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by Andreas Färber
from SUSE

Andreas joined SUSE's Virtualization Team in 2011 and took on the role of Project Manager for ARM64 in 2017. He has been involved in the openSUSE ARM port from the beginning and keeps pushing the limits of where mainline Linux kernels and openSUSE can run.

openSUSE relies on native compilation today, resorting to QEMU linux-user emulation for non-native build targets. Here's a brief update of where we are with building real cross-compilers, including for non-Linux targets such as microcontrollers, from our SUSE-maintained GCC packages.

Date:
2016 June 25 16:00
Duration:
15 min
Room:
Saal
Conference:
openSUSE Conference 2016
Language:
Track:
Technology & Development
Difficulty:
Medium