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Linaro validation team use LAVA for native toolchain builds and hack sessions

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Published on Mar 12, 2014

Linaro's automated validation architecture (LAVA) is typically used to execute automated tests to validate Linaro's engineering output. However, LAVA has recently integrated features to automate builds and provide secure remote interactive sessions to developers. Linaro's lab lead Dave Pigott shows a native toolchain build orchestrated by LAVA. This technology enables developers to validate the toolchain on many ARM processor designs as well as other architectures. Tyler Baker a technical architect at Linaro explains how LAVA abstracts the image deployment, boot process, and installation of software needed to support these "hack" sessions.

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