Yocto Project aims to standardize embedded Linux builds

While announcing its merger with the Consumer Electronics Linux Forum (CELF) today, the Linux Foundation launched an open source build system project called the Yocto Project. Based on the Poky Linux build system, the CELF- and Intel-driven Yocto Project aims to provide open source tools to help companies make custom, Linux-based embedded systems for ARM, MIPS, PowerPC, and x86 architectures.

Today, the Linux Foundation (LF) and its smaller embedded Linux counterpart, CELF, announced they are merging, with CELF becoming a technical workgroup at the LF. As part of the merger, the LF launched a new embedded Linux “Yocto Project.”

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