Thank you for your interest in Celadon. Celadon works in two product configurations
Celadon in Virtual Machine - CiV (Host Ubuntu + KVM + QEMU) and Celadon in Container - CiC
(Host Ubuntu + docker). Depending on usecases you are interested in you can build s/w
components and applications on top. Some of the use cases which can be achieved using
Celadon are listed under "USE CASES" section at https://01.org/projectceladon/
About the question on h/w, Celadon works with concept of Lead Development Vehicle and
today that's NUC10i7FN* but it is expected to work on most of the IA devices where
required software dependencies are met. CiV and CiC are meant to bring in scalability to
more devices. I'm attaching latest release mails with documentation and below are the
Release Notes and Binary links.
I hope it helps.
From: Simon Lee <Simon.Lee(a)tw.viewsonic.com>
Sent: Wednesday, July 15, 2020 8:11 AM
To: Farzaneh Seyed Mostafaei <farzaneh.mostafaei(a)emteria.com>; celadon(a)lists.01.org
Celadon] Re: Help on ' Intel NUC'
I am also interested in this. I have an Intel NUC. Its product code is BXNUC10i7FNH.
Is there any Android OS installation file now for me to try just like what we install
Linux and Windows on Intel platform.
Thanks for your response in advance.
From: Farzaneh Seyed Mostafaei
Sent: Wednesday, July 15, 2020 12:09 AM
Celadon] Help on ' Intel NUC'
I am looking for Android source codes and a tutorial/documentation about how to use them
for Intel NUC.
Can Android be installed as OS for this specific board; as in its official site the
Android is not listed as an operating system.
Also, is the celadon project 'Android on Intel Architecture' implies all Intel
hardware or only limited to a specific hardware?
Thanks for your help in advance!