Running Linux in QEMU’s aarch64 system emulation mode

Since I started working on aarch64 support for QEMU the most frequently asked question I got was “when can I run aarch64 system emulation on QEMU?”. Well wait no more as support for a VIRT-IO based aarch64 board was recently merged into the master branch of QEMU. In this post I’ll talk about building QEMU, …

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Anyone interested at an Emacs BoF at LCU14?

I’m fairly atypical as a Linaro employee because I have a desk in a shared office. This means I get to participate in technical banter with the other employees based in the Cambridge office. However it has become quite clear I’m surrounded on all sides by VIMers with only one potential convert who wants to …

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Edit with Emacs v1.13 now available

I’ve just pushed the latest version of Edit with Emacs to the Chrome App Store. Hopefully most people are already tracking the latest edit-server.el via MELPA but this does introduce a few minor fixes to the extension itself. A new piece of functionality is the ability to trigger bringing Emacs to the foreground from a …

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On the death of Google Reader

You can probably tell the sort of on-line company I keep from the deluge of noise on the social networks regarding Google’s decision to shut down Reader. However we shouldn’t be that surprised. In fact some companies that source content from Reader have anticipated the need to collect content themselves. I of course will have …

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The future is inching its way onto our set-top boxes

I have from time to time lamented the tardiness of media producers in getting content in-front of my eyeballs. It’s not a case of being tight with money, although giving Murdoch £30/month for a glut of programming I’ll never watch is *too much* for me. I’ll happily pay for the stuff I want to watch …

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