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yocto- (y-),

Prefix used in the metric system and SI to signify one septillionth (10-24).
[y- + L. octo, eight (yocto- being 8th in the series of SI submultiple prefixes)]

yocto-

[Fm. octo-, representing the eighth power of a thousandth],

y

In the International System of Units (SI), a prefix signifying 10-24.
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Its capabilities include a Yocto Project kernel which can cover many profiles across multiple architectures including ARM, PPC, MIPS, x86, and x86-64.
The Yocto Project provides the technical flexibility to allow teams to scale one common runtime across a variety of IoT devices of virtually any size, industry, or architecture, all leveraging the same technical infrastructure for greater efficiencies and cost savings.
With the Yocto Project 1.3-compliant ATP platform, Tier One suppliers and OEMs can more easily customize and configure the Linux kernel and select the right components for a Linux-based IVI system.
This could be, for example, the case of Intel Edison or Galileo: how can I compile entire frameworks, runtimes and their dependencies on Yocto Linux OS?
Metric Prefixes Unit Unit Multiple Prefix Symbol Subdivision Prefix Symbol [10.sup.1] deka da [10.sup.-1] deci d [10.sup.2] hecto h [10.sup.-2] centi c [10.sup.3] kilo k [10.sup.-3] milli m [10.sup.6] mega M [10.sup.-6] micro [mu] [10.sup.9] giga G [10.sup.-9] nano n [10.sup.12] tera T [10.sup.-12] pico p [10.sup.15] peta P [10.sup.-15] femto f [10.sup.18] exa E [10.sup.-18] atto a [10.sup.21] zetta Z [10.sup.-21] zepto z [10.sup.24] yotta Y [10.sup.-24] yocto y Web Page: http://www.eia.doe.gov/emeu/mer/append_b.html.
A shortcut to traditional embedded development, Pulsar Linux allows users to start developing applications on a Yocto Project Compatible OS in minutes after powering up their hardware.
Metric Prefixes Unit Unit Multiple Prefix Symbol Subdivision Prefix Symbol [10.sup.1] deka da [10.sup.-1] deci d [10.sup.2] hecto h [10.sup.-2] centi c [10.sup.3] kilo k [10.sup.-3] milli m [10.sup.6] mega M [10.sup.-6] micro [10.sup.9] giga G [10.sup.-9] nano n [10.sup.12] tera T [10.sup.-12] pico p [10.sup.15] peta P [10.sup.-15] femto f [10.sup.18] exa E [10.sup.-18] atto a [10.sup.21] zetta Z [10.sup.-21] zepto z [10.sup.24] yotta Y [10.sup.-24] yocto y Web Page: http://www.eia.doe.gov/emeu/mer/append_b.html.
The network appliance supports mainstream Yocto and Linux operating systems.
With recent Yocto images for Intel(R) Edison, drivers for UVC USB cameras are already included and you may directly use those cameras.