Genode OS Framework 21.02 Adds LTE Data Support, More RISC-V Work
Written by Michael Larabel in Operating Systems on 26 February 2021 at 03:00 AM EST. 2 Comments
OPERATING SYSTEMS --
Genode OS 21.02 is out as the latest feature release to this open-source operating system framework.

Some of the improvements with Genode OS 21.02 include:

- Support for pluggable network device drivers.

- Initial support for the Pine A64-LTS board as part of the operating system framework's goal of getting itself on the PinePhone by the end of the calendar year.

- Support for mobile data connectivity via LTE, again important if they are to be a contender on the PinePhone. As part of this is also USB modem support.

- VirtualBox 6 is now supported to replace the aging VirtualBox 5 support.

- RISC-V support improvements.

- Easy compiler cache setup support via the build system front-end for easily enabling ccache.

More details on the Genode OS 21.02 changes via Genode.org.
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