Konsulko Group engineer to speak at Yocto Project Summit

Konsulko Group senior engineer Leon Anavi will present at the Yocto Project Virtual Summit, November 28 through November 30, 2023.
November 1, 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

Using Rust with Yocto Project

Simple example applications written in Rust. How to compile and run these applications natively on Linux. How to creatte recipes for these applications.
November 5, 2020/by Konsulko Group

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

Building a DIY SOHO router, 6 months on

6 months ago, I posted part 4 of our series on making a SOHO router using Yocto Project / OpenEmbedded. Here's how the router has worked out in residential use. 
October 28, 2019/by Tom Rini

Custom Linux Distro for NVIDIA CUDA Devices

How to get started and build a minimal custom Linux distribution for embedded NVIDIA CUDA-enabled devices using the Yocto Project (YP) and OpenEmbedded (OE).
July 25, 2019/by Leon Anavi

Building a DIY SOHO router, Part 4

How to build your own SOHO router using the Yocto Project build system, OpenEmbedded, Part 4, by Tom Rini, VP of Engineering
March 28, 2019/by Tom Rini
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