Monthly Archives: February 2020

Renode STM32 Emulator

Renode was created by Antmicro as a virtual development tool for multinode embedded networks (both wired and wireless) and is intended to enable a scalable workflow for creating effective, tested and secure IoT systems.

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# docker images
REPOSITORY TAG IMAGE ID CREATED SIZE
antmicro/renode latest a13913de0d9e 3 weeks ago 1.76GB

stm32

 

Intro to RISC-V in Hackspace Mag

OSH Park

My column in the latest Hackspace Magazine is an introduction to RISC-V and how it is enabling open source chip design:

Open-source chips:
Breaking free of chip design monopolies with RISC-V

When we think about what open source hardware means, we usually think about the board design being freely available. But what about the processor? Is there a way to make hardware that is truly open source? This month’s column is dedicated to an exciting — and surprisingly political — development in chip design.

When you write a program in the Arduino IDE, it is compiled into instructions for the microcontroller to execute. How does the compiler know what instructions the chip understands? This is defined by the Instruction Set Architecture. The ISA is a standard, a set of rules that define the tasks the processor can perform.

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Oracle Linux 7 for AArch64 and ARM

Oracle Linux 7 for AArch64 & ARM

Oracle Linux 7 docs

Oracle Java for Arm Docs

Oracle Linux 7 yum

Oracle Linux 7 for AArch64 & ARM container on docker hub