IMA-measurement with Yocto Project and OpenEmbedded

Integrity Measurement Architecture provides a framework to maintain the integrity of files. Here's how to build a minimal Linux distribution with IMA support.
February 29, 2024/by Leon Anavi

What to do when your commercial Linux goes away

Customers often come to Konsulko Group for help when a commercial Linux is phased-out. Moving forward should be free from the dependancies of the marketplace.
January 23, 2024/by Konsulko Group
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Mender Add-ons: Remote Troubleshooting Devices in the Field

Mender offers several add-ons. These are optional extensions that provide functionality for use cases beyond the core OTA updates features.
April 3, 2023/by Konsulko Group
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Setting up RAUC on CuBox-I/HummingBoard for Software Updates

A popular solution to provide OTA (over-the-air) updates for Embedded Linux devices, RAUC requires advanced skills for initial integration.
February 16, 2023/by Konsulko Group

Using kernel config fragments to remove an unwanted feature

How to remove a standard kernel feature when it causes an embedded system to lock-up on either warm reboot or shutdown, preventing over-the-air (OTA) updates
February 21, 2022/by Tim Orling

Building a DIY SOHO router, 18 months later

It’s been a year since my last post on this DIY SOHO router project, and 18 months since I posted the article series itself. So it’s worth doing a check-in.
November 12, 2020/by Tom Rini

Getting Started with RAUC on Raspberry Pi

RAUC is secure, robust, flexible open source software for A/B updates of Embedded Linux devices, compatible with Yocto Project/OpenEmbedded, Buildroot, PTXdist.
August 18, 2020/by Leon Anavi

Helping Yocto Project work with Python 3

The Yocto Project uses OpenEmbedded and relies on layer meta-python from meta-openembedded to deliver Python 3 packages. A closer look at python3-protobuf.
June 26, 2020/by Leon Anavi
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