Release Information

“Excellence is the Result of Caring more than others think is Wise, Risking more than others think is Safe, Dreaming more than others think is Practical, and Expecting more than others think is Possible.” ~ Ronnie Oldham

We are pleased to announce the release of Linaro 12.03.

Linaro 12.03 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. We, together with our members, partners and community continue to build future of Linux on ARM and the 12.03 release is one more step toward that future.

During the 12.03 release cycle, the Linaro Toolchain Working Group announced the 12.03 release of both Linaro GCC 4.6 and Linaro GCC 4.5. Linaro GCC 4.6 12.03 is the thirteenth release in the 4.6 series and is based off the latest GCC 4.6.3 release; it contains a new scheduler pressure pass, implements new instructions, and contains a number of bug fixes. Linaro GCC 4.5 12.03 is the nineteenth release in the 4.5 series and is based off the latest GCC 4.5.3+svn184976 release; this is a maintenance only update. Additionally, the Linaro Toolchain Working Group annouced the release of Linaro QEMU 12.03 which is based off upstream (trunk) QEMU, it includes a number of ARM-focused bug fixes and enhancements.

The Linaro Multimedia Working Group during the 12.03 Linaro release cycle added updates to the following: pulseaudio and alsa, initial source code only drop of TinyHal, libav AAC optimization and Speex for Android and Linux.

The Graphics Working Group also announced its contributions to the 12.03 release adding updates and improvements to the following components: glmark2, glcompbench, glproxy, nux and Unity.

Pre-built release images for the Android and Ubuntu LEBs are currently available with each of the Linaro monthly releases; however, new with the Linaro 12.03 release is that now developers can get daily pre-builds of the Ubuntu LEB which will be based on the current release of Ubuntu. Pre-built images can be found at snapshots.linaro.org.

"The introduction of prebuilt images for Linaro's daily output will widen the reach of Linaro's integrated evaluation builds. One advantage to the availability of these daily builds is that it gives professionals using Windows and MacOSX the opportunity to more easily install these images using the standard tools which are commonly available in these environments", says Alexander Sack, Technical Director, Linaro Platforms.

Linaro Member Services Program Director, Vicky Janicki, says “Pre-built images save time and effort for our Members and their customers as a starting point for their work. Instead of hunting in different places for code, images, and working out licensing agreements, an engineer simply goes to the Linaro download site knowing all the pieces will work together. The engineer now has access to a current Linux kernel in less than 10 minutes.”

- Highlights of this release

  • Android

    • Linaro Android has support for DS-5 v. 5.9.
    • Hardware accelerated Multimedia is now integrated on Origen.
    • EEMBC, denbench and coremark have been ported to Android and are running in LAVA.
    • android.net ConnectivityManager unit tests have been built and integrated in all builds.

    • Hardware decode of H264 and MPEG4, 1080P and 30 FPS is enabled on Origen.
    • Origen now has 1080p HDMI Graphics and Video Support.
    • Android runs on A15, A7 and A15/A7 fast models.
    • ARM's big.LITTLE has been tested running Android using a set of unit tests.
    • Pre-built image kernels can now be swapped out easily for most boards.
    • A script, derived from the build itself gets posted to the build page for people to download and run to reproduce the build.
    • Superfluous build specific branches have been removed.
    • Bluetooth and WIFI is working on Snowball.
  • Developer Platform

    • Ubuntu LEB (as beta for 12.03) is now also available with armhf based images. See http://snapshots.linaro.org/precise/

    • Ubuntu LEB builds are now pushed directly to LAVA, enabling testing and validation at the moment a new image is generated.
    • Continuous multi-arch enablement on Ubuntu Precise, with 15 packages ported during this release cycle.
    • Users of the live-build image creation tool can now create armhf based images which can run natively on ARM or cross-compiled on an intel machine.
    • Pre-Built Ubuntu LEB images are now provided on a daily basis at snapshots.linaro.org.
    • Developer Platform now supports A15, A15/A7ARM Fast Models, with kernel packages and hwpacks available that are fully compatible with ARM Fast Models.
    • big.LITTLE ARM Reference Switcher has been validated and tested with the Ubuntu based rootfs on ARM Fast Model.
    • Linaro Toolchain Backports PPA now includes the latest version of the cross-compiling toolchain packages available on Ubuntu, with support for the Lucid (10.04) and Oneiric (11.10) releases.
    • Ubuntu LEB based sysroots are now generated automatically at ci.linaro.org.
    • Packaged Kernel CI (Continuous Integration) now includes the 3.2 and 3.3 based kernel packages for all the Linaro Landing Team development trees.
    • Final XBMC 11 Eden release is now available on the Overlay PPA and at the Linaro-TV XBMC images.
    • Contributions of more than 30 package uploads to Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Precise Pangolin release (now in beta).
  • Infrastructure

    • Now provides ability for CI, android-build and ubuntu-build to easily and securely push files to snapshots to linaro.org.
      • Any build service (android-build, ci, ubuntu-build) with the access to appropriate private SSH keys can push files to snapshots.linaro.org web area and put them into their final destination.
    • Added support for native work items in Launchpad.
      • Launchpad parses/validates work items entered by users and stores them in a structured way in its database.
      • Work items are now a separate editable field from the whiteboard making blueprints more easily parsed.
  • Graphics

    • glmark2 improvements and updates include:
      • Offscreen rendering support using framebuffer objects.
      • New command line switch to allow selection of end-of-frame method.
    • glcompbench improvements and updates include:
      • New 'blur' test.
      • Updated glproxy support.
    • glproxy includes enhanced selection of EGL vs. GLX based upon new detection API.
    • Unity3D compiz (core and plugins-main) updated to current trunk revision.
  • Kernel

    • Samsung's UFS patches merged upstream into 3.4 kernel after intial review and feedback from Kernel Working Group (KWG) storage team.
    • Pinmux feature complete and device tree bindings almost completed. Member platform support progressing well.
    • Forward progress continues in support for eMMC4.5 features, including several patches upstreamed.
  • Multimedia

    • Updated pulseaudio / alsa-lib including : Audio jack detection, new UCM configs for iMX6, Origen, and Snowball.
    • Initial source code only drop of TinyHal (aka UCM for Android) with support for Pandaboard.

    • libav AAC optimization complete improving software playback more than 2x on a8 but less than 2x on A9.
    • Speex for Android & Linux now includes NEON detection.

    • live-build updated to version (does a version # need to be added?) which includes : armhf support both native ARM and cross-compile, support for multistrap (and using the Linaro overlay as part of the bootstrap), support for build meta information.
  • Power Management

    • Landed cpuidle enablement for member platforms.
      • Timekeeping code consolidation.
      • New cpuidle drivers for u8500 and i.MX6
      • Optimisations for exynos cpuidle driver.
    • Common struck clock was accepted for 3.4 kernel merge.
    • Cpuidle timekeeping consolidation work was accepted for 3.4 kernel merge.
    • Working on community feedback on common cpufreq cooling device for thermal management.
  • Toolchain

    • The compiler now accounts for register pressure when scheduling instructions. This fixes many of the regressions seen in the past when using the vectoriser and some of the deeper optimisations. The backend now implements the ARM saturation and fixed to floating point instructions. These improvements were found when working on libav with the Linaro Multimedia Working Group during Linaro Connect Q1.12.
    • This month saw the upstream release of GCC 4.7.0. Our new work is already focused on Linaro GCC 4.7 with Linaro GCC 4.6 going into maintenance and Linaro GCC 4.5 going end of life. The first Linaro GCC 4.7 release will come out as part of next month’s 2012.04 bundle.
    • QEMU adds support for passing Device Tree blobs to the kernel. Interesting upstream improvements include new Samsung Exynos4210 and Calxeda Highbank models.
    • There is now GDB release for this month. We’re currently investigating first class upstream support for cross debugging Android NDK applications.
  • Validation

    • LAVA can now do complex and long computations in the background if necessary.
    • LAVA Dispatcher can now be distributed to other machines using rabbitmq and celery.
    • Groups in LAVA can now be managed using Launchpad.
    • Added support for custom android command to users.
    • There is a lab health page showing every board health status on lava-server, available on http://validation.linaro.org/lava-server/scheduler/labhealth/.

    • LAVA now supports running access restricted jobs in the scheduler.

Getting Started

Download the images for Linaro 12.03 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

12.03

here

i.MX53*
Origen
PandaBoard
Snowball

linaro-android details

i.MX53
Origen
PandaBoard
Snowball

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

Oneiric

12.03

here

Origen*
PandaBoard
Snowball

linaro-ubuntu details

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

4.0.3

12.03

here

i.MX6, Versatile Express

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

Nano

Oneiric

12.03

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

12.03

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

12.03

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

12.03

here

Snowball, PandaBoard

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

Server

Oneiric

12.03

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

12.03

here

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

Android Components

Name

Version

Release

Download

android-toolchain (Gingerbread, ICS)

4.6-2012.02

12.02

android-toolchain download

android-toolchain 4.7 preview (ICS)

4.7-2012.03

12.03

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

0.9.7.0+bzr20120321.2012.03

12.03

compiz download

compiz details

compiz-plugins

0.9.7.0+bzr20120321.2012.03

12.03

compiz-plugins download

compiz-plugins details

glcompbench

2012.03

12.03

glcompbench download

glcompbench details

glew

1.7.0-2011.10

11.10

glew download

glew details

glmark2

2012.03

12.03

glmark2 download

glmark2 details

glproxy

2012.02

12.02

glproxy download

glproxy details

libmatrix

2012.02

12.02

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

5.0

12.02

unity download

unity details

Kernel Components

Name

Version

Release

Download

Details

linux-linaro

3.3-rc3-2012.03

12.03

linux-linaro download

linux-linaro details

u-boot-linaro

2012.02.2

12.02

u-boot-linaro download

u-boot-linaro details

Landing Teams Components

Name

Version

Release

Download

Details

linux-linaro-android-lt-arm

3.2-2012.03

12.03

linux-linaro-android-lt-arm download

linux-linaro-lt-arm details

linux-linaro-android-lt-samsung

3.2-2012.03

12.03

linux-linaro-lt-samsung download

linux-linaro-lt-samsung details

linux-linaro-android-lt-st-ericsson

3.2-2012.02

12.02

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

3.2-2012.03

12.03

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

3.2-2012.03

12.03

linux-linaro-lt-samsung download

linux-linaro-lt-samsung details

linux-linaro-lt-st-ericsson

3.2-2012.02

12.02

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

1.0.24.1-2012.03

12.03

alsa-lib download

alsa-lib details

alsa-ucm-conf

2012.03

12.03

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

1.2-2012.02

12.02

libjpeg-turbo download

libjpeg-turbo details

pulseaudio-ucm

1.1-2012.02

12.02

pulseaudio-ucm download

pulseaudio-ucm details

samplemedia test content

2011.10

11.10

samplemedia test content download

samplemedia test content details

speex - Ubuntu

2012.03

12.03

speex for Android download

speex details

speex - Android

2012.03

12.03

speex for Android download

speex details

Platform Components

lava bundle

2012.03

12.03

lava bundle download

lava bundle details

lava-android-test

0.1-2012.03

12.03

lava-android-test download

lava-android-test details

lava-dashboard

0.12-2012.03

12.03

lava-dashboard download

lava-dashboard details

lava-dashboard-tool

0.7-2012.03

12.03

lava-dashboard-tool download

lava-dashboard-tool details

lava-deployment-tool

0.3-2012.03

12.03

lava-deployment-tool download

lava-deployment-tool details

lava-dispatcher

0.5.10-2012.03

12.03

lava-dispatcher download

lava-dispatcher details

lava-kernel-ci-views

0.4.0-2012.02

12.02

lava-kernel-ci-views download

lava-kernel-ci-views details

lava-scheduler

0.12-2012.03

12.03

lava-scheduler download

lava-scheduler details

lava-scheduler-tool

0.3-2012.03

12.03

lava-scheduler-tool download

lava-scheduler-tool details

lava-server

0.11-2012.03

12.03

lava-server download

lava-server details

lava-test

0.6-2012.03

12.03

lava-test download

lava-test details

lava-tool

0.4-2012.03

12.03

lava-tool download

lava-tool details

linaro-django-xmlrpc

0.5-2012.02

12.02

linaro-django-xmlrpc download

linaro-django-xmlrpc details

linaro-image-tools

2012.02

12.02

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

4.5-2012.03

12.03

gcc-linaro download

gcc-linaro details

gcc-linaro

4.6-2012.03

12.03

gcc-linaro download

gcc-linaro details

gdb-linaro

7.4-201202

12.02

gdb-linaro download

gdb-linaro details

qemu-linaro

1.0.50-2012.03

12.03

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

4.6-2012.03

12.03

here

Linux
Windows
Windows Installer
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

Bug

Description

Affected

Board(s)

859886

Bluetooth does not work on Origen

Android

Origen

859995

ADB over USB doesn't work on i.MX53

Android

i.MX53

880210

Android Audio doesn't work on Snowball

Android

Snowball

880423

Suspend does not work on Samsung Origen

Origen

880451

Origen: device tree not enabled at Ubuntu

Ubuntu

Origen

887961

Tethering over Bluetooth/WiFi/USB missing in ICS

Android

Snowball

888025

Hardware accelerated Audio playback support missing

Android

Snowball i.MX53

888051

Hardware accelerated Video playback support missing

Android

Snowball i.MX53 Origen

892994

Panda: Audio record and audio playback fails

Android

PandaBoard

893000

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

Android

PandaBoard

894073

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

Ubuntu

PandaBoard

894231

[regression] desktop performance at quickstart is a lot worse with 11.11

Ubuntu

i.MX53

897133

Unable to play youtube videos(ICS)

Android

PandaBoard

897176

SD card not accessible(checked via Gallery app)

Android

PandaBoard

900494

BT doesn't work on ICS on Panda

Android

PandaBoard

906321

Messaging crashes if try to use it

Android

906344

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

Android

Vexpress

910758

Panda: Resume failing on tracking-panda build

Android

PandaBoard

920846

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

Ubuntu

PandaBoard

937392

Wifi does not always work on Samsung Origen

Android

Origen

937849

Pressure sensor (Barometer) lacks correct file permissions in sysfs

Snowball

957077

Snowball fails to boot 20120316 hwpack & ubuntu desktop

Ubuntu

Snowball

966945

iMX6 terribly unstable with 12.03 Ubuntu image

Ubuntu

i.MX6

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

Workarounds

Android

  • (none).

Ubuntu

  • 939593 [Snowball] Choppy playback on Snowball through pulseaudio. Switching pulseaudio from timer based scheduling to interrupt based will work around the issue.

  • 950628 [Snowball] JTAG debug is disabled for old firmware with new SD card image. Please flash the latest Ubuntu image to update firmware/U-Boot.

linaro-image-tools

  • (none).

LAVA

  • 963081 Due to a clash between lava-server < 0.11.1 and lava-utils-interface, you need to remove lava-server prior to installing LAVA 2012.03 bundle.

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

“Excellence is the Result of Caring more than others think is Wise, Risking more than others think is Safe, Dreaming more than others think is Practical, and Expecting more than others think is Possible.” ~ Ronnie Oldham

We are pleased to announce the release of Linaro 12.03.

Linaro 12.03 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. We, together with our members, partners and community continue to build future of Linux on ARM and the 12.03 release is one more step toward that future.

During the 12.03 release cycle, the Linaro Toolchain Working Group announced the 12.03 release of both Linaro GCC 4.6 and Linaro GCC 4.5. Linaro GCC 4.6 12.03 is the thirteenth release in the 4.6 series and is based off the latest GCC 4.6.3 release; it contains a new scheduler pressure pass, implements new instructions, and contains a number of bug fixes. Linaro GCC 4.5 12.03 is the nineteenth release in the 4.5 series and is based off the latest GCC 4.5.3+svn184976 release; this is a maintenance only update. Additionally, the Linaro Toolchain Working Group annouced the release of Linaro QEMU 12.03 which is based off upstream (trunk) QEMU, it includes a number of ARM-focused bug fixes and enhancements.

The Linaro Multimedia Working Group during the 12.03 Linaro release cycle added updates to the following: pulseaudio and alsa, initial source code only drop of TinyHal, libav AAC optimization and Speex for Android and Linux.

The Graphics Working Group also announced its contributions to the 12.03 release adding updates and improvements to the following components: glmark2, glcompbench, glproxy, nux and Unity.

Pre-built release images for the Android and Ubuntu LEBs are currenly available with each of the Linaro monthly releases; however, new with the Linaro 12.03 release is that now developers can get daily pre-builds of the Ubuntu LEB which will be based on the current release of Ubuntu. Pre-built images can be found at snapshots.linaro.org.

"The introduction of prebuilt images for Linaro's daily output will widen the reach of Linaro's integrated evaluation builds. One advantage to the availability of these daily builds is that it gives professionals using Windows and MacOSX the opportunity to more easily install these images using the standard tools which are commonly available in these environments", says Alexander Sack, Technical Director, Linaro Platforms.

Linaro Member Services Program Director, Vicky Janicki, says “Pre-built images save time and effort for our Members and their customers as a starting point for their work. Instead of hunting in different places for code, images, and working out licensing agreements, an engineer simply goes to the Linaro download site knowing all the pieces will work together. The engineer now has access to a current Linux kernel in less than 10 minutes.”

Additional items of interest from the Linaro 12.03 release cycle include:

Registration is now open for the Linaro Connect Q2.12 event being held at the Gold Coast Hotel in Hong Kong from 28 May through 1 June, and brings together some of the best software developers from the Linaro ecosystem to help develop and plan the future of Linux on ARM.

A 'Call for Submissions' for Linaro Connect Q2.12 Plenaries was also announced --Do you have a great idea you would like to present to the Linaro Connect Q2.12 attendees? Want to share a Linaro success story and motivate, inspire, excite or educate attendees? Then this is an opportunity for you to get involved in this Linaro Connect event. More information on how to submit your plenary talk ideas can be found in on the wiki.

We encourage everybody to use the 12.03 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/1202/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:

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/1203/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

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