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Deploying Yocto Linux on SystemReady IR Compliant Hardware


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Available from October 6

Project Cassini is an open, collaborative, standards-based initiative to deliver a cloud-native software experience across a secure Arm edge ecosystem.

In this paper, we will explore how Arm is enabling scalability in the ecosystem with SystemReady IR, and provide an overview of Yocto Linux, discuss how it relates to SystemReady, and the work that Arm is doing with the Yocto Project so that developers can easily build Yocto images for SystemReady compliant devices.
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