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Bootlin’s Michael Opdenacker Gets You Started with Embedded Linux on RISC-V in Just 40 Minutes | Gareth Halfacree, AB Open

By November 27, 2019May 12th, 2021No Comments

Building on a presentation first given at the Libre Software Meeting 2005, in which Opdenacker demonstrated how to get Linux 2.6 up and running on a QEMU-emulated Arm device in under 40 minutes, the new presentation was triggered by a range of changes – including the order-of-magnitude reduction in cost of entry-level development boards, increasing popularity of free and open hardware, and most particularly the launch of the free and open RISC-V instruction set architecture (ISA).

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