Building a Custom Linux Distribution with the Yocto Project - Sean Hudson, Mentor Graphics
The Yocto Project combines several, powerful tools and build metadata together to enable developers to create a custom Linux distribution from scratch. Additionally, it makes it easy for developers to carry customization work forward over time and makes it easier to port across architectures. In this presentation, we will take a look at how to use the Yocto Project to put together a customized distribution for your target of choice. Along the way, we will cover several common tasks and provide pointers about where to get more help.
This talk is geared for individuals that are new to the Yocto Project, but not necessarily new to Linux.
Embedded Linux Architect, Mentor Graphics, Inc
Sean has worked with embedded devices since 1996. He became involved with the Yocto Project in 2010, shortly after it was publicly announced. Currently, he is an Embedded Linux Architect at Mentor Graphics. Also, he is a member of board of the OpenEmbedded project and represents Mentor on the Advisory Board of the Yocto Project. In 2012, he gave public talks at ELC, ELCE, both Yocto Dev Days, and hosted the Inaugural Yocto BSP Summit.
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