Designing custom hardware, though might seem intimidating at first, can simplify many activities. It solves certain issues, but also raises many others. Paweł will present a fresh approach at providing remote access (including device flashing, debugging and power management) to embedded devices.
This talk will introduce novices to the topic of remote access to the device and previous attempts to do so. Presentation will also introduce components of the new Tizen GNU/Linux distribution’s testing laboratory: Boruta (board farm management system), Weles (LAVA-compatible light testing framework), Perun (binary image testing system) and MuxPi (successor of SD MUX board, showcased during Embedded Linux Conference 2016 in San Diego). It will hopefully encourage discussion on this topic or inspire attendees to try this open hardware design out in their own setups and share feedback on what can be further improved.