As we concluded the conversation, Jim explained some of the complexities with upstreaming the Linux* kernel for Intel® Edison and some of the tradeoffs between working with third parties to get the
Jim Chase and Nathan Seidle explain why they were motivated to collaborate and how their skillsets complement each other.
John Halley, evangelist for the Minnowboard* project in the Open Technology Center discusses the technical approach to opening the core firmware that he and his team took.
Installation Instructions for Intel® Hardware Accelerated Execution Manager (Intel® HAXM) - Microsoft Windows*A comprehensive guide for installing Intel® Hardware Accelerated Execution Manager (Intel® HAXM) on Microsoft Windows* including prerequisites, system requirements, troubleshooting, tips and tricks, and more.
Opening up complex SOCs such as the Intel® Edison is difficult because of specialized software and Intel’s third-party relationships.
At Sparkfun, in the spirit of sharing, all of their project files are stored on GitHub* and shared with the community for tracking and issue filing.