This session will help you getting started on the RISC-V architecture. We will start with an overview of Ubuntu supported hardware and look into RISC-V virtual machines and docker images. We will will investigate the boot flow and have a glimpse on building packages and snaps for RISC-V. The state of available software will be discussed. The RISC-V ISA is evolving fast. Let's see what this will mean for Ubuntu.
Session author's bio
Heinrich is working as RISC-V lead engineer in Canonical’s foundations team. He has contributed to a wide range of open source projects reaching from linear programming to the Linux kernel. He is maintainer of the UEFI sub-system in the U-Boot firmware.
|Level of Difficulty||Intermediate|