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CELF conference 2005 demo session review

Jan 27, 2005 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive
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The Consumer Electronics Linux Forum (CELF) hosted a technical conference for members and their invitees earlier this week. LinuxDevices.com's roving reporter attended an interesting session devoted to technology demonstrations, and assembled this complete list of what was there, to help our readers stay informed.

The session consisted of 23 vendor- or project-sponsored tables, which showcased various Linux-related software and hardware technologies of interest to consumer device developers — many of an experimental nature. Each demonstration was summarized by a poster, the contents of which appears below.

Oh, and be sure not to miss the LinuxDevices.com selection for the CELF conference “Best of Show” award — Samsung's Miniket multi-function diskless camcorder that doubles as a digital camera, mp3 player, voice recorder, data storage device, and web cam. The Miniket runs a 2.6-series “ARM-no-MMU” uClinux kernel that can boot to a shell in 80msec. Learn all about the amazing multifunction Miniket, the first of several Samsung products based on ARM-no-MMU Linux, in our detailed device profile.

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Jazelle — ARM Java Linux Acceleration



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ARM TrustZone Technology with Linux



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Linux on ARM Symmetric Multiprocessing Core



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Intelligent Energy Management (IEM) software



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Qplus Target Builder



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Improving application boot up time



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Integrating TCG technology in Linux



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XIP (execute-in-place) Linux platform



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Streaming media player proof-of-concept



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LKST, a Linux kernel state tracer



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Linux reference system for Panasonic SoC



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ARIB data-broadcasting browser



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VoIP over GStreamer



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Scratchbox cross-compilation environment



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LOMAC LSM security module



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Philips Nexperia



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3D Graphics (Aurora System)



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2D graphics framework using DirectFB, GTK+, Dillo



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Linux RFS, a NAND flash file system



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Miniket, a uClinux-based memory camcorder



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Sony power management enhancements



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AVM49HD HD-STB reference board



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Digital TV with Linux DVB API



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And, last, but not least…



“The Embedded Linux Fab Four”

How could we resist snapping a photo (with a cameraphone, no less) of these four prestigious embedded Linux luminaries, when we caught them schmoozing together at the CELF event! Left to right:

  • Greg Ungerer — one of the core maintainers of uClinux
  • Erik Andersen — maintainer of uClibc
  • Tim Bird — chair of CELF's architecture group
  • Tim Riker — maintainer of the ARM Linux kernel for the Sharp Zaurus SL-5000D, and a member of the Debian GNU/Linux development team


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