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Wednesday, June 3 • 11:30 - 12:20
Pushing the Limits of Linux on ARM: STM32 and Further SoC Support - Andreas Färber, SUSE

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In recent years there has been an explosion of ARM SoCs and matching development boards. In this presentation, Andreas Färber will discuss why it is important for distros such as openSUSE to have board support in the official or "mainline" Linux kernel. Looking beyond well-known ARMv7-A boards such as the Parallella, minimum requirements for Linux on ARMv7-M will be discussed and projects presented for mainline Linux on STM32 and further microcontrollers.


Andreas Färber

Expert Virtualization, SUSE
Andreas has been a regular speaker at KVM Forum, working as a QEMU maintainer for SUSE. He is also part of the openSUSE ARM team, speaking at openSUSE Conference and LinuxCon Japan, and has been studying for a Master's in Software Engineering for Embedded Systems.

Wednesday June 3, 2015 11:30 - 12:20

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