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What’s new? We’re happy to announce the release of v2.5.0, which includes a few new features as well as quality-of-life improvements and minor bug fixes. Here is the change log: Add Yocto variables renaming across a recipe file Add code suggestions for SRC_URI local files Add code suggestions for recipe names in variables (DEPENDS, RDEPENDS, […]

Nuremberg, April 9th, 2024 – In an era where cybersecurity threats are increasingly sophisticated and pervasive, Savoir-faire Linux, a leading provider in open-source technological innovation and software engineering for embedded systems across North America and Europe, is proud to announce the launch of its Cybersecurity professional services tailored specifically for product engineering and embedded systems. […]

Savoir-faire Linux is happy to introduce the v2.4.0 release of the official Yocto Project extension for VS Code. These developments were carried out as part of the investment provided by the Sovereign Tech Fund to the Yocto Project to improves the long-term sustainability of the project by attracting a new generation of developers. The changelog […]

Savoir-faire Linux is proud to introduce the v2.3.0 release of the official Yocto Project extension for VS Code. These developments were carried out as part of the investment provided by the Sovereign Tech Fund to the Yocto Project to improves the long-term sustainability of the project by attracting a new generation of developers. The changelog […]

Savoir-faire Linux is proud to announce the v2.2.0 release of the official Yocto Project extension for VS Code. These developments were carried out as part of the investment provided by the Sovereign Tech Fund to the Yocto Project to improves the long-term sustainability of the project by attracting a new generation of developers. The changelog […]

Power saving has always been a major preoccupation in embedded systems, as by definition, they could have energy constraint. Of course now, energy saving is still on the heart of the discussions. Energy saving is always a set of compromise. In terms of system or peripherals availability, time to wake… In this blog, we will […]

The Yocto Project’s Five-Year Plan The Yocto Project is one of the most successful technologies to build reliable industrial-grade embedded Linux distributions. In order for the project to keep growing, the Sovereign Tech Fund has decided on a Five-Year Plan that shapes its stability and attractiveness for the years to come. These developments were carried […]

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We are delighted to announce our continued collaboration with the Embedded Recipes conference, scheduled for September 28th and 29th at the Biermans Lapotre Foundation in Paris. For its 5th edition this year, we will be participating as a sponsor, delivering an engaging presentation, and having our team on-site to meet and greet you in person! […]

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TL;DR Audio pipelines often use asynchronous devices, which must be synchronized with resampling. Measurements show CPU load of resampling reach almost 30% of a CPU core on an i.MX8M Nano. A possible optimization is to use feedback with USB UAC2 audio gadget. alsaloop already supports it, as Pipewire since a recent version. A sound server […]

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