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Videos of last Embedded Linux Conference are out

March 21, 2011

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Last October the Embedded Linux Conference Europe (ELCE) 2010 was held in Cambridge¬† (UK). Today the videos of that conference are available on Free Electrons site. My Top-5 of the most interesting videos is as follows: Panda board demonstration, Rekha Kumar and Nipuna Gunasekera (Texas Instruments): Video Software Considerations When Using High-Performance Memory Systems, Leif […]

ZPUino open source processor

March 6, 2011

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ZPUino is a project that offers a microprocessor that can be put on FPGA, and that can be programmed with a simple IDE. Everything is open source: the toolchain, the IDE and the VHDL code; and it can be downloaded freely. The hardware architecture is based on the ZPU (Zylin CPU), which is a processor […]

Getting started with Arduino Uno on Ubuntu

January 31, 2011

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I really wanted to try Arduino; Arduino narrates a story where the good guys are winning. Saturday I arranged to buy one, the Arduino Uno, and the first thing that came into my mind was “Wow, it’s really smaller than I thought possible!”. I went home and started unboxing it: the packages comes with a […]

Simulating AT91 with Skyeye

September 27, 2010

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Atmel AT91 is a series of common microcontrollers that contain ARM cores. The AT91SAM7 series in particular runs the ubiquitous ARM7TDMI. I found out that there is an open source program that emulates these microcontrollers (among many others): it is Skyeye. Skyeye is a project that emulates big and small microcontrollers, and for this reason […]

Running Linux on new OpenRisc simulator or1ksim 0.4.0

July 13, 2010

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The guys at OpenCores released a new version of their OpenRisc core, tweaking many hardware bug but also porting Linux kernel 2.6.24 to their simulation platform, that is called or1ksim. The procedure (found here) to try Linux on the new simulator is straightforward and involves executing a script. The script hides most of the complexity […]

Booting Linux with U-Boot on QEMU ARM

April 12, 2010

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Using QEMU to emulate the complete boot procedure of an ARM system using U-Boot, the Linux kernel and Busybox.

Busybox for ARM on QEMU

March 27, 2010

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Compiling and running Busybox for an emulated ARM platform, using CodeSourcery toolchain and QEMU.

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