ELC 2006 Presentations

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Presentations from ELC 2006 (CELF conference archive).

Michael Opdenacker, of Free Electrons, made video-recordings of many sessions. See the videos here: http://free-electrons.com/blog/elc-2006-videos/

Presenters: Please post your technical conference presentations on this page.

(See Instructions below the table)

Here is an article on LinuxDevices with images of the demo posters: http://www.linuxdevices.com/articles/AT8247255296.html

And here is a report by Free Electrons on the event: https://lwn.net/Articles/180439/


Person Session Description Presentation Video
Tim Bird (Sony) Keynote: 13 Years of Linux Media:13-years-of-Linux.pdf video
Andre Kruetzfeldt, Christophe Guinet The MPPWG Mobile Phone Telephony API – part 2 Introduction to the Mobile Phone API Media:ELC-Aplix-NEC.pdf
Armin Gerritsen The Video Clip Player – Philips Nexperia™ PNX0106 and Linux based platform Media:CELF-ELC_VideoClipPlayer.pdf
Arvind Kuman MIPS BOF . video
Chang-Sik Cho Digital Entertainment Center Solution Media:ELC-presentation-DEC-0412.pdf
Denis Kropp Graphics Subsystem in an Embedded World - Integrating DirectFB into a UHAPI platform Media:ELC 2006 -GraphicsSubsystemInAnEmbeddedWorld.pdf video
Ed Plowman Khronos Media API Update Media:Khronos-API-CELF-Apr06.pdf
Greg Kroah Hartman Tutorial: Write a real, working Linux driver Media:celf_2006_tutorial.pdf Media:USB_tutorial_example_code.tar.gz
Greg Ungerer uClinux -- Micro-controller Linux Media:uclinux.pdf video
Hyok S. Choi Non-Paged Memory Management on Mainline ARM Kernel .
Jared Hulbert Tutorial: Creating optimized XIP systems Media:CELF-XIP_Linux.pdf
John Goodacre ARM MPCore and Power Management Media:MPCore_and_Linux_Power.pdf, Media:MPCore_and_Linux_Power.ppt
Jordan Crouse Taking the plunge - the marriage of X86 and embedded Linux Media:jordan_crouse_celf_2006.pdf
Jung-Hyun Yoo Linux on a Terrestrial DMB TV Receiver .
Kevin D. Kissell Microthreads as Linux CPUs - SMTC Linux for MIPS MT cores Media:CELF_SMTC_April_2006_v0.3.pdf
Kittur Ganesh Optimization Techniques for maximizing application performance on Multi-core processors. Media:Ganesh-CELF.pdf, Media:Ganesh-CELF.ppt
Klaas de Waal Myth TV on Philips Nexperia™ PNX8550 and Linux based platform Media:MythTVonNexperia-CELF-05.pdf video
Liam Girdwood Enhancing ALSA audio for portable devices. .
Manas Saksena State of Linux Realtime – BOF . video
Mark Gross Power Management Panel . video
Mathew Locke CE Linux Forum Open Test Lab . video
Mathieu Desnoyers Low disturbance embedded system tracing with Linux Trace Toolkit Next Generation. Media:celf2006-desnoyers.pdf video
Matt Mackall Kernel Size Issues .
Matthew Klahn Visualizing resource usage during initialization of embedded systems Media:VisualizingResUsageDuringBoot.pdf video
Min-Seok Jang Research on Linux 2.6 Kernel Features for CE products .
Munehiro Ikeda Examining Linux Kernel Size Media:size_exam_celf_elc2006.pdf video
Prof. Nicholas Mc Guire Boot-Time Optimization - results of applying currently available solutions Media:boot_opt.pdf
Rob Landley What's new with BusyBox . video
Ruud Derwig Audio Video Graphics Version 2.0 Specification Media:CELF_AVG_Specification_v2_20060411.pdf (Media:CELF_AVG_Specification_v2_20060411.ppt)
Scott Preece The MPPWG Mobile Phone Telephony API – part 1 Developing the API Media:MppApiSession1.pdf
Shinichi Ochiai Experience with realtime performance of the current Linux technologies Media:ExperienceWithRealtimePerformance.pdf
Steve Johnson Trusted Bootloader Media:Trusted_Boot_Loader.pdf
Takanari Hayama Analysis of User Level Device Driver usability in embedded application – Technique to achieve good real-time performance Media:uldd060411celfelc2006.pdf video
Thomas Gleixner A Case Study of transitioning a project from RTAI to RT-Preempt .
Todd Poynor Topics in Embedded Power Management Media:pm-celf-summit-2006.pdf video
Tohru Nojiri Kprobes implementation for Embedded System .
Greg Kroah-Hartman, Greg Ungerer, Matt Mackall and moderator Tim Bird Panel: Tips for Mainlining, From the Experts . video
Tim Bird Embedded Linux Quiz and Closing Game . video

Instructions for Presenters

Here are the steps to follow to add your presentation to this page (Please read them BEFORE clicking):

  • If you don't have a wiki account, please create one by clicking on User Preferences, fill out the form, and return here.
    • (A wiki account is required to attach files or edit this page)
  • PDF format is preferred. If you can convert your presentation to PDF, please do so.
  • If your presentation has any message which says it is confidential (such as in a footer from a corporate or CELF template), please remove it.
    • If you used a CELF template that has "CELF confidential" in the footer, please upload the presentation so we can remove the footer. Or you can remove it yourself by editing the footer on the slide "master" page.
  • Please make sure your filename does not have any spaces in it
  • Click on the AttachFile link at the bottom of the page
    • on the form, enter your presentation file name (or browse to it)
    • click on "Add link to page".
    • click on "Upload" (your file will be added as an attachment to the page)
    • click on "ShowText" to see the page again.

If you want to be extra nice, you can add the appropriate "Media:" line to your entry in the table. Do this by clicking on EditText at the bottom of the page and copying the text from the bottom of the page to your line (where it currently has a ".").

See the entry for Tim Bird (first in the table) for an example of the syntax required. Each table line is one long line, even though it may wrap in your browser (so remove all line feeds from your line before saving this page.) Don't worry - if you don't do this or mess something up I will come along later and fix up the table for you.



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