Articles with tag 'kernel'

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You’ve made a choice to use open-source software as part of your product release. That’s a great start. Open-source software projects usually have large contributing communities that help improve the software’s quality and functionality over time.

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As part of Codethink's interest in RISC-V I have been following the RISC-V kernel list. Whilst looking through the postings the following bug came up, titled: [syzbot] BUG: unable to handle kernel access to user memory in schedule_tail

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Codethink is a software company that works on various client projects; ranging from medical, finance, automotive. In these different areas of engagement; we are trusted to work on various types of problems that clients face with their systems. One such problem encountered required us looking at a userspace software where the program was occasionally not responding on time.

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In 2018, Codethink worked with Lukas Bulwahn from BMW on a project investigating some core functionality of the Linux kernel that is relevant to safety considerations of an assumed system. We wanted to share some of our findings from this work, as it could prove useful to communities interested in using Linux in a safety-critical context.

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Codethink partnered with York Instruments on a project to develop a new Magnetoencephalogram (MEG) scanner to replace their existing apparatus. This is a neuroimaging device which maps brain activity by recording magnetic fields which are produced by naturally occurring electrical currents in the brain.

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The Civil Infrastructure Platform (CIP), a Linux Foundation Initiative, is attracting the attention of well known stakeholders in the Industrial Grade space.

The long term project goal is to create an Open Source base layer for industrial grade systems collaboratively to enable the creation of reusable building blocks that meet …

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Configuring Linux systems to stabilise latency

Over the course of the last few months, Codethink have conducted an investigation into whether or not Linux systems can be configured to be deterministic, so that performance over time is made to be more predictable and overall improved by tweaking the kernel in …

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Traditionally ELCE has been an important annual event for Codethink. This year was no exception. ELCE 2017 was not only a great technical event but...

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NVIDIA Jetson TK1 + Baserock + Linux 3.15 in one day Engineers take just 24 hours to get a new open source 3.15 Linux operating system running on new NVIDIA Jetson TK1.

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