"Teamwork is essential -- it allows you to blame someone else."
The Linaro 16.09 release is now available for download! And it's a week
In preparation for Linaro Connect LAS16 in Las Vegas we're releasing a
bit earlier than usual. Next cycle will be back on schedule.
Using the Android-based images
The Android-based images come in three parts: system, userdata and boot.
These need to be combined to form a complete Android install. For an
explanation of how to do this please see:
If you are interested in getting the source and building these images
yourself please see the following pages:
Using the OpenEmbedded-based images
With the Linaro provided downloads and with ARM’s Fast Models virtual
platform, you can boot a virtual ARMv8 system and run 64-bit binaries.
For more information please see:
Using the Debian-based images
The Debian-based images consist of two parts. The first part is a
hardware pack, which can be found under the hwpacks directory and
contains hardware specific packages (such as the kernel and bootloader).
The second part is the rootfs, which is combined with the hardware pack
to create a complete image. For more information on how to create an
image please see:
More information on Linaro can be found on our websites:
Also subscribe to the important Linaro mailing lists and join our IRC
channels to stay on top of Linaro developments:
#linaro on irc.linaro.org or irc.freenode.net
#linaro-android irc.linaro.org or irc.freenode.net
Known issues with this release
Bug reports for this release should be filed in Bugzilla
(http://bugs.linaro.org) against the
individual packages or projects that are affected.
On behalf of the release team,
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