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For questions about Canonical's Ubuntu Core operating system, an Ubuntu-derived OS that uses the Snappy package manager. Consider asking at 'Ask Ubuntu!' if your question is not focused on IoT.

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Is it possible to boot from the sd-card on the HDK8150 board?

I recently acquired the HDK8150 board. I am pretty interested in running a non-Android Linux OS there. After some hours of going through I found some interesting stuff: I found that from Linux kernel ...
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IoT OS installing on top of Linux?

I am new in the field of IoT OS and I saw TinyOS, Conitki etc. can be installed on top of Ubuntu. Its not clear to me how these OSes are able to run on top of Ubuntu without any Hypervisor? Can ...
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What CPU architectures are supported by Ubuntu Core

Here are the following hardware platform mentioned in ubuntu core docs. https://docs.ubuntu.com/core/en/#platforms Here is the doc for board enablement. https://docs.ubuntu.com/core/en/guides/build-...
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Building an IoT product - what is the best way to avoid sharing in-house proprietary code?

I think it was hard for me to formulate the title. However, I can still explain my problem in more detail in here. I am designing an embedded product which consists of cloud service and embedded ...
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What's the purpose of a gadget snap in Ubuntu Core?

I've been looking into how to set up Ubuntu Core (the IoT version of Ubuntu) on a Raspberry Pi, and I've read about gadget snaps, which the documentation says is intended to define the device features:...
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What makes Ubuntu Core's "Snaps" better than normal packages for IoT devices?

Ubuntu Core, Canonical's latest version of Ubuntu for IoT devices, says that its new Snappy package manager is ideal for the Internet of Things, and Wikipedia says that: Snappy packaging has been ...
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