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Wednesday, October 15 • 12:15pm - 1:05pm
[REPEAT] Transactional Device Tree & Overlays: Making Reconfigurable Hardware Work - Pantelis Antoniou, NVIDIA

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This is a repeat of the initial presentation that some attendees were unable to see due to limited seating (and fire regulations).

Device tree has been decreed as the modern way to describe a board's hardware, but falls flat when faced with the problem of hardware that it-self is reconfigurable. While this is more prevalent on systems employing FPGAs, it is actually a problem for low-end boards like the Beaglebone & any other device that exhibits flexibility in configuration its interfaces. Limitation of in-kernel DT support make it hard to apply batches of changes and revert in need be.

The new Transaction Device Tree + Overlays patch-sets overcome these problems and are intended to land in mainline during the next few major revisions.

Pantelis Antoniou will review the extensive changes and will discuss the major changes coming in the DT support of the kernel. 

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Pantelis Antoniou

Kernel Engineer, Konsulko Group
Pantelis Antoniou has been an active Linux kernel developer for more than 14 years, working for companies like Texas Instruments, Mentor Graphics and NVIDIA. He is a founder and senior staff software architect at Konsulko Group. Having brought many Linux based products to market, at Konsulko Group he gets to make Linux play nice with cars. He has already been a speaker at a number of previous ELC's. His current interests are planting Device Trees... Read More →

Wednesday October 15, 2014 12:15pm - 1:05pm
Room 1

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