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Linux Foundation announces long-term support kernel tree for CE vendors

10-26-2011
Linux Foundation announces long-term support kernel tree for CE vendors

At the LinuxCon Europe event today in Prague, the Linux Foundation announced plans to launch a new kernel tree aimed at providing long-term support for device vendors. The project, which is called the Long Term Stable Kernel Initiative (LTSI), could reduce the cost of producing a custom Linux-based platform for a mobile or embedded system.

LTSI emerged from the Linux Foundation's consumer electronics workgroup. It will be hosted by the Linux Foundation, which will coordinate the development effort in collaboration with participants from the industry. The project has attracted a number of major hardware manufacturers, including Hitachi, LG, Panasonic, Sony, and Toshiba.

The chief goal of LTSI is to produce stable kernel releases that can be used reliably for the two- to three-year lifespan of a consumer electronics product. A new LTSI kernel release will be issued annually and will receive regular updates for a duration of two years.


Reference: Linux Foundation - http://www.linuxfoundation.org/
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