openSUSE on ARM
From single board computer (SBC) and IoT to servers, Edge, Cloud and HPC
I’ve been using SUSE/openSUSE since 2005, firstly on my x86 home computer. I started to contribute to French translation of software, to the wiki and help for support on forums and mailing-list. When openSUSE started to work on ARM, I jumped in to help out and started to learn how OBS works and contributed to packages bootstrap and update. As I had/have couples of ARM boards/systems, I make them working with openSUSE. Now, I am working to get and keep ARM (aarch64) a 1st class citizen on openSUSE, which involves OBS works, but also openQA for in-depth testing!
This session will explain how openSUSE on ARM is built, tested and released (OBS, openQA) and what are the differences with openSUSE on x86. This will also cover the main ARM updates since previous openSUSE Conference in 2019 in Nuremberg.
- 2020 October 16 - 13:30
- 30 min
- Room 1
- The history & pre-history of LibreOffice
- Start Time:
- 2020 October 16 13:30
- Room 2