Linaro 10.11 Final released

Jamie Bennett jamie.bennett at
Wed Nov 10 17:19:58 UTC 2010


The Linaro team is pleased to announce the release of Linaro 10.11.
10.11 is the first public release that brings together the huge amount
of engineering effort that has occurred within Linaro over the past 6
months. In addition to officially supporting the TI OMAP3 (Beagle
Board and Beagle Board XM) and ARM Versatile Express platforms, the
images have been tested and verified on a total of 7 different platforms
including TI OMAP4 Panda Board, IGEPv2, Freescale iMX51 and ST-E U8500.

The advances that have happened in this cycle are numerous but include a
completely rebuilt archive using GCC 4.4.4 and the latest ARM optimised
tool chain, the Linux kernel version 2.6.35, support for
cross-compiling, a new hardware pack way of building images, 3D
acceleration improvements, u-boot enhancements and initial device tree
support, a new QA tracking structure, the list goes on. For a full
break-down of what was scheduled for the 10.11 release please see:

Thanks to everyone involved who made this happen. Here's looking forward
to a sucessful 11.05 release.

To get Linaro 10.11

The 10.11 release can be found at:

and when combined with a hwpack from:

using the instructions from:

a installable image is produced.

For any errata issues please see:

Bug reports for this release should be filed in Launchpad against the
individual packages that are affected, if a suitable package cannot be
identified, feel free to assign them to:

The team has also produced 3 other non-supported images as part of a
community effort, they are:

 * EFL based netbook
 * KDE based plasma handset

These need to be combined with a hardware pack as above.

Next Steps

Engineering effort has already started on the 11.05 cycle. For more
information on what Linaro will be doing this cycle please see:

Getting involved

If you would like to help shape the Linux on ARM space and Linaro in
particular please take a look at:

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