
Toolchains in the New Era and How to Update Safely Victor Rodriguez, Intel PDF
Tutorial: Debugging Embedded Devices Using GDB - A Review of Some Lessons Learned Mike Anderson, The Aerospace Company PDF PPTX
Day 1, 4:20pm
BoF: Automotive Grade Linux Developer Community Walt Miner, The Linux Foundation Video
BoF: Open Hardware and RISC-V Drew Fustini, BeagleBoard.org Foundation & Stephano Cetola, The Linux Foundation PDF Video

Day 2 Presentations

Session Description Presenter(s) Presentation Transcript Status Video
Day 2, 9:30am
A Disciplined Approach to Debugging Lev Iserovich, D. E. Shaw Research PPTX
Secure Boot and Over-the-Air Updates - That's Simple, No? Jan Kiszka, Siemens AG PDF
Tutorial: Device Tree (DTS), Linux Board Bring-up and Kernel Version Changing Schuyler Patton, Texas Instruments PDF PPTX dts-example
Day 2, 10:30am
Building Bare Metal Toolchains, Crosstool-ng and Yocto Project Mark Hatle, Xilinx PDF
War Story: Using Mainline Linux for an Android TV BSP Neil Armstrong, BayLibre SAS PDF
Day 2, 11:25am
Kernel Coding the Upstream Way Tim Bird, Sony PDF
Linux Stateless Video Decoder Support Nicolas Dufresne, Collabora PDF
Tutorial: Introduction to I2C and SPI: Both In-kernel and In-userspace Michael Welling, QWERTY Embedded Design, LLC PPTX
PDF
Day 2, 12:25pm
Ideas for Finer-grained Control over your Heat Budget Amit Kucheria & Daniel Lezcano, Linaro PDF
Linux on Open Source Hardware with RISC-V Drew Fustini, BeagleBoard.org Foundation PDF
Day 2, 2:00pm
DMA-BUF Heaps: Linux User-space Device Buffer Allocation and its Uses Andrew Davis, Texas Instruments PDF
Finding Sources of Latency on your Linux System Steven Rostedt, VMware PDF
Robot Operating System (ROS) 2 - How Open Source Software and Linux is Powering the Next Generation of Robotics Katherine Scott, Open Robotics
Day 2, 3:15pm
Developing, Building and Testing Your Baremetal Applications Using The Yocto Project and OpenEmbedded Infrastructure Alejandro Hernandez Samaniego, Microsoft PDF
Introduction to Embedded Linux Security Sergio Prado, Embedded Labworks PDF
Tutorial: Spelunking for Hardware Data Matt Porter, Konsulko Group PDF
Day 2, 4:15pm
There Is No Store for Self-Driving Car Parts: Running The Ultimate Battery-Powered Device with Linux Stephen Segal & Matt Fornero, Cruise PDF
Using MIPI DSI as Main Display Interface Marcel Ziswiler, Toradex AG PDF

Day 3 Presentations

Session Description Presenter(s) Presentation Transcript Status Video
Day 3, 11:15am
Automotive Grade Linux on Raspberry Pi: How Does It Work? Leon Anavi, Konsulko Group PDF
Buildroot: What's New? Thomas Petazzoni, Bootlin PDF
Reproducible Builds and Hash Equivalence in the Yocto Project Joshua Watt, Garmin PDF
Day 3, 12:15pm
Go RISC-V Go: The State of Software Development Tools for RISC-V Khem Raj, Comcast PDF
The Bad Guys Just Broke My Crypto - What Do I Do? Kris Chaplin, Intel UK
Upstreaming a Qualcomm SoC Vinod Koul, Linaro PDF
Day 3, 1:50pm
librtpi: Conditional Variables for Real-Time Applications Gratian Crisan, National Instruments PDF
Linux Kernel: Stop Over-Cooling! Thara Gopinath, Linaro Inc. & Ram Chandrasekar, Qualcomm Innovation Center Inc. PDF
The OpenAMP Project & its Working Groups: Standardizing the Interactions Between Operating Environments in a Heterogeneous Embedded System Nathalie C. Chan King Choy & Stefano Stabellini, Xilinx PDF
Day 3, 3:05pm
KernelCI: How Patches Grow Up and Go to School Khouloud Touil & Kevin Hilman, Baylibre ODP
Safety, Security, Quality: Artificial Intelligence versus Common Sense Wolfgang Mauerer, Technical University of Applied Sciences Regensburg / Siemens AG PDF
Day 3, 4:05pm
Embedded Linux Conference Annual Closing Game Tim Bird