GNOME OS is bootable GNOME system built as part of continuous integration for the GNOME releases. So far, GNOME OS has been built for x86 and ARM architectures.
RISC-V is a new open standard processor architecture.
Some work has been done to bring GNOME OS to RISC-V. However, desktop-ready hardware is still scarce and software support only just there. Thanksfully it is possible to emulate RISC-V hardware to prepare development of GNOME OS for RISC-V.
This talk will cover the effort done, show the current state of GNOME OS on RISC-V and detail the future work required.
Valentin David is a developer at Codethink. He enjoys building systems and contributes to gnome-build-meta.