Release Information

The Linaro Team is pleased to announce the release of Linaro 11.11, another of Linaro’s releases delivered on a monthly cadence.This release includes components delivered by all Linaro Teams: Working Groups, Landing Teams and Platform Teams. Some outstanding effort has gone into delivering a lot of exciting updates and features integrated on top of Android and Ubuntu.

Up to now, this reads like a normal monthly release announcement, but wasn’t there something special??? Yes!

We had Android Ice Cream Sandwich for the world this month and the Android Team worked hard to deliver a sneak preview of early alpha ICS images for our 4 primary development targets!

The Release Team notes that this is a remarkable achievement and congratulates the Linaro Android Team for this effort that showed how agile that team is set up to accommodate engineering plan mid-month and get these builds up and out within 10 days. Check out our ICS running on Snowball. Video available on youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MQOKPLg3ARE.

If you don’t want to read the rest of this announcement but want to get started on our ICS builds, please go to our download mirror directly, download the bits and follow our easy install instructions that you will find there:

Obviously, Linaro continued to deliver great stuff outside of those Android ICS builds. So here are the big items that the Release Team has selected to feature this time:

  • The Android rockstars delivered ICS preview builds but did not detour from their initially stated release goals. Among them we have an upgraded Android LEB based off Android 2.3.7 that comes again with all optimizations and bleeding edge Linaro toolchain integration. Other Android builds showcase a first release for Versatile Express using the Linaro ARM LT kernel, a NEON optimized libpng, preliminary DS-5 support and a host of bug fixes and enhancement's to existing support.
  • The Linaro Ubuntu LEB now supports officially the PandaBoard ES and features PandaBoard's USB booting with U-Boot USB-SPL. The developer story was improved with updated ARM DS-5 packages. Source and debug packages for all Linaro's kernel flavors are now available. Additionally, Firefox can now be cross-built using multi-arch. Instructions are available from http://wiki.linaro.org/Platform/DevPlatform/CrossCompile/FirefoxCrossCompile.

  • The Infrastructure Team rolled out our new git mirroring approach to our android cloud build service that uses a seed approach. With that, we noticed considerable speedup in total build time for android builds as well as a massive improvement with regard to scalability as the load put on git-daemons that can be quite inefficient is minimized due to this improvement. On top Infrastructure released an update to status.linaro.org that connects engineering with roadmap planning using the well known status.linaro.org approach.
  • The Graphics team has added a new benchmark for bump-mapping for glmark2. Bump-mapping is a technique for simulating bumps and wrinkles on the surface of an object. This improvement is coming along side LAVA test cases that improve glmark2 support for automated testing and in particular support bump-mapping now.
  • Linux Linaro 3.1-2011.11 release includes a fresh rebase of Linaro improvements to the v3.1.1 mainline kernel and features LPAE support, Samsung Exynos cpuidle, sched_mc optimization, and a fix for mmap greater than 2GB. The Kernel WG has also enabled eCryptFS in Linaro and Android kernel defconfigs.
  • Some highlights for the Multimedia team are that Speex was released on Linaro Ubuntu evaluation build with NEON optimisation patches, libpng v1.5 was released with additional patches to allow NEON auto-detection, and libjpeg-turbo is now built with compatibility for libjpeg8.
  • The Validation Team started to land the new LAVA user interface and navigation, with a shiny Linaro theme. Under the hood, LAVA infrastructure has been upgraded, including network improvements and more memory to better serve its increasing users base.

- Highlights of this release

  • Android

    • Linaro's baseline has now been upgraded to 2.3.7.
    • The first Versatile Express Android build has been completed.
    • Pandaboard and Vexpress has been upgraded to kernel 3.1.1.
    • A preview of Ice Cream Sandwich is released and running on Snowball, Origen, iMX53 and on Pandaboard with Linaro kernels.
    • A NEON-optimized libpng has been itegrated in all builds.
    • Preliminary DS-5 support has been integrated.
    • Preliminary WiFi support on Android Origen.

    • Kernel config for each build is available on android-build page.
    • USB Ethernet works on Origen.
    • Camera recording function works on Pandaboard.
    • USB camera can be hotplugged on Pandaboard.
  • Developer Platform

    • Firefox can now be cross-built using multiarch. Instructions are available from http://wiki.linaro.org/Platform/DevPlatform/CrossCompile/FirefoxCrossCompile.

    • Updated ARM DS-5 packages, based on the 5.8 release, are now available for the Oneiric Ubuntu LEBs.
    • PandaBoard ES support (OMAP 4460).

    • USB booting support on PandaBoard with U-Boot USB-SPL.

    • gcc-linaro (cross) and gcc-linaro (native) are now built automatically by Continuous Integration.
    • Source and debug packages for all the kernel flavors (including the ones from the Landing Teams) supported by the Ubuntu LEB are now available at the Overlay PPA.
  • Infrastructure

    • status.linaro.org is now able to show some information about Linaro's roadmap.
    • An evaluation of the experimental Android platform build using seed tarball of repository has been created.
  • Graphics

    • glmark2 has now a new benchmark added for bump-mapping using height map - benchmark runs successfully as part of default benchmarks on panda-leb Ubuntu and Android. Bump-mapping is a technique for simulating bumps and wrinkles on the surface of an object.
    • Improved LAVA support for glmark2: in 11.11 it has been ensured that the default benchmarks have proper validation support.
    • Memory management work: dma-buf v1.0 of the code is updated and available from http://git.linaro.org/gitweb?p=people/sumitsemwal/linux-3.x.git;a=shortlog;h=refs/tags/v4l2-dmabuf-adaptation. Also changes were implemented in V4L2 core and videobuf2 framework to adapt as dma-buf users

  • Kernel

    • Released Linaro kernel 3.1-2011.11, main changes from the 2011.10 kernel: Rebase to v3.1.1 stable kernel, LPAE support, Samsung Exynos cpuidle , sched_mc optimization, fix for mmap greater than 2GB
    • Released linux-linaro-3.1-2011.11-0-android-1, enabled eCryptFS in Linaro+Android kernel defconfigs
    • Pinctrl subssystem was pulled into Linux v3.2. Sent out v2 of the pinctrl config patch set.
    • Started work on pinctrl support for Exynos and OMAP platforms
    • Rebased static IO mappings and removing mach/vmalloc.h to v3.2-rc1.
    • Continued work on Device tree support: Submitted Regulator core Device Tree patches, posted initial patches for omap hsmmc, submitted rebased version of Samsung's sdhci driver, reworked omap-serial DT on top of latest serial runtime adaptation patches (rebased on 3.2-rc1), imx5 board level DT series hit v3.2-rc1, imx6 with DT support hit v3.2-rc1.
    • Migration of imx6 to common struct clk
  • Multimedia

    • Speex was released on Linaro Ubuntu evaluation build with NEON optimisation patches from upstream mailing list - version 1.2~rc1+git20090708+a6d05eb-1linaro1 is based on 1.2rc1
    • libpng v1.5 was released with additional patches to allow NEON autodetection (was being detected manually before)
    • A first experimental release of Alsa-UCM for Pulseaudio was done. The patch for pulseaudio alsa-module can be used to provide pulseaudio profiles and ports by alsa ucm configurations, and switch profile/port by pactl tools. Any settings could result in alsa mixer update, which can be checked by alsamixer.
    • Libjpeg-turbo now includes compatibility for libjpeg8. Also collected performance measurements between libjpeg8 and libjpeg-turbo with libjpeg8 compatibility using tjbench on both intel and arm hardware
    • DirectFB was released by ARM-China with NEON optimisations - DirectFB (www.directfb.org) is a complete hardware abstraction layer with software fallbacks for every graphics operation that is not supported by the underlying hardware. Many 2D operations (such as blending, Color format conversion, Blitting and so on ) have been accelerated by NEON technology by this release
    • Memory management work: Development of dri2proto, updating libdri2 to support dri2video and dri2video test app, updating mesa and implementing the core functionality in xserver against xf86-video-nouveau - patches upstream, also available from https://github.com/robclark. The patches can also be checked via http://patches.linaro.org/team/linaro-multimedia-wg/

  • OCTO

  • Power Management

    • Fixed OMAP4 porting issues to common clock, Panda is 100% converted to use Common Clock Framework, submitted v3 of the common clock code to LKML.
    • Released new version of power-qa with basic tests for cpuidle.
    • Submitted V3 of the exynos4 cpuidle patches to Linaro-kernel, following to include it in mainline.
    • Continued work on thermal driver for i.MX6, started work on i.MX6 cpufreq driver needed by thermal.
    • Continued work on sched_mc, added time weighted for load balance for each task, included sched_mc optimization into Linaro-kernel.
  • Toolchain

    • In GCC, two new flags were added; one that picks the best tuning for the machine the compiler is running on and another that tunes for a blend of Cortex-A processors. In the backend, GCC now uses the ARMv7 unaligned access support when reading and writing unaligned variables.
    • The vectoriser includes a number of improvements when vectorising straight line code such as manually unrolled loops common in signal processing routines. Modulo scheduling now supports scheduling register moves.
    • For QEMU, the ARM vexpress-a9, versatilepb, versatileab and realview-* boards now have audio support. The new Cortex-A15 instructions for hardware divide and fused multiply-add have been added to the user mode emulation.
  • Validation

    • Documentation for LAVA is built into the source tree and has been improved for several components. It is linked from the LAVA menu, or can be found directly by visiting: http://lava.readthedocs.org.

    • Improvements have been made to the LAVA User Interface and navigation with new Linaro theming added.
    • Client type is now a configuration option for devices in LAVA.
    • Android CI runs now show monkey results as a pass, and report details on tests such as the time that monkey ran for before exiting.
    • Infrastructure improvements have been made to the Validation farm including network improvements, OS upgrades, and extra memory for the server.
    • LAVA now supports Django 1.3.
    • Support added for adding action plugins to lava-dispatcher.

Getting Started

Download the images for Linaro 11.11 supported platforms and follow the instructions for installing the image on your device.

Evaluation Builds (preview/LEBs)

Version

Release

Instructions

Download for...

Details

Status

IconsPage/icon-android-button-128x64.png

2.3.7

11.11

here

i.MX53*, Origen*, PandaBoard, Snowball*

linaro-android details

board support status

IconsPage/icon-ubuntu-button-128x64.png

Oneiric

11.11

here

i.MX53*, Origen*, PandaBoard, Snowball*

linaro-ubuntu details

board support status

(*) preview build; not officially supported yet

Android Components

Name

Version

Release

Download

android-toolchain

4.5-2011.11

11.11

android-toolchain download

android-toolchain

4.6-2011.11

11.11

android-toolchain download

Graphics Components

Name

Version

Release

Download

Details

compiz

0.9.6+bzr20110929-2011.10

11.10

compiz download

compiz details

compiz-plugins

0.9.6-2011.10

11.10

compiz-plugins download

compiz-plugins details

glcompbench

2011.10

11.10

glcompbench download

glcompbench details

glew

1.7.0-2011.10

11.10

glew download

glew details

glmark2

2011.11

11.11

glmark2 download

glmark2 details

glproxy

2011.10

11.10

glproxy download

glproxy details

libmatrix

2011.10

11.10

libmatrix download

libmatrix details

nux

1.16.0-2011.10

11.10

nux download

nux details

smartt

0.5

11.06

smartt download

smartt details

unity

4.24.0-2011.10

11.10

unity download

unity details

Kernel Components

Name

Version

Release

Download

Details

linux-linaro

3.1-2011.11

11.11

linux-linaro download

linux-linaro details

Landing Teams Components

Name

Version

Release

Download

Details

linux-linaro-android-lt-samsung

3.0-2011.11

11.11

linux-linaro-lt-samsung download

linux-linaro-lt-samsung details

linux-linaro-android-lt-st-ericsson

3.0-2011.11

11.11

linux-linaro-lt-st-ericsson download

linux-linaro-lt-st-ericsson details

linux-linaro-android-lt-ti

3.1-2011.11

11.11

linux-linaro-android-lt-ti download

linux-linaro-android-lt-ti details

linux-linaro-lt-arm

3.1-2011.11

11.11

linux-linaro-lt-arm download

linux-linaro-lt-arm details

linux-linaro-lt-freescale

3.1-2011.11

11.11

linux-linaro-lt-freescale download

linux-linaro-lt-freescale details

linux-linaro-lt-samsung

3.0-2011.11

11.11

linux-linaro-lt-samsung download

linux-linaro-lt-samsung details

linux-linaro-lt-st-ericsson

3.0-2011.11

11.11

linux-linaro-lt-st-ericsson download

linux-linaro-lt-st-ericsson details

linux-linaro-lt-ti

3.1-2011.11

11.11

linux-linaro-lt-ti download

linux-linaro-lt-ti details

Multimedia Components

Name

Version

Release

Download

Details

alsa-ucm-conf

2011.11

11.11

alsa-ucm-conf download

alsa-ucm-conf details

directfb

1.6.0pre1-2011.11

11.11

libpng download

libpng details

libpng

1.5.6beta3-2011.11

11.11

libpng download

libpng details

libjpeg-turbo

1.1.90-2011.11

11.11

libjpeg-turbo download

libjpeg-turbo details

pulseaudio-ucm

2011.11

11.11

pulseaudio-ucm download

pulseaudio-ucm details

pulseaudio-ucm-patches

2011.11

11.11

pulseaudio-ucm-patches download

pulseaudio-ucm-patches details

samplemedia test content

2011.10

11.10

samplemedia test content download

samplemedia test content details

speex

2011.11

11.11

speex download

speex details

Platform Components

lava-android-test

0.0.7-2011.11

11.11

lava-android-test download

lava-android-test details

lava-dashboard

0.9.3-2011.11

11.11

lava-dashboard download

lava-dashboard details

lava-dashboard-tool

0.6.1-2011.11

11.11

lava-dashboard-tool download

lava-dashboard-tool details

lava-dispatcher

0.3.5-2011.11

11.11

lava-dispatcher download

lava-dispatcher details

lava-kernel-ci-views

0.3.1-2011.10

11.10

lava-kernel-ci-views download

lava-kernel-ci-views details

lava-scheduler

0.5.5-2011.11

11.11

lava-scheduler download

lava-scheduler details

lava-scheduler-tool

0.2.2-2011.10

11.10

lava-scheduler-tool download

lava-scheduler-tool details

lava-server

0.7.2-2011.11

11.11

lava-server download

lava-server details

lava-test

0.3.1-2011.10

11.10

lava-test download

lava-test details

lava-tool

0.2-2011.07

11.07

lava-tool download

lava-tool details

linaro-django-xmlrpc

0.4.2-2011.08

11.08

linaro-django-xmlrpc download

linaro-django-xmlrpc details

linaro-image-tools

2011.11

11.11

linaro-image-tools download

linaro-image-tools details

linaro-python-dashboard-bundle

1.7.1-2011.11

11.11

linaro-python-dashboard-bundle download

linaro-python-dashboard-bundle details

svammel

2011.09

11.09

svammel download

svammel details

u-boot-linaro

2011.11.2

11.11

u-boot-linaro download

u-boot-linaro details

Power Management Components

Name

Version

Release

Download

Details

power-qa

0.2.1

11.11

linaro-pm-qa download

linaro-pm-qa details

powerdebug

0.6.1-2011.10

11.10

linaro-powerdebug download

linaro-powerdebug details

powertop

1.98-2011.08

11.08

linaro-powertop download

linaro-powertop details

Toolchain Components

Name

Version

Release

Download

Details

cortex-strings*

1.0-2011.09

11.09

cortex-strings download

cortex-strings details

gcc-linaro

4.5-2011.10

11.10

gcc-linaro download

gcc-linaro details

gcc-linaro

4.6-2011.11

11.11

gcc-linaro download

gcc-linaro details

gdb-linaro

7.3-2011.10

11.10

gdb-linaro download

gdb-linaro details

qemu-linaro

0.15.91-2011.11

11.11

qemu-linaro download

qemu-linaro details

(*) component delivered as needed

Developers and Community Builds

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Developers and community builds are not officially supported. However, we hope that they are useful and hence we publish a list of last-known-to-work images and hardware packs.

Name

Version

Release

Instructions

Download for...

Android Mainline

4.0 (ICS)

11.12 preview

here

PandaBoard

Android Staging

4.0 (ICS)

11.12 preview

here

i.MX53,Origen, PandaBoard, Snowball

Android Tracking

4.0 (ICS)

11.12 preview

here

PandaBoard

Android Landing

2.3.7

11.11

here

Snowball

Android Mainline

2.3.7

11.11

here

BeagleBoard, PandaBoard

Android Staging

2.3.7

11.11

here

Versatile Express

Android Tracking

2.3.7

11.11

here

PandaBoard

Nano

Oneiric

11.11

here

BeagleBoard, EFIKA MX, IGEPv2, i.MX51, i.MX53 LoCo, Origen, Overo, PandaBoard, Snowball, Versatile Express

Developer

Oneiric

11.11

here

BeagleBoard, EFIKA MX, IGEPv2, i.MX51, i.MX53 LoCo, Origen, Overo, PandaBoard, Snowball, Versatile Express

ARM Linux Internet Platform (ALIP)

Oneiric

11.11

here

BeagleBoard, EFIKA MX, IGEPv2, i.MX51, i.MX53 LoCo, Origen, Overo, PandaBoard, Snowball, Versatile Express

Server

Oneiric

11.11

here

BeagleBoard, EFIKA MX, IGEPv2, i.MX51, i.MX53 LoCo, Origen, Overo, PandaBoard, Snowball, Versatile Express

Known Issues

Bug

Description

Affected

Board(s)

753878

Ubuntu image - icons and parts of screen disappear with Origen

779801

[compiz] broken window decorator with unity-window-decorator

823313

Android LEB fails to mount system and user partition interminttently

843628

perf failure on panda (omap4)

859886

Bluetooth does not work on Origen

877572

Audio recording works only once on panda

880209

HW accelerated graphics doesn't work on snowball

880210

Audio doesn't work on snowball

880423

Suspend does not work on Samsung Origen

880437

Origen: wireless driver, ath6kl, is not loaded automatically

880463

When iMX53 boots up I see "SD card safe to remove"

880840

Panda: lack of hw video decoding support

881585

Quickstart oneiric totem video playback is very poor: lack of hw video decoder

883244

imx53 oneiric compiz fails to run: lack of gles drivers

885960

SD card writing very slow

889844

Audio on HDMI is not working on trackin-panda

892837

staging-panda and tracking-panda do not come up with the right resolution

893249

[regression] no audio on quickstart with 11.11

893402

[regression] sound not working on panda with lt-omap at 11.11

893538

Poor graphics with 2011.11 lt-panda hwpack

893566

[regression] TI LT kernel only sees 638MB of RAM out of 1GB on the PandaBoard with device tree

894073

[regression] No DVI output on the PandaBoard with kernel 3.1.0-1402-linaro-lt-omap

When filling new bugs, please check if it's not yet reported. You can use:

Workarounds

Android

  • (none).

Ubuntu

  • 890185 it was decided to enable a default password on images. They now use the password "linaro" for the linaro account. Auto login behavior for the serial cons as well as the graphical cons via lightdm for those images that use it should be otherwise

unchanged.

linaro-image-tools

  • (none).

Where To Find More Information

More information on Linaro can be found on our website.

Feedback and Support

Subscribe to the important Linaro mailing lists and join our IRC channels to stay on top of Linaro developments.

   #linaro
   #linaro-android
  • Bug reports should be filed in Launchpad against the individual packages that are affected. If a suitable package cannot be identified, feel free to assign them to Linaro project.

  • Questions? ask Linaro.

  • Interested in commercial support? inquire at Linaro support <support AT linaro DOT org>

- Announcement

Subject: Linaro 11.11 released
To: Linaro Announce

The Linaro Team is pleased to announce the release of Linaro 11.11, another
of Linaro’s releases delivered on a monthly cadence.This release includes
components delivered by all Linaro Teams: Working Groups, Landing Teams and
Platform Teams. Some outstanding effort has gone into delivering a lot
of exciting updates and features integrated on top of Android and Ubuntu.

Up to now, this reads like a normal monthly release announcement, but wasn’t
there something special??? Yes!

We had Android Ice Cream Sandwich for the world this month and the Android
Team worked hard to deliver a sneak preview of early alpha ICS images for our 4
primary development targets!

The Release Team notes that this is a remarkable achievement and congratulates
the Linaro Android Team for this effort that showed how agile that
team is set up
to accommodate engineering plan mid-month and get these builds up and out
within 10 days. Check out our ICS running on Snowball. Video available on
youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MQOKPLg3ARE.

If you don’t want to read the rest of this announcement but want to
get started on our ICS builds, please go to our download mirror directly,
download the bits and follow our easy install instructions that you
will find there:

   http://releases.linaro.org/11.11/android/images-ics-preview

Obviously, Linaro continued to deliver great stuff outside of those Android ICS
builds. So here are the big items that the Release Team has selected to feature
this time:

The Android rockstars delivered ICS preview builds but did not detour from their
initially stated release goals. Among them we have an upgraded Android LEB
based off Android 2.3.7 that comes again with all optimizations and
bleeding edge Linaro toolchain integration. Other Android builds
showcase a first
release for Versatile Express using the Linaro ARM LT kernel, a NEON optimized
libpng, preliminary DS-5 support and a host of bug fixes and enhancement's to
existing support.

The Linaro Ubuntu LEB now supports officially the PandaBoard ES and features
PandaBoard's USB booting with U-Boot USB-SPL. The developer story was
improved with updated ARM DS-5 packages. Source and debug packages for all
Linaro's kernel flavors are now available. Additionally, Firefox can now be
cross-built using multi-arch. Instructions are available from

 http://wiki.linaro.org/Platform/DevPlatform/CrossCompile/FirefoxCrossCompile.

The Infrastructure Team rolled out our new git mirroring approach to
our android cloud build service that uses a seed approach. With that, we noticed
considerable speedup in total build time for android builds as well as
a massive
improvement with regard to scalability as the load put on git-daemons that can
be quite inefficient is minimized due to this improvement. On top
Infrastructure
released an update to status.linaro.org that connects engineering with roadmap
planning using the well known status.linaro.org approach.

The Graphics team has added a new benchmark for bump-mapping for glmark2.
Bump-mapping is a technique for simulating bumps and wrinkles on the surface of
an object. This improvement is coming along side LAVA test cases that improve
glmark2 support for automated testing and in particular support
bump-mapping now.

Linux Linaro 3.1-2011.11 release includes a fresh rebase of Linaro
improvements to the v3.1.1 mainline kernel and features LPAE support,
Samsung Exynos cpuidle,sched_mc optimization, and a fix for mmap
greater than 2GB. The Kernel WG has also enabled eCryptFS in Linaro and
Android kernel defconfigs.

Some highlights for the Multimedia team are that Speex was released on Linaro
Ubuntu evaluation build with NEON optimisation patches, libpng v1.5
was released with additional patches to allow NEON auto-detection, and
libjpeg-turbo is now built with compatibility for libjpeg8.

The Validation Team started to land the new LAVA user interface and navigation,
with a shiny Linaro theme. Under the hood, LAVA infrastructure has been
upgraded, including network improvements and more memory to better serve its
increasing users base.

Full details of this release, including detailed release highlights
and known issues, can be found on the release pages of our Wiki.

We encourage everybody to use the 11.11 release. The download links for all
images and components are available on our downloads page:

 http://www.linaro.org/downloads/

See the detailed highlights of this release to get an overview of what has been
accomplished by the Working Groups, Landing Teams and Platform Teams.

The release details are linked from the "Details" column for each
released artifact on the release information:

 http://wiki.linaro.org/Cycles/1111/Release#Release_Information

For better support and tracking the hardware sanity of our supported boards, we
now publish a board support status with each monthly release. The results for
Linaro 11.10 are available here:

 Android: http://wiki.linaro.org/Cycles/1111/BoardSupport/Android
 Ubuntu: http://wiki.linaro.org/Cycles/1111/BoardSupport/Ubuntu

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:

 http://wiki.linaro.org/Platform/Android/ImageInstallation

If you are interested in getting the source and building these images yourself
please see the following pages:

 http://wiki.linaro.org/Platform/Android/GetSource
 http://wiki.linaro.org/Platform/Android/BuildSource

Using the Ubuntu-based images
==========================

The Ubuntu-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:

 http://wiki.linaro.org/Platform/DevPlatform/Ubuntu/ImageInstallation

Getting involved
=============

More information on Linaro can be found on our websites:

   Homepage: http://www.linaro.org
   Wiki: http://wiki.linaro.org

Also subscribe to the important Linaro mailing lists and join our IRC
channels to
stay on top of Linaro developments:

   Announcements:
   http://lists.linaro.org/mailman/listinfo/linaro-announce

   Development:
   http://lists.linaro.org/mailman/listinfo/linaro-dev

   IRC:
   #linaro on irc.linaro.org or irc.freenode.net
   #linaro-android irc.linaro.org or irc.freenode.net

Known issues with this release
=========================

For any errata issues, please see:
http://wiki.linaro.org/Cycles/1111/Release#Known_Issues

Bug reports for this release should be filed in Launchpad against the
individual packages that are affected. If a suitable package cannot be
identified, feel free to assign them to: http://www.launchpad.net/linaro

--
David Zinman
Linaro Release Manager | Project Manager
Linaro.org | Open source software for ARM SoCs

Cycles/1111/Release (last modified 2011-11-24 23:29:35)