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NXP EdgeLock® SE05x: Accessing a Secure Element from a Trusted Execution Environment

Linux microPlatform™ release v85 includes support for the OP-TEE upstream version of the NXP EdgeLock® SE05x integrating Plug-and-Trust revision 03.03.00.

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FoundriesFactory

Changes from Honister that impact a FoundriesFactory

The Yocto Project has made critical changes in the Honister release (3.4). This post details two changes that impact a FoundriesFactory: Override syntax Directory structure for tune files. A future LmP version will be released based on Honister. These changes do not impact the current version (v85). By knowing what to expect in future LmP versions, plans can be made to ease the transition.

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Docker Containers

Chromium Docker Compose App with Hardware Acceleration for iMX8MM

Finding information and instructions on installing Chromium with graphics hardware acceleration for iMX devices can be difficult. This blog presents highlights from the work I have done to isolate Chromium with graphics hardware acceleration into a Docker® Compose application.

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Testing software at Foundries.io (part 2)

In the previous blog I described how Foundries.io approaches testing in regards to the "manufacturing scenario". In this blog I will be covering how to test the "rolling update scenario". This applies to the case of a long running device in the field with no direct way of accessing it.

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Postponing OTA updates with a callback

OTA updates are a defining feature and core benefit of using FoundriesFactory. New software rolls out to devices in the field as soon as CI builds complete. What if devices that receive updates at less-than-ideal times?

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Changes in meta-freescale that impact FoundriesFactory

This post introduces the Machine Overrides Extender class from meta-freescale and how the change that comes with PR 980 impacts a FoundriesFactory.

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Changes With Kirkstone That Impact FoundriesFactory

The Yocto Project brings impactful changes with the LTS Kirstone release (4.0). This post details two changes that may impact a Factory: Renaming of build system variables. License names for recipes now follow SPDX standard. A future LmP version will be released based on Kirkstone. These changes do not impact the current version (v86) and older.

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Developers get FoundriesFactory support for new Texas Instruments AM62x processors

Latest integration enables developers to leverage the FoundriesFactory DevSecOps platform with AM62x processors for secure Linux platform development. Foundries.​io today announced that its Edge Platform-as-a-Service platform is available for the recently launched Texas Instruments (TI) Sitara™ AM62x processors, enabling developers to reduce time to market and integrate security from day one when building, deploying and maintaining Linux-based IoT and Edge devices.

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Foundries.io adds NVIDIA to rapidly growing list of semiconductor SoC vendor partners

Foundries.​io cloud platform will support Linux-based IoT and AI development.

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FoundriesFactory

Artifacts for debugging a FoundriesFactory build

The debug messages from the Yocto Project are important when the build does not complete, or when a package does not behave as expected. Logs can help to verify if files are well placed, variables have the expected value, and the set of packages being built is enough.

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Arduino and Foundries.io: Making Secure, Embedded Enterprise Linux IoT Solutions Easy

Years in the future, the electronics industry may look back on March 24, 2022 as a pivotal moment in the history of embedded Linux-based IoT device development, the day that suddenly it became much easier to build, test, deploy and maintain secure and updatable edge products.

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Changes from Honister that impact a FoundriesFactory

The Yocto Project has made critical changes in the Honister release (3.4). This post details two changes that impact a FoundriesFactory: Override syntax Directory structure for tune files. A future LmP version will be released based on Honister. These changes do not impact the current version (v85). By knowing what to expect in future LmP versions, plans can be made to ease the transition.

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