Resin support for Freescale boards
Clone or download
Fetching latest commit…
Cannot retrieve the latest commit at this time.
Permalink
Failed to load latest commit information.
.versionbot
layers
resin-yocto-scripts @ 8312741
.gitignore
.gitmodules
CHANGELOG.md
LICENSE
README.md
VERSION
hummingboard.svg
nitrogen6x.coffee
nitrogen6x.svg
repo.yml
solidrun-imx6.coffee

README.md

resin-fsl-arm repository

Clone/Initialize the repository

There are two ways of initializing this repository:

  • Clone this repository with "git clone --recursive".

or

  • Run "git clone" and then "git submodule update --init --recursive". This will bring in all the needed dependencies.

Build information

Build flags

  • Consult layers/meta-resin/README.md for info on various build flags (setting up serial console support for example) and build prerequisites. Build flags can be set by using the build script (barys) or by manually modifying local.conf.

See below for using the build script.

Build this repository

  • Run the build script: ./resin-yocto-scripts/build/barys

  • You can also run barys with the -h switch to inspect the available options

Custom build using this repository

  • Run the build script in dry run mode to setup an empty build directory ./resin-yocto-scripts/build/barys --remove-build --dry-run

  • Edit the local.conf in the build/conf directory

  • Prepare build's shell environment source layers/poky/oe-init-build-env

  • Run bitbake (see message outputted when you sourced above for examples)

Contributing

Issues

For issues we use an aggregated github repository available here. When you create issue make sure you select the right labels.

Pull requests

To contribute send github pull requests targeting this repository.

Please refer to: Yocto Contribution Guidelines and try to use the commit log format as stated there. Example:

test.bb: I added a test

[Issue #01]

I'm going to explain here what my commit does in a way that history
would be useful.

Signed-off-by: Joe Developer <joe.developer@example.com>

Make sure you mention the issue addressed by a PR. See: