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* Since TI is making Linux kernel releases at its own rate, and since it does not follow mainstream releases rate but rather customers requests, TI has created ''integration trees'' for OMAP3 and OMAP4 product lines. These trees are used to host TI Linux kernel software releases.
* Since TI is making Linux kernel releases at its own rate, and since it does not follow mainstream releases rate but rather customers requests, TI has created ''integration trees'' for OMAP3 and OMAP4 product lines. These trees are used to host TI Linux kernel software releases.
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Latest revision as of 15:00, 25 May 2010

[edit] Migration to open source kenel

TI is migrating its OMAP Linux offering to the linux-omap kernel. This Linux kernel project has had an active open source community for several years, and is a downstream of the Linux mainline kernel. That way, TI can fully leverage the existing open source communities around the Linux kernel, and ensure that OMAP platform is fully supported in the mainline kernel. This is an advantage for both TI and TI's customers. As a consequence OMAP3 and OMAP4 support will be soon fully enabled in the mainline Linux kernel releases.

There are some very important notes regarding this migration that need to be understood by all Linux OMAP stakeholders:

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