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Wednesday, March 25 • 10:00am - 10:50am
Maintaining Multiple Android Linux Kernels at Intel - Mark Gross, Intel

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This is a presentation will provide a view into the Android Kernels actively maintained internal to intel and the challenges we are addressing as we do this work on multiple kernel trees.

It will also spend time explaining how quilt is used to represent the change sets for the Intel kernels maintained internally what the workflow is for the driver developers who don't use quilt is like, why we chose to use quilt over traditional git projects and why we make kernel releases into our Android builds in binary format.

You will learn a little about using quilt and how Intel is controlling the growth in change set complexity of some of its android kernel change sets. Some tips and tricks WRT quilt use will also be presented.

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Mark Gross

Android / (linux) Kernel architect, Intel
Mark works for Intel cooperation in its mobile communications group doing Android integration and debug as well as Linux kernel activities. Mark specialises in power management at the kernel level, and platform integration bring up and debugging in user mode and some performance optimisation activities as well. Mark has worked in the Linux kernel for about 12 years.


Wednesday March 25, 2015 10:00am - 10:50am
Ballroom Salon 3

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