Last day of UDS-N is today. I am tired and decided to skip last sessions slot and summary. It was good event and for me it was far better then previous one. Even with jetlag… I attended lot of sessions.
Yesterday Konstantinos Margaritis from Genesi USA was giving out about 40 Efika MX Smartbooks and few Efika MX Smarttops. I had that luck to became owner of one of those Smartbooks. That’s nice device. Powered by 800MHz Freescale i.MX515 cpu with
Again early wake up… This time 4:44 but I think that today will be better then yesterday because 6h of sleep is often my default amount. Few minutes ago room mate woke up and said: you will never convert to this
At 4:30 had to get up and ~hour later I was in a bus to Berlin Tegel (TXL) airport. Arrived, met few people from Canonical, got first coffee. Lufthansa did not has so much luck with 10s as Ubuntu did so
So you got ARM device and want to build kernel for it? There are few ways how you can do it under Ubuntu 10.10 (or higher). First you need proper cross compiler. After “apt-get install gcc-arm-linux-gnueabi” you will get proper
Yes, they (usually) do — but which one? And this is what I want to write about. Ubuntu 10.10 ‘maverick’ got released week ago. I was using it since UDS-M — especially on my laptop as 2.6.34 kernel worked better on