Baserock

Welcome to the Baserock open source project. Baserock aims to be a great way to build custom appliance systems with Linux. Baserock supports x86_32 and x86_64 and ARMv7 (big/little endian, soft/hard float). We also have working systems on ppc64, mips64b and mips64l, mips32b and mips32l, ARMv5 and ARMv8.

Our objectives are outlined on the overview and developer experience pages.

Getting Started

To try Baserock out:

  1. Set up a virtual machine running a Baserock image (download image here, instructions here)

  2. On your new Baserock VM, configure some settings and upgrade to a development environment

  3. Build and deploy things!

There are lots of guides for specific use-cases.

If you have questions or suggestions please go to our mailing list at baserock-dev@baserock.org or the #baserock irc channel on freenode.


Recent News:

Baserock 15.25 is released
Posted Wed Jun 17 17:25:00 2015 by Adam Coldrick
Baserock 15.19 is released
Posted Wed May 13 09:05:49 2015 by Sam Thursfield
Baserock is now using Gerrit
Posted Thu Mar 19 08:19:07 2015 by Pete Fotheringham
Baserock 15.10 is released
Posted Fri Mar 6 17:58:46 2015 by Pedro Alvarez

Here's a video tutorial showing how to get started in under 10 minutes...

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( Note: the machine used in the video already has ssh keys. If you don't have them on your host machine, you will need to run ssh-keygen - and accept the defaults - before you run ssh -A ... at around 3:15 in the video)

And another showing how to update the kernel on a VM, cloud or Jetson Baserock system using a simple build-deploy-to-self workflow

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We also maintain the Baserock GENIVI Baseline for the GENIVI Alliance, which is driving adoption of open source software in vehicles.

Here is Baserock with Linux 3.15, Nouveau and GENIVI components running on NVIDIA Jetson TK1

Video Link

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Please join the conversation at #baserock on irc.freenode.net, or on our public development mailing list baserock-dev@baserock.org. See the contact page for more details.