Release Information

Action is the foundational key to all success.~Pablo Picasso

We are pleased to announce the release of Linaro 12.01. Linaro engineers worked tirelessly on this release to bring hardware accelerated video decoding that is fully supported on the Texas Instruments PandaBoard to users. A set top box based image with the award-winning XBMC media center and enablement for Ubuntu TV are also featured.

Ricardo Salveti, team lead for the Developer Platform at Linaro, details these successful achievements in the following blog posts:

Linaro 12.01 contains components delivered by all Linaro Teams --Working Groups, Landing Teams and Platform Teams-- and brings an abundance of exciting updates and new features which are integrated on top of Android and Ubuntu.

In addition to these highlights and improvements delivered by Linaro engineers, the following updates and features are also available:

  • The Multimedia Working Group announces the completion of benchmarking work for Speex codec on Linaro Automated Validation Architecture (LAVA) and an updated version of libjpeg-turbo for Linaro Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS), with ICS specific upstream optimizations backported. The team also notes that Android skia-bench numbers have been improved through further optimization of commonly used libjpeg-turbo code paths with results available here.

  • The Toolchain Working Group now provides pre-built binary versions of Linaro GCC, Linaro GDB and binutils. These binary versions work under generic Linux and Windows and can be used by an end developer to cross-compile programs for either a Linaro Evaluation Build or a bare-metal target.
  • ST-Ericsson Snowball updates for this release include graphics acceleration with the Mali 400 GPU on Linaro Ubuntu, supports in Linaro U-Boot, and runs test suite on Linaro Android with LAVA.

- Highlights of this release

  • Android

    • Linaro's ICS has been upgraded to 4.0.3.
    • Linaro Android ICS builds are now optimized using -O3 with the Linaro Toolchain.
    • Click through builds now work with LAVA.
    • Many parts of Linaro Android 4.x can be built without the -fno-strict-aliasing compiler flag.
    • The monthly toolchain benchmark in LAVA has been updated.
  • Developer Platform

    • Basic Graphics, WIFI and Bluetooth enablement tests are now available for LAVA
    • Landing Team packaged LEB kernels for Freescale, Samsung and Snowball are now generated in a CI loop, available at http://ci.linaro.org

    • U-Boot-Linaro now supports Snowball, and it's based on the 2011.12 u-boot release.
    • Linaro now offers a new community supported reference image that provides set top box like capability. The image is called linaro-tv and provides the award-winning XBMC media player and entertainment hub for digital media enabled by default.
    • PandaBoard LT HWPack now supports hardware accelerated video decoding, supporting Gstreamer and enabling both XBMC and Ubuntu TV to be fully accelerated.

    • An official sysroot, based on Ubuntu LEB, is now available for people to use with the cross toolchain.
    • Cross-buildd running automatic cross-builds of uploads to Ubuntu 12.04 (Precise) and Debian Sid (unstable) using sbuild.
  • Infrastructure

    • http://status.linaro.org has been redesigned to give a clearer impression of the Linaro roadmap, milestone and quarterly progress.

    • EULA acceptance has been added to our continuous integration scripts.
    • status.linaro.org lane views show a high level progress indicator for a quarter with blueprints delivered vs. planned
    • Seeded builds set up to work in production mode now.
  • Graphics

    • glmark2: work completed during 12.01 aimed to support running each benchmark in a fresh GL context (use --reuse-context to rever to the old behaviour of using the same context for all benchmarks), and adding an option to show a live fps counter on the screen (--show-fps). For Android the crash on platforms not supporting glMapBufferOES was fixed, and some minor updates were implemented to allow logging of the glmark2 score when finishing, or logging an error message if it fails to find a suitable EGLContext. Android glmark2 also received various stability improvements.
    • unity/nux/compiz: No new features were added and focus remained on ensuring that the current code works with upstream and desktop. Ricardo Salveti maintains a log of the actions and constraints in https://wiki.linaro.org/WorkingGroups/Middleware/Graphics/Unity3D from which the following excerpt comes:

      • For Nux: GLES 2 branch is already merged upstream and lp:nux should be the reference when building and testing for GLES
      • For Unity3d: Branch lp:~linaro-graphics-wg/unity/linaro-gles2 should be used until it's merged upstream, seems it's not yet merged because it depends on the Compiz version from Linaro. There are several issues which Alexandros Frantzis has outlined (black border around windows - should be fixed soon by a patch from Frederic Plourdes, orange rectangles that are drawn from the grid plugin when one tries to place a window to the left half or to the right half or to fullscreen is completely opaque instead of translucent and finally, the expo plugin, neither the background of each virtual desktop, nor the glow is drawn (all is black)).
      • For Compiz: this still needs to be merged upstream, current tree is tracked by branch lp:~linaro-graphics-wg/compiz-core/linaro-gles2 for compiz core, lp:~linaro-graphics-wg/compiz-plugins-main/linaro-gles2 for plugins. libcompizconfig needs a rebuild after new compiz is installed (because of the ABI bump at Compiz).
      • For UMM: dma-buf - the buffer sharing mechanism for Linux kernel drivers - has been incorporated into Linus Torvalds' tree.
  • Kernel

    • Forward progress on upstreaming of Android codebase. Greg KH has pulled the core functionality into drivers/staging; John Stultz and Anton Vornostov are actively working on changes to fully integrate ashmem and lowmem killer into the main codebase.
    • eMMC4.5 Data Tag feature pushed upstream by Saugata Das
    • Linus Walleij' pinmux code merged upstream and several iterations of pin state and pinconfig patches reviewed. DT bindings for pin mux descriptions moving forward with input from Dong Aisheng and Shawn Guo.
    • Large number of driver updates for Samsung drivers from Thomas Abraham for adding DT support.
    • Kernel release transitioned from Nicolas Pitre to Andrey Konovalov.
  • Multimedia

  • Power Management

    • Schemd_mc
      • Continued testing and /improving sched_mc, will consolidate the results after integration of an smp cpuidle driver on PandaBoard is done by TILT and OMAP upstream.

      • Continued discussion with Paul McKenney about the scheduler, how to improve the scheduler for Power savings. A mini-summit is scheduled at next Connect for this purpose.

    • Common cpuidle
      • Continued working on moving cpuidle code from arch/arm to the drivers/cpuidle directory. Russell King, Arnd Bergmann and Daniel Lezcano seem in agreement on how to do it. Daniel Lezcano provided new assembly routine and Worked on the standby function for at91 factoring out the code.
      • Continued cleaning up Arm cpuidle and make a generic common cpuidle driver framework, so all platforms can use it.
    • Common Clock
      • Working on V5 of Common Clk framework, there has been continued discussion on the list which has been affecting recent design decisions.
      • Continued porting omap clocks over to the new common clk framework.
    • Thermal Driver
      • Integrated Samsung Thermal Driver with Linaro-kernel
      • Submitted 3 versions of Thermal driver patch for i.MX6 Freescale, working on v4
      • Submitted a patch that uses the temperature information in thermal layer to generate some useful information like temperature drop per cooling state.
    • hrtimer
      • Submitted a patch to implement core high-res timers feature to return time spent in usleep_range()
  • Toolchain

    • Mainly bug fix releases.
    • Pre-built binaries for Linaro GCC and Linaro GDB.
  • Validation

    • Automatic validation is now running a recording on the results that GLMark2 runs on Linaro Android builds.
    • LAVA Android Test runs Android Compatibility Test Suite (CTS) on Linaro Android.
    • LAVA Test documentation now contains a list of supported tests.
    • LAVA now runs Android testing on Snowball boards.
    • LAVA test jobs can now specify the filesystem to use for the rootfs.

Getting Started

Download the images for Linaro 12.01 supported platforms and follow the instructions for installing the image on your device.

Evaluation Builds (preview/LEBs)

Version

Release

Instructions

Download for...

Details

Status

Portal/IDB/icon-android-button-128x64.png

4.0.3

12.01

here

i.MX53*
Origen
PandaBoard
Snowball

linaro-android details

i.MX53
Origen
PandaBoard
Snowball

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

Oneiric

12.01

here

i.MX53*
Origen*
PandaBoard
Snowball

linaro-ubuntu details

i.MX53
Origen
PandaBoard
Snowball

(*) preview build; not officially supported yet

Developers and Community Builds

IconsPage/icon-warning-32x32.png

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...

Portal/IDB/icon-android-logo-24x24.png

Android Mainline

4.0.3

12.01

here

PandaBoard

Portal/IDB/icon-android-logo-24x24.png

Android Staging

4.0.3

12.01

here

PandaBoard, Versatile Express

Portal/IDB/icon-android-logo-24x24.png

Android Tracking

4.0.3

12.01

here

PandaBoard

Portal/IDB/icon-linux-logo-24x24.png

Nano

Oneiric

12.01

here

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

Portal/IDB/icon-linux-logo-24x24.png

Developer

Oneiric

12.01

here

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

Portal/IDB/icon-linux-logo-24x24.png

ARM Linux Internet Platform (ALIP)

Oneiric

12.01

here

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

Portal/IDB/icon-linux-logo-24x24.png

Linaro TV - XBMC

Oneiric

12.01

here

PandaBoard

Portal/IDB/icon-linux-logo-24x24.png

Server

Oneiric

12.01

here

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

Portal/IDB/icon-ubuntu-circle-24x24.png

Ubuntu Desktop

Oneiric

12.01

here

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

Android Components

Name

Version

Release

Download

android-toolchain

4.6-2012.01

12.01

android-toolchain download

aosp software rendering patches

2011.12

11.12

aosp software rendering patches download

ics gcc 4.6 patches

4.6-2011.12

11.12

ics gcc 4.6 patches 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

2011.12

11.12

glcompbench download

glcompbench details

glew

1.7.0-2011.10

11.10

glew download

glew details

glmark2

2012.01

12.01

glmark2 download

glmark2 details

glproxy

2011.12

11.12

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

3.2-2012.01

12.01

linux-linaro download

linux-linaro details

u-boot-linaro

2012.01.1

12.01

u-boot-linaro download

u-boot-linaro details

Landing Teams Components

Name

Version

Release

Download

Details

linux-linaro-android-lt-arm

3.2-2012.01

12.01

linux-linaro-android-lt-arm download

linux-linaro-lt-arm details

linux-linaro-android-lt-samsung

3.2-2011.12

11.12

linux-linaro-lt-samsung download

linux-linaro-lt-samsung details

linux-linaro-android-lt-st-ericsson

3.2-2012.01

11.12

linux-linaro-lt-st-ericsson download

linux-linaro-lt-st-ericsson details

linux-linaro-android-lt-ti

3.2-2012.01

12.01

linux-linaro-android-lt-ti download

linux-linaro-android-lt-ti details

linux-linaro-lt-arm

3.2-2012.01

12.01

linux-linaro-lt-arm download

linux-linaro-lt-arm details

linux-linaro-lt-freescale

3.1-2011.12

11.12

linux-linaro-lt-freescale download

linux-linaro-lt-freescale details

linux-linaro-lt-samsung

3.2-2011.12

11.12

linux-linaro-lt-samsung download

linux-linaro-lt-samsung details

linux-linaro-lt-st-ericsson

3.2-2012.01

11.12

linux-linaro-lt-st-ericsson download

linux-linaro-lt-st-ericsson details

linux-linaro-lt-ti

3.2-2012.01

12.01

linux-linaro-lt-ti download

linux-linaro-lt-ti details

Multimedia Components

Name

Version

Release

Download

Details

alsa-lib

1.0.24.1-2011.12

11.12

alsa-lib download

alsa-lib details

alsa-ucm-conf

2011.11

11.11

alsa-ucm-conf download

alsa-ucm-conf details

alsa-ucm-test

0.1-2011.12

11.12

alsa-ucm-test download

alsa-ucm-test 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

1.1-2011.12

11.12

pulseaudio-ucm download

pulseaudio-ucm details

samplemedia test content

2011.10

11.10

samplemedia test content download

samplemedia test content details

speex

2011.12

11.12

speex for Android download

speex details

Platform Components

lava-android-test

0.0.10-2012.01

12.01

lava-android-test download

lava-android-test details

lava-dashboard

0.11.1-2012.01

12.01

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-deployment-tool

0.2-2012.01

12.01

lava-deployment-tool download

lava-deployment-tool details

lava-dispatcher

0.4.2-2012.01

12.01

lava-dispatcher download

lava-dispatcher details

lava-kernel-ci-views

0.3.3-2012.01

12.01

lava-kernel-ci-views download

lava-kernel-ci-views details

lava-scheduler

0.7.1-2012.01

12.01

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

0.9-2012.01

12.01

lava-server download

lava-server details

lava-test

0.3.3-2012.01

12.01

lava-test download

lava-test details

lava-tool

0.3-2011.12

11.12

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

2012.01

12.01

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

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

4.5-2012.01

12.01

gcc-linaro download

gcc-linaro details

gcc-linaro

4.6-2012.01

12.01

gcc-linaro download

gcc-linaro details

gdb-linaro

7.3-2011.12

11.12

gdb-linaro download

gdb-linaro details

qemu-linaro

1.0.50-2012.01

12.01

qemu-linaro download

qemu-linaro details

(*) component delivered as needed

We provide pre-built versions of Linaro GCC and Linaro GDB that target either a Linaro Evaluation Build or a bare-metal target.

Name

Version

Release

Instructions

Download

Details

linaro-toolchain-binaries

4.6-2012.01

12.01

here

Linux
Windows
Source

linaro-toolchain-binaries details

More interested in bare-metal and long-term maintained releases for ARM embedded processors? We're working with ARM to also supply a Cortex-R and Cortex-M bare-metal build. Major releases will be made once a year with quarterly update releases. Releases will be maintained for two years.

Name

Version

Release

Download

Details

gcc-arm-none-eabi

4.6-20111208

11.12

Linux
Windows
Source 1/2
Source 2/2

gcc-arm-none-eabi details

Known Issues

859995

ADB over USB doesn't work on i.MX53

Android

i.MX53

862783

Android support to webcams (UVC based)

Android

880175

No HW Gfx on Upstream Panda Build

Android

PandaBoard

880210

Audio doesn't work on snowball

Android

Snowball

880423

Suspend does not work on Samsung Origen

Android

Origen

880469

HW graphics acceleration does not work on iMX53

Android

i.MX53

887971

Origen : Tethering over Bluetooth/WiFi/USB missing in ICS

Android

Origen

888025

Hardware accelerated Audio support missing

Android

Snowball

893000

DVI out port is not working with staging-panda or tracking-panda

Android

PandaBoard

893185

vexpress-a9: USB mass storage doesn't work

Android

Versatile Express

893249

[regression] no audio on quickstart with 11.11

Ubuntu

i.MX53

893402

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

Ubuntu

PandaBoard

894073

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

Ubuntu

PandaBoard

894389

SGX driver failing on ICS on tracking-panda

Android

PandaBoard

900494

BT doesn't work on ICS on Panda

Android

PandaBoard

901195

Black screen shows up after launched Angry Bird

Android

Origen

906312

resume fails on mainline panda build

Android

PandaBoard

906344

vexpress-a9: ICS: Suspend-Resume doesn't work

Android

Versatile Express

906345

0xbenchmark stopped when select "Native" test suite to run

Android

906354

gallery app does not show thumbnail on panda

Android

PandaBoard

906371

Snowball: Menu in lower right corner does not work on landing snowball

Android

Snowball

906762

[regression] Origen: HDMI doesn't work with 3.2 kernel

Ubuntu

Origen

908082

vexpress-a9: Video playback fails in Gallery app

Android

Versatile Express

910758

Panda: Resume failing on tracking-panda build

Android

PandaBoard

916014

glmark2 crashed on tracking-panda#145

Android

PandaBoard

919043

landing-panda and aosp-panda don't boot with linaro-uboot

Android

PandaBoard

919148

snowball: 0xbench native test fails to run to completion

Android

Snowball

920372

0xbenchmark crashes on vexpress-a9

Android

Versatile Express

920395

Email App on fails to work on panda

Android

PandaBoard

920523

The default Ethernet Device name on iMX53 should be eth0

Android

i.MX53

920526

Resume fails on Snowball

Android

Snowball

920550

USB SD card export not working

Android

920733

No gatord on Origen

Android

Origen

920846

[regression] playbin can't play video using sw decode after enabling TI specific patches

Ubuntu

PandaBoard

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

Workarounds

Android

  • 920733 [Origen] It is possible to start the daemon gatord manually. It is present but not started.

  • [Versatile Express] the image supports Versatile Express A5 and A9.

Ubuntu

  • [Snowball] Due to old U-Boot environment, the mali graphics will not work due to a memory overlap. Please flash the latest Ubuntu image to get a compatible U-Boot or edit argument "hwmem=168M@M160M" to be changed to "hwmem=168M@160M".

  • [Versatile Express] the image supports Versatile Express A5 and A9.

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 12.01 released
To: Linaro Announce

"Action is the foundational key to all success." ~Pablo Picasso

We are pleased to announce the release of Linaro 12.01. Linaro engineers worked
tirelessly on this release to bring hardware accelerated video decoding that is
fully supported on the Texas Instruments PandaBoard to users. A set top box
based image with the award-winning XBMC media center and enablement for Ubuntu
TV are also featured.

Ricardo Salveti, team lead for the Developer Platform at Linaro, details these
successful achievements in the following blog posts:

 * Ubuntu TV fully accelerated on a PandaBoard with Ubuntu LEB
   http://rsalveti.wordpress.com/2012/01/16/ubuntu-tv-fully-accelerated-on-a-pandaboard-with-ubuntu-leb/ 
 * Ubuntu TV UI on PandaBoard, and next steps
   http://rsalveti.wordpress.com/2012/01/10/ubuntu-tv-ui-at-pandaboard-and-next-steps/
 * Hardware video decode and XBMC support on a PandaBoard with Ubuntu LEB
   http://rsalveti.wordpress.com/2012/01/06/hw-video-decode-and-xbmc-ubuntu-linaro/

Linaro 12.01 contains components delivered by all Linaro Teams -Working Groups,
Landing Teams and Platform Teams- and brings an abundance of exciting updates
and new features which are integrated on top of Android and Ubuntu.

In addition to these highlights and improvements delivered by Linaro engineers,
the following updates and features are also available:

 * The Multimedia Working Group announces the completion of benchmarking work
   for Speex codec on Linaro Automated Validation Architecture (LAVA) and an
   updated version of libjpeg-turbo for Linaro Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS), with
   ICS specific upstream optimizations backported. The team also notes that
   Android skia-bench numbers have been improved through further optimization
   of commonly used libjpeg-turbo code paths with results available here.
 * The Toolchain Working Group now provides pre-built binary versions of Linaro
   GCC, Linaro GDB and binutils. These binary versions work under generic Linux
   and Windows and can be used by an end developer to cross-compile programs
   for either a Linaro Evaluation Build or a bare-metal target.
 * ST-Ericsson Snowball updates for this release include graphics acceleration
   with the Mali 400 GPU on Linaro Ubuntu, supports in Linaro U-Boot, and runs
   test suite on Linaro Android with LAVA.

We encourage everybody to use the 12.01 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/1201/Release#Release_Information

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/1201/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

--
Fathi Boudra, on behalf of the Release Team
Linaro Release Manager | Validation Project Manager
Linaro.org | Open source software for ARM SoCs

Cycles/1201/Release (last modified 2012-02-06 16:51:56)