Every Linux distribution provides features useful in product development - each SoC provides features necessary to a product's success. If you can't take advantage of the distribution of your choice or the SoC of your choice - product development is hampered or stopped altogether. NXP provides technology easing the adoption of SoC specific components into the distribution of your choice. Learn more about this technology, and practical tips and tricks on how to build and use selected components from LSDK at the component isolated level. Topics include building and deploying PPA and boot loaders, building and booting the Linux kernel, and building and deploying select user space components. Emphasis is on native building because it's easier. This will be a two hour session to leave time for Q&A.