Codezero is an embedded hypervisor for the ARM architecture. Codezero supports ARMv7 chipsets, virtualizes Android and Linux-based operating systems. Codezero is licensed under the GPLv3 and is also available under commercial licensing.

The project mission is to offer OEM-ready solution packages that involve virtualization of mobile operating systems.

Please see FAQs, Documentation pages for more details, or Getting Started guide to get started right away.

Get Started

Here you can find tutorials, howtos, up-to-date technical information and all other resources for getting started with Codezero software development. You can also join our codezero-devel mailing list (closed now), where we publicly discuss technical issues about the Codezero Microkernel.

Codezero is actively maintained, and is aiming to become the hypervisor of choice for ARM architecture based embedded platforms.

Latest News – Ubuntu on ARM virtualized on Codezero

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Ubuntu (Linaro-11.12) on ARM is virtualized on a baremetal hypervisor for the first time. Codezero Embedded Hypervisor, Versatile Express Cortex-A9 platform.

Linaro 11.11 virtualized on Codezero

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Linaro 11.11 virtualized on Codezero Embedded Hypervisor, Versatile Express Cortex-A9 platform.

 

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