Free videos of CELF’s Embedded Linux Conference Europe / 9th Real-Time Linux Workshop in Linz, Austria, November 2007.
We are happy to release the videos that we took at the CELF Embedded Linux Conference Europe 2007 / 9th Real-Time Linux Workshop which happened in Linz, Austria in November, 2007.
- Detection & Resolution of Real Time Issues Using TimeDoctor, by François Audeon (NXP):
video (32 minutes, 359 MB)
- Fancy and Fast GUIs on Embedded Devices, by Gustavo Sverzut Barbieri (INDT):
video, slides (46 minutes, 146 MB)
- arch/ppc, arch/powerpc and Device Trees – A Walk Through a Port, by Hugh Blemings (IBM):
video (30 minutes, 534 MB)
- Free Software, Licensing and Business Processes, by Shane Martin Coughlan (FSF Europe):
video, slides (40 minutes, 138 MB)
- Introduction to LogFS, by Jörn Engel:
video, slides (46 minutes, 260 MB)
- WebKit on Linux and How It Compares to Other Open Source Engines, by Holger Freyther (Trolltech):
video, slides (49 minutes, 205 MB)
- Status Overview of Real-Time, by Thomas Gleixner (Linutronix.de):
video (47 minutes, 236 MB)
- Kernel Summit Report, by Thomas Gleixner (Linutronix.de):
video (34 minutes, 520 MB)
- Writing DirectFB gfxdriver For Your Embedded System, by Takanari Hayama (igel):
video, slides (31 minutes, 223 MB)
- Improving JFFS2 RAM Usage and Performance, by Alexey Korolev (Intel):
video, slides (20 minutes, 141 MB)
- YAFFS, by Wookey:
video, slides (45 minutes, 194 MB)
- Parallelizing Linux boot on CE Devices, by Vitaly Wool (Embedded Alley Solutions):
video, slides (40 minutes, 185 MB)
- Linux Suspend-to-Disk Objectives for Consumer Electronic Devices, by Vitaly Wool (Embedded Alley Solutions):
video, slides (35 minutes, 652 MB)
- Evaluation of Linux rt-preempt for embedded industrial devices for Automation and Power technologies – A case study, by Morten Mossige, Pradyumna Sampath, Rachana Rao (ABB):
video, paper (22 minutes, 224 MB)
- Assessment of the Realtime Preemption Patches (RT-Preempt) and their impact on the general purpose performance of the system, by Arthur Siro (DSLab / OSADL):
video, paper (31 minutes, 224 MB)
- Panel: the ideal embedded Linux distribution, by Tim Bird (Sony):
video (65 minutes, 465 MB)
To speed up the processing of these videos, we contracted Jan Gerber, the developer of ffmpeg2theora, to add denoising support to this tool. Thanks to this contribution, it is now possible for anyone in the community to directly denoise DV camcorder input and generate Ogg/Theora video in just 1 step. Before it was necessary to use mencoder‘s denoising filter, and because mencoder couldn’t process DV input properly, a preprocessing stage with ffmpeg was also required. This new functionality can also improve the quality and compression rate of live Ogg/Theora video broadcasts.
Learning how to write USB device drivers for Linux
Bootlin is proud to release a new set of training slides from its embedded Linux training materials. These new ones cover writing USB device drivers for Linux.
Like everything we create, these new materials are released to the user and developer community under a free license. They can be freely downloaded, copied, distributed or even modified according to the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5 license.
Best wishes for 2007!
Bootlin is happy to send its best wishes to the entire Free Software and Open Source user and developer community. Whether you believe or not in Finnish Astrology, let 2007 be the Year of the Penguin! For our customers, we also wish that their competitors continue to use proprietary operating systems!
Do not hesitate to reuse our New Year’s card for your own needs. It’s Free as in Free Speech!
- License: right to copy and modify if the copyright notice is kept. Graphic elements (astrological symbols) can be copied and modified with no restriction (Public Domain).
- Downloads: source (Scalable Vector Graphics, created with Inkscape) and generated files can be found here.
Embedded Linux contributions to the Linux Ecology HOWTO.
Bootlin has contributed major updates to the Linux Ecology HOWTO, a Linux Documentation Project document that gathers ideas and techniques for using Linux in an environmentally friendly way.
In particular, Bootlin took advantage of its experience with embedded Linux system development to add new techniques which can reduce power consumption or make it possible to extend the lifetime of old systems with limited resources.
Bootlin also contributed an overview presentation on this HOWTO. The latest HOWTO version with our updates (waiting for the next official release) can also be found on the same page.
Videos from the 2006 CE Linux Forum conference in Santa Clara, California
For people who couldn’t make it to the 2006 edition of the CE Linux Forum conference, Bootlin is happy to share the following videos, shot by Michael Opdenacker:
- Keynote, by Tim Bird (Sony):
video, slides (46 minutes, 139 MB)
- Usability of User-Space device drivers, by a speaker from Renesas:
video, slides (50 minutes, 256 MB)
- What’s New with Busybox, by Rob Landley (TimeSys):
video (55 minutes, 322 MB)
- Topics in Embedded Power Management, by Todd Poynor (MontaVista):
video, slides (44 minutes, 253 MB)
- CE Linux Forum Open Test Lab, by Matt Locke (Nomad Global Solutions):
video (35 minutes, 213 MB)
- Power Management Panel, by Mark Gross (Intel):
video (55 minutes, 360 MB)
- Panel: Tips for Mainlining, From the Experts (starring Greg K.H., Greg Ungerer, Matt Mackall), by Tim Bird (Sony):
video (34 minutes, 230 MB)
- MIPS BOF, by Arvind Kumar (MIPS):
video (53 minutes, 268 MB)
- uClinux, by Greg Ungerer (SnapGear):
video, slides (44 minutes, 235 MB)
- Examining Linux Kernel Size, by Munehiro Ikeda (NEC):
video, slides (42 minutes, 247 MB)
- Integrating DirectFB into a UHAPI Platform, by Denis Kropp (directfb.org):
video, slides (31 minutes, 93 MB)
- Linux Trace Toolkit Next Generation, by Mathieu Desnoyers (École Polytechnique de Montréal):
video, slides (34 minutes, 211 MB)
- MythTV on Philips Nexperia PNX8550, by Klaas de Waal (Philips):
video, slides (50 minutes, 293 MB)
- Visualizing Resource Usage During Initialization of Embedded Systems (embootchart), by Matthew Klahn (Motorola):
video, slides (51 minutes, 236 MB)
- State of Linux Real-time BOF, by Manas Saksena (TimeSys):
video (42 minutes, 297 MB)
- Closing Activity: Embedded Linux Quiz, by Tim Bird (Sony):
video (22 minutes, 235 MB)
Slides are being collected on http://tree.celinuxforum.org/CelfPubWiki/ELC2006Presentations.
You may also be interested in our report, published by LWN.net.