The Foundries.io Linux microPlatform is an extensible software and hardware platform that makes it easier to develop, secure, and maintain Internet-connected Linux-based embedded devices.
Though the Linux kernel and software used for any of the microPlatform builds may contain out-of-tree patches or features, a fundamental goal is to run as close to the tip, or latest software, as possible so that users of the Linux microPlatform can benefit from the latest changes.
In a FoundriesFactory, the Linux microPlatform is the baseline software stack which is meant to be extended by the user. It is open source software, and maintained by Foundries.io on GitHub.
- Supported Machines
- Repo Source Control Tool
- Understanding Development FIO Tags
- Development Container
- Building from Source
- Linux Kernel
- OpenEmbedded / Yocto Project Layers
- LmP Distros
- WIC Image Installer
- Persistent Log Support
- Network Debugging
- Updating the Linux microPlatform Core
- Extending the Linux microPlatform
- OSS Compliance with FoundriesFactory
- Creating Preloaded Images
- Factory Reset
- Building SDK