GENIVI Development Platform
The GENIVI Development Platform integrates software components developed by GENIVI into a release that can be downloaded and run on popular hardware development boards.
Download an image for your platform below.
More information on the GDP is below;
- GDP project home page
- GDP Master: build the GDP from sources using Yocto
- GDP releases: information about GDP releases, target boards and peripherals.
- GDP management: policies and other processes associated to the GDP project.
Contributing to GDP
The GENIVI Development Platform project welcomes contributions:
- Subscribe to the mailing list here.
- IRC Channel: #automotive in freenode.net
- View or Report bugs: GENIVI uses JIRA as bug tracker and task management tool.
Send Pull Requests here on GitHub. If that method for some reason is not appropriate for you, just contact us on the mailing list and we will accept patches in other ways.
Please see the CONTRIBUTING.md file for information on commit quality.
For information about the Yocto Project, check the Yocto Project website.
For information about the Yocto GENIVI Baseline, see Yocto GENIVI Baseline website
This project uses submodules to pull in layer dependencies. It is advised to avoid using the --recursive option for the initial clone. 'master' is the default branch. Previous release 'maintenance' branches are also available. Note certain tags may require a different set of usage instructions, please refer to the relative README.
git clone <thisrepo> -b <branch>
To initiate the build environment:
source init.sh $target
The current supported targets are qemux86-64, porter, raspberrypi2, raspberrypi3, minnowboard, silk, r-car-m3-starter-kit and r-car-h3-starter-kit. Currently this requires the use of the bash shell.
init.sh script handles the the
$target specific bitbake configuration.
$target templates can be found in gdp-src-build/templates, as well as common
init.sh also handles the relevant git submodule
Problems? Just ask on the mailing list (defined above)