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  • Fedora 20 “Heisenbug” Release Makes ARM a Primary Architecture

    Linux on ARMFedora has been supporting ARM architecture for a while now, but it was only as a secondary architecture without official support. With the recent Fedora 20 release, nicknamed “Heisenbug”, the ARM architecture, more exactly ARMv7 hard float and greater, is promoted to a primary architecture meaning ARMv7 will have the same status as x86 and x86_64 architectures with packages officially build and supported by the Fedora community.

  • OpenSUSE 13.1: Oh look, a Linux with YOU in mind (and 64-bit ARMs)

    Linux on ARMReview - Linux distro OpenSUSE 13.1 is a modest but important update that concentrates on stability and overall polish. There are quite a few new features - like the rewritten system configuration utility YaST, new developer tools even a new version of OpenSUSE for Raspberry Pi - but 13.1 is really focused on building a rock-solid Linux distro that "just works."

  • New OpenSUSE embraces 64-bit ARM

    Linux on ARMJoining Fedora and Ubuntu, the new version of the community driven OpenSUSE can now be run on AArch64 processors, further preparing the market for servers running on the new 64-bit ARM architecture.

  • Fedora 20 ARMs For the Future

    Linux on ARMA week after celebrating its 10th anniversary, the Fedora Project released the Fedora 20 ("Heisenbug") beta on Nov. 12. Thanks to a few stubborn Heisenbugs, the release was several weeks late, but that is but a blip compared to some of Fedora's more historic delays.

  • 64-Bit ARM (AArch64) Gets Refined On Linux 3.13 Kernel

    Linux on ARMWhile 64-bit ARM hardware isn't publicly out yet, the AArch64/ARM64 support continues to be improved within the Linux kernel and readying for the onslaught of new, faster ARM devices to appear in 2014.

  • USENIX: Red Hat prepares for 64-bit ARM servers

    Linux on ARMEnterprise open-source software vendor Red Hat is keeping an eye on the development of 64-bit ARM processors for servers, building up expertise in case the nascent platform takes hold in the data center.

  • Red Hat Releases Libvirt 1.1.4 Virtualization Tools with AArch64 Support

    Linux on ARMLibvirt, a collection of software tools that provides a convenient way to manage virtual machines and other virtualization functionality, such as storage and network interface management, is now at version 1.1.4.

  • ARMv8 Project Thunder SoC gains Linux support

    Linux on ARMAt ARM TechCon, Cavium demonstrated an SDK for its upcoming ARMv8-based Project Thunder SoC family, and announced Ubuntu support for Project Thunder, while Cavium subsidiary MontaVista announced Carrier Grade Linux support for ARMv8. Meanwhile, Cavium and MontaVista joined Linaro and other companies in launching OpenDataPlane, an open source networking SoC interoperability standards organization for Linux.

  • Next-gen Cortex-R chips to run full Linux and Android

    Linux on ARMARM announced an embedded version of its ARMv8 architecture that will add virtualization and lightweight Linux support to the next of generation Cortex-R processors. The ARMv8-R architecture is 32-bit, but borrows features from the 64-bit ARMv8-A such as hardware-based virtualization and a more advanced MPU, enabling safety-critical embedded applications like automotive computers to run RTOSes, bare metal code, and Linux and Android on a single processor.

  • Cavium's Thunder is First 64-bit ARMv8 Processor supported in Ubuntu Server 13.10

    Linux on ARMSan Jose, CA – October 29, 2013 – Cavium, Inc., (NASDAQ: CAVM), a leading provider of 64bit microprocessors for a variety of enterprise, datacenter and service provider infrastructure applications, today announced that Cavium’s Thunder ARMv8 processors are supported in Ubuntu 13.10, the latest release from Canonical.

  • Dell to demo 64-bit ARM server

    Linux on ARMSummary: The demo highlights what's possible, but Dell will launch 64-bit ARM servers "when customer and ecosystem readiness are aligned."

  • Wind River Linux adds 64-bit ARM, adopts Yocto 1.5

    Linux on ARMWind River announced Wind River Linux 6, featuring Yocto Project 1.5 Linux kernel and toolchain, and expanded multi-architecture hardware support including 64-bit ARMv8. Wind River also announced a faster new Yocto-compatible version of its carrier-grade Wind River Open Virtualization software.

  • Embedded Linux adds 64bit ARM support with Open Source innovations

    Linux on ARMWind River has expanded the hardware support in its embedded Linux for the latest ARM, Intel, MIPS, and Power architectures as well as updating the kernel, toolchain, and user space for the latest Yocto Project release.

  • ARM Servers Aim High Despite Tiny Market Share

    Linux on ARMWhen it comes to the server industry, ARM Holdings doesn't seem to abide by dry logic much when making its forecasts, though some might say optimism is not a sin, so it's all fine. The following is an outline of its current stance and expectations.

  • About Cross compiling environment setup for ARM Architecture pedora OS

    Linux on ARMIn this article, I’m using raspberry pi hardware, and using pedora 32-bit target OS, Scientific Linux 6.1 64-bit as host OS, crosstool-ng as cross compiling tool. I will give a brief introduction steps about how to build binaries and shared/static libraries, and in the process, some building depends on third party libraries

  • LLVM Clang 64-bit ARM (AArch64) Now Supports NEON

    Linux on ARMThe 64-bit ARM back-end to the LLVM/Clang compiler now supports generating NEON instructions for AArch64.

  • Fedora running on 64-bit ARM (AArch64) - Applied Micro X-Gene

    Linux on ARMThe world's first ever public demo of a general purpose Operating System running on 64-bit ARM silicon took place at the 2013 Red Hat Summit, where we demonstrated Fedora for AArch64 running on Applied Micro X-Gene. Red Hat and Applied Micro have been partners for many years, collaborating pre-silicon, post-silicon, and at all points in between.

  • MiTAC Announces 7-Star 64-Bit ARM Server Powered by Applied Micro X-Gene Server-on-Chip

    Linux on ARMAfter unveiling their GFX servers based on Marvell ARM Cortex A9 SoC at Computex 2012, Mitac announced their new 7-Star server at Computex 2013. This new server is based on Applied Micro X-Gene SoC featuring ARM Cortex A57 cores, and is one of the first, if not the first, 64-Bit ARM server ever.

  • KVM Virtualization Still Being Ported To 64-bit ARM

    Linux on ARMAfter KVM virtualization was brought to ARM last year with the ARM Cortex-A15 SoCs supporting hardware virtualization, support for the Kernel-based Virtual Machine for 64-bit ARM (AArch64) SoCs is being prepared.

  • ARM64 Support Will Improve In Linux 3.10 (AArch64)

    Linux on ARMSupport for the emerging 64-bit ARM Architecture, a.k.a. ARM64 or AArch64, will see better support with the Linux 3.10 kernel.


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