"This the first time we’ll be flying Linux on Mars. We’re actually running on a Linux operating system. The software framework that we’re using is one that we developed at JPL for cubesats and instruments, and we open-sourced it a few years ago."

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  • fprime

    F' - A flight software and embedded systems framework

    Their use of [F Prime](https://github.com/nasa/fprime) as a framework is interesting. I've just read through the quick readme and it looks, on the surface, like a pretty interesting framework to allow quick spin up of the software to run on vehicles. I'll have to take some more time to investigate this

  • pipewire

    Mirror of the PipeWire repository (see https://gitlab.freedesktop.org/pipewire/pipewire/)

    PipeWire website, but you may find the Arch wiki article more practical. Replaces PulseAudio and Jack with one solution, low-latency handling of video for things like streaming in and out of sandboxed applications as well as screencasting in Wayland.

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