This guide helps you find the minimum set of bundles needed to start your
Clear Linux* OS development project.
Before continuing, review the swupd guide to learn more
about the swupd tool and how Clear Linux OS simplifies software versioning compared to
other Linux* distributions.
After installing the minimum set of bundles required to get started, you can
add more bundles relevant to your specific use case.
To run any process required for Clear Linux OS development, you can add the large
bundle *os-clr-on-clr*. However, you may want to deploy a leaner OS with only bundles relevant to your project.
Use the Developer Profiles tabs to start installing suggested bundles
based on your role or project. Installing any
dkms bundle gives all the
tools you need to start. Consider these profiles as a starting point.
Click on a bundle to learn how to install it using swupd.
|Contains Clear Linux* OS native software for cloud.
|Utilities for controlling TCP/IP networking and traffic control.
|API helper for cloud access.
|C++ runtime support.
|Load and enumerate PKCS#11 modules.
|Installs kernel, initrd, kernel config, system map; creates a bootloader entry.
|Support module for building/loading via Dynamic Kernel Module System (DKMS) in LTS kernel.
|Support module for building/loading via Dynamic Kernel Module System (DKMS) in native kernel.
|Support module for building/loading via Dynamic Kernel Module System (DKMS) in AWS kernel.
|Run the Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) with Clear Linux OS as a guest under KVM.
|Linux Test Project.
|Basic tools for makers and experimenters.
|GIS/Mapping tools for makers.
|Electronic Design Tool.
|Open-source electronics prototyping platform.
We recommend learning about swupd, to learn the
commands to search for and add bundles relevant to your project.
The guide provides an example
that shows you how to:
- Use swupd to search for bundles
- Use swupd to add bundles
We recommend that you understand these core concepts in Clear Linux OS before
developing your project.
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