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=============================================================================== Type: BSP Version: master Release Date: not released yet Yocto Project Compatible: Yes Processor Family: ARM =============================================================================== This README file contains information on building the meta-igep BSP layer. Please see the corresponding sections below for details. Dependencies ============ This layer depends on: URI: git://git.yoctoproject.org/poky branch: master Patches ======= Please submit any patches against this BSP sending and email to the maintainers: Enrico Butera <ebutera [at] users.sourceforge.net> Enric Balletbo <eballetbo [at] gmail.com> Table of Contents ================= I. Board Support Package (BSP) II. Building the meta-igep BSP layer I. Board Support Package (BSP) ========================================= This is the UNOFFICIAL Board Support Package for IGEP boards. We only support basic BSP images that can be used for booting any IGEP Technology based boards. II. Building the meta-igep BSP layer ========================================= In order to build an image with BSP support for a given release, you need to download the corresponding BSP repository. Having done that, and assuming you downloaded the BSP contents at the top-level of your yocto build tree, you can build a igep image by adding the location of the meta-igep layer to bblayers.conf, e.g.: yocto/meta-igep \ To enable the igep layer, add one of these machines to local.conf: o Machine configuration for the IGEPv2 AM/DM37x Processor Board MACHINE ?= "igep0020" o Machine configuration for the IGEP COM MODULE AM/DM37x Processor Board MACHINE ?= "igep0030" o Machine configuration for the IGEP COM AQUILA AM335x Processor Board MACHINE ?= "igep0033" You should then be able to build an IGEP image as such: $ source oe-init-build-env and run $ bitbake core-image-minimal or $ bitbake core-image-sato At the end of a successful build, you should have a image that you can boot from flash or a micro-SD card.