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Open Source Software Transportation Linux

Automotive Grade Linux Released For Open Source Cars 88

Posted by Soulskill
from the tux-behind-the-wheel dept.
Mcusanelli writes: The Linux Foundation and its partners have released the first version of Automotive Grade Linux, the open source platform for use inside connected cars. "AGL is building the industry’s only fully open automotive platform, allowing automakers to leverage a growing software stack based on Linux while retaining the ability to create their own branded user experience. Standardizing on a single platform means the industry can rapidly innovate where it counts to create a safe and reliable connected car experience. Open collaboration within the AGL community means support for multi-architectures and features to bolster the in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) experience." Further details and source code are available from the official website.
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Automotive Grade Linux Released For Open Source Cars

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  • by Anonymous Coward on Tuesday July 01, 2014 @02:41PM (#47362971)

    I was editing a config file with VI.

  • Noooo! (Score:5, Funny)

    by Charliemopps (1157495) on Tuesday July 01, 2014 @03:06PM (#47363215)

    yum install Brakes-1.10.1-1.1.i386.rpm
    Setting up Install Process
    Parsing package install arguments
    Examining Brakes-1.10.1-1.1.i386.rpm: Brakes-1.10.1-1.1.i386
    Marking Brakes-1.10.1-1.1.i386.rpm to be installed
    Resolving Dependencies
    --> Running transaction check
    ---> Package Brakes.i386 0:1.10.1-1.1 set to be updated
    --> Processing Dependency: Brake_fluid for package: Brakes
    --> Finished Dependency Resolution
    Brakes-1.10.1-1.1.i386 from Brakes-1.10.1-1.1.i386.rpm has depsolving problems
    --> Missing Dependency: Brake_fluid is needed by package Brakes-1.10.1-1.1.i386 (Brakes-1.10.1-1.1.i386.rpm)

    yum install Brake_fluid-1.0.2-5.el5_6.1.i386.rpm
    Setting up Install Process
    Parsing package install arguments
    Examining Brake_fluid-1.0.2-5.el5_6.1.i386.rpm: 1:Brake_fluid-1.0.2-5.el5_6.1.i386
    Marking Brake_fluid-1.0.2-5.el5_6.1.i386.rpm to be installed
    Resolving Dependencies
    --> Running transaction check
    ---> Package Brake_fluid.i386 1:1.0.2-5.el5_6.1 set to be updated
    --> Processing Dependency: /usr/sbin/GM_ASEP_CERT for package: Brake_fluid
    --> Finished Dependency Resolution
    1:Brake_fluid-1.0.2-5.el5_6.1.i386 from Brake_fluid-1.0.2-5.el5_6.1.i386.rpm has depsolving problems
    --> Missing Dependency: /usr/sbin/GM_ASEP_CERT is needed by package 1:Brake_fluid-1.0.2-5.el5_6.1.i386 (Brake_fluid-1.0.2-5.el5_6.1.i386.rpm)

  • by bobbied (2522392) on Tuesday July 01, 2014 @03:10PM (#47363247)
    High detergent due to it's extensive use of SOAP...

Committees have become so important nowadays that subcommittees have to be appointed to do the work.

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