The Reference Platform is an end to end, open software stack. This product aims to showcase the latest available ARM optimizations, through validation, on a series of hardware platforms. Each reference platform is focused on a unique segment, providing everything from firmware to middleware, while reducing overall complexity and time to market.
Welcome to the official documentation for Linaro and the Reference Software Platform, these documents and instruction sets are written by the RPB and 96Boards team at Linaro with community contributions and links to third-party content.
- Reference Platform Home
- Get started here with the Reference Software Platform
- Linaro and 96Boards terminology
- Contribute to the Reference Platform
- Learn how to contribute to Linaro and the Reference Software Platform
All documentation and guides in this repository are written by the 96Boards and/or Linaro teams at Linaro with community contributions and links to third-party content. 96Boards openly welcomes community contributions.
Issues may be filed at the issue tracker within this Github repository. Once filed, the issue will be addressed by a 96Boards/Linaro team member.
Pull requests are also welcome and may be submitted directly to github.com/Linaro/documentation. In general, try to keep pull requests small, and use descriptive summaries and descriptions in the pull request and commits.
Unless otherwise specified, everything in this repository is covered by the following licence:
Linaro Documentation by Linaro is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence.
Based on a work at https://github.com/linaro/documentation