March 12-14, 2018 - Portland, OR
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Wednesday, March 14 • 11:05am - 1:05pm
Learn Bitbake with Yocto Project - Tom King, The Linux Foundation (Additional Track Registration Required)

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Building an embedded project means building a bootloader, kernel, and root filesystem (with so many choices). The OpenEmbedded system, which is at the core of the Yocto Project, uses the bitbake tool to orchestrate the building of an image for a particular embedded board. In this seminar we will introduce you to bitbake, writing simple recipes, and building a minimal image to be run on the PocketBeagle development board. This seminar will include hands on labs, so makes sure you bring a fast laptop with at least 100GB of free space.

Important Note: This session is only open to the 50 people who have registered for the E-ALE track. You can find out more information about the track here.

Pre-requisite: PocketBeagle Walk Through


Tom King

Instructor, The Linux Foundation
40yrs working in Embedded, 14yrs working with Embedded Linux Build Systems(buildroot and OE/YP). Instructor for Linux Foundation. Specializes in embedded system for Broadcast Applications.

Wednesday March 14, 2018 11:05am - 1:05pm PDT
Broadway III/IV