If you're looking for a reliable operating system with support for file systems and connectivity, an embedded version of Linux is probably one of the possible candidates. With a huge installed base, plenty of experienced developers, and active development, it's available for all the major SoCs. So, who is behind its development, and can it get any better?

In a new episode of Elektor Engineering Insights, Stuart talks to Michael Opdenacker from Bootlin and Ricardo Medoza from Pantacor to gain insights on Yocto and containers for embedded Linux. Join us at 16:00 CET on the 5th of October. Attendees will get a chance to win a 4GB Raspberry Pi and keyboard in this month's giveaway!