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An eBPF overview, part 4: Working with embedded systems

May 06, 2019 by Adrian Ratiu  |   Blog

Now that we've studied the mainstream way of developing and using eBPF programs on top of the low-level VM mechanisms, we'll look at projects taking different approaches, attempting solutions to some of the unique problems faced by embedded Linux.

An eBPF overview, part 4: Working with embedded systems

Running Android and Wayland on embedded devices

May 02, 2019 by Robert Foss  |   Blog

A previous post introduced the SPURV Android compatibility layer for Wayland based Linux environment. In this post, we're going to dig into how you can run an Android application on the very common i.MX6 based Nitrogen6_MAX board.

Running Android and Wayland on embedded devices

An eBPF overview, part 3: Walking up the software stack

April 26, 2019 by Adrian Ratiu  |   Blog

In part 1 and 2 of this series, we took a condensed in-depth look at the eBPF VM. In part 3, we define the high-level components of an eBPF program, including the backend, loader, frontend and data structures.

An eBPF overview, part 3: Walking up the software stack

GStreamer buffer flow analyzer

April 25, 2019 by Guillaume Desmottes  |   Blog

GStreamer's logging system is an incredibly powerful ally when debugging but it can sometimes be a bit daunting to dig through the massive amount of generated logs. I often find myself writing small scripts processing gst logs when debugging.

GStreamer buffer flow analyzer

Weston debugging and tracing on-the-fly

April 24, 2019 by Marius Vlad  |   Blog

The recent release of version 6 of the Weston compositor has brought with it the weston-debug protocol, a new feature that allows developers and users alike to display on-the-fly various debugging (logging) information generated by the compositor.

Weston debugging and tracing on-the-fly

Quick hack: git-pw

April 18, 2019 by Ezequiel Garcia  |   Blog

A well-known Linux kernel developer once said, a poor craftsman famously complains about his tools, but a good craftsman knows how to choose excellent tools. Here's a python-based tool that integrates git and patchwork, and can greatly improve your toolbox.

Quick hack: git-pw

An eBPF overview, part 2: Machine & bytecode

April 15, 2019 by Adrian Ratiu  |   Blog

The second part of this series takes a more in-depth look at the eBPF VM and program studied in the first part. Having this low level knowledge is not mandatory but can be a very useful foundation for the rest of the series.

An eBPF overview, part 2: Machine & bytecode

GStreamer support for the RIST Specification

April 09, 2019 by Nicolas Dufresne  |   News & Events

Collabora contributes elements implementing the RIST Simple Profile to GStreamer. This specification adds retransmissions to RTP streams in a way that it compatible with existing broadcast encoders and decoders.

GStreamer support for the RIST Specification

An eBPF overview, part 1: Introduction

April 05, 2019 by Adrian Ratiu  |   Blog

Interested in learning more about low-level specifics of the eBPF stack? Read on as we take a deep dive, from its VM mechanisms and tools, to running traces on remote, resource-constrained embedded devices.

An eBPF overview, part 1: Introduction

Running Android next to Wayland

April 01, 2019 by Robert Foss  |   Blog

It's now possible to run Android applications in the same graphical environment as regular Wayland Linux applications with full 3D acceleration. Here's a look at SPURV, our experimental containerized Android environment.

Running Android next to Wayland

Linaro Connect meets Panfrost

March 29, 2019 by Mark Filion  |   News & Events

Next week, Collaborans will be in Bangkok, Thailand, to participate in the 25th edition of Linaro Connect, a gathering of the world's leading open source engineers working on Arm. Tomeu Vizoso and Gustavo Padovan will be in attendance to present Panfrost.

Linaro Connect meets Panfrost

Modern USB gadget on Linux & how to integrate it with systemd (Part 2)

March 27, 2019 by Andrzej Pietrasiewicz  |   Blog

In the previous post I introduced you to the subject of USB gadgets implemented as machines running Linux. In this post, we look at how to implement your very own USB function with FunctionFS and how to integrate that with systemd.

Modern USB gadget on Linux & how to integrate it with systemd (Part 2)

Collabora contributions to Linux Kernel 4.2

August 25, 2015 by Gustavo Padovan  |   Blog

Kernel.org Collabora contributions

Collabora contributions to Linux Kernel 4.2

Collabora contributions to Linux kernel 4.1

August 24, 2015 by Javier Martinez Canillas  |   Blog

Kernel.org Collabora contributions

Collabora contributions to Linux kernel 4.1

Alex's work experience at Collabora

August 06, 2015 by Alex Shtyrov  |   Blog

A student intership experience at Collabora

Alex's work experience at Collabora

Why polkit (or, how to mount a disk on modern Linux)

June 08, 2015 by Simon McVittie  |   Blog

Why udisks2 and polkit are the way they are

Why polkit (or, how to mount a disk on modern Linux)

Checking D-Bus API stability

June 02, 2015 by Philip Withnall  |   Blog

D-Bus API features

Checking D-Bus API stability

Collabora contributions to Linux kernel 4.0

May 11, 2015 by Javier Martinez Canillas  |   Blog

Collabora upstream work on Linux kernel

Collabora contributions to Linux kernel 4.0

Lucid sleep in the free desktop

May 01, 2015 by Tomeu Vizoso  |   Blog

Describes ability of performing work while the machine is in a low power state such as suspend.

Lucid sleep in the free desktop

Tracking the reference count of a GstMiniObject using gdb

April 13, 2015 by Guillaume Desmottes  |   Blog

Debugging GStreamer

Tracking the reference count of a GstMiniObject using gdb

Blink started supporting font-size-adjust css property

March 26, 2015 by ChangSeok Oh  |   Blog

Blink font-size-adjust via CSS properties

Blink started supporting font-size-adjust css property

JPEG-XR support on blink

March 21, 2015 by ChangSeok Oh  |   Blog

JPEG-XR support on browsing technologies

JPEG-XR support on blink

Weston repaint scheduling

February 11, 2015 by Pekka Paalanen  |   Blog

Latest Weston features

Weston repaint scheduling

GNOME programming guidelines: the rise of gnome-devel-docs

February 11, 2015 by Philip Withnall  |   Blog

Check out the new GNOME Programming Guidelines and file bugs in Bugzilla.

GNOME programming guidelines: the rise of gnome-devel-docs

NVK reaches Vulkan 1.0 conformance

November 20, 2023 by Faith Ekstrand  |   News & Events

As of today, NVK is now an officially conformant implementation of the Vulkan 1.0 API on NVIDIA Turing hardware. This is the first time any Nouveau driver has gotten the Khronos conformance badge on any API.

NVK reaches Vulkan 1.0 conformance

Patch Ready for Linux Plumbers 2023

November 09, 2023 by Kara Bembridge  |   News & Events

To ensure the Linux kernel is running smoothly, it requires maintenance from a variety of levels. Those working on the lower levels, or the plumber layers, of the kernel will have a chance to convene next week at the annual Linux Plumbers Conference.

Patch Ready for Linux Plumbers 2023

Benchmarking machine learning frameworks

November 02, 2023 by Vineet Suryan  |   News & Events

MLBench enables developers and maintainers to effortlessly gauge how their frameworks perform compared to other implementations, prior code versions, or across different boards, with respect to both runtime performance and other metrics.

Benchmarking machine learning frameworks

Kernel 6.6: Long-awaited features and enhanced hardware support

October 31, 2023 by Laura Nao  |   News & Events

Linux Kernel 6.6 has arrived, bringing a significant amount of new features and performance enhancements. Collabora has actively contributed many patches, including work on MediaTek and Rockchip.

Kernel 6.6: Long-awaited features and enhanced hardware support

X.Org Developer's Conference 2023

October 12, 2023 by Kara Bembridge  |   News & Events

The fall conference season continues next week with the X.Org Developer's Conference, taking place from October 17 to 19 in A Coruna, Spain. Sponsored by Collabora, this event brings together developers with an interest in open graphics.

X.Org Developer's Conference 2023

Pressing play on GStreamer Conference 2023

September 21, 2023 by Kara Bembridge  |   News & Events

Sunny Spain will have multimedia developers on speed dial next week for the 11th edition of the GStreamer Conference, taking place at the Palexco Convention Centre in A Coruña from September 25 to 26.

Pressing play on GStreamer Conference 2023

Perfecting Open Source Recipes in Paris

September 19, 2023 by Kara Bembridge  |   News & Events

The world-renowned culinary scene in The City of Light will be getting a pack of different types of chefs next week for Kernel Recipes and Embedded Recipes. Kernel Recipes kicks off on September 25, then Embedded Recipes from September 28 to 29.

Perfecting Open Source Recipes in Paris

Empowering Open Source at IBC 2023

September 11, 2023 by Kara Bembridge  |   News & Events

Collabora is headed to Amsterdam! This year, we will be showcasing some of our recent work on the DAB protocol, as well as the software integration of LCEVC, MPEG's novel enhancement codec, into the GStreamer multimedia framework.

Empowering Open Source at IBC 2023

Monado SLAM datasets now available

September 11, 2023 by Mateo de Mayo  |   News & Events

The Monado SLAM datasets (MSD) are egocentric visual-inertial SLAM datasets recorded to improve the Basalt-based inside-out tracking component of the Monado project.

Monado SLAM datasets now available

Video codecs: Adding AV1 stateless video decoder support to Linux

September 07, 2023 by Benjamin Gaignard  |   News & Events

The latest mainline Linux kernel (v6.5) includes 22 patches that enable support for the AV1 uAPI and for two stateless video decoders: one for the Rockchip RK3588 and one for MT8195, a MediaTek SoC.

Video codecs: Adding AV1 stateless video decoder support to Linux

Linux kernel 6.5: USB4v2 and Wifi7 have arrived

August 30, 2023 by Adrian Larumbe  |   News & Events

The 6.5 release is here and it comes with many changes. As is often the case, Collabora has been actively involved in the submission of patches, mostly in the task of hardware enablement for Mediatek and Rockchip SoCs.

Linux kernel 6.5: USB4v2 and Wifi7 have arrived

Ready to All Systems Go!

August 23, 2023 by Kara Bembridge  |   News & Events

Set in the captivating city of Berlin, All Systems Go! is ready to explore foundational user-space Linux technologies after a 4-year hiatus.

Ready to All Systems Go!

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