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Old 07-27-2011, 06:19 AM   #1
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Kernel Testing using LTP on Beagle board (ARM based Embedded Dev Board)


LTP (Linux Test Project) is a Framework used to test the Linux Kernel.

Can LTP be ported to Hardware boards like Beagleboard (arm cortex a8 based Embedded board).

If Yes please share the procedure of how to port? or how to test the kernel using LTP on Beagleboard or Beagle clone boards.

If No please suggest any other tools or framework that will test the kernel on Beagleboard or any Beagle clone boards.

Thanks in advance.




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