Linaro 10.11 released

Nov 12, 2010

In a step toward its goal of accelerating Linux on ARM, Linaro releases version 10.11 just six months after announcing the company’s formation.

Earlier this week Linaro released version 10.11, the first public release for the not-for-profit engineering company that aims reduce the development time for Linux on ARM.

TI OMAP3 and ARM Versatile Express platforms are officially supported platforms, with the images for TI OMAP4 Panda Board, IGEPv2, Freescale iMX51 and ST-E U8500 tested and verified.

More information on Linaro and this release can be found on the website.

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