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A Yocto/OpenEmbedded layer that provides in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) related functionality in an OpenEmbedded Linux system.

This layer aggregates original IVI related software recipes for software components developed by Pelagicore. In addition, the layer contains appendments to other open source Yocto/OpenEmbedded layer recipes that are relevant for the aforementioned functionality.

Maintained at


This layer currently depends on:

meta layer git repo

Optional dependencies

These are optional dependencies for the specific layer additions described below:

meta layer git repo


Depending on the included layers used together with meta-bistro, additional functionality is added from the layers/*/ directories. This is done by adding the layers/* directory if the name is in the BBFILE_COLLECTIONS variable, as defined in the conf/layer.conf file.

The BBFILE_COLLECTIONS contains the names as given by each respective meta layer, and hence the names of the directories can not be changed by us directly.

The general idea is that these layer additions should only be added to meta-bistro if the original layers are available in the current build system setup.


This repository will follow the Yocto release system. Whenever a new Yocto release has been released, a new branch with the same name will be created from the master branch.

All feature growth should happen first on the master branch, but will also be cherry picked back to the latest Yocto release branch. Security and bug fixes will be evaluated case by case and backported as necessary. The ambition is to actively maintain the two latest releases and/or one year old releases in this fashion.

License and Copyright

Copyright © 2015-2017 Pelagicore AB
Copyright © 2017-2019 Luxoft Sweden AB

All metadata is MIT licensed unless otherwise stated. Source code included in tree for individual recipes is under the LICENSE stated in the associated recipe (.bb file) unless otherwise stated.

License information for any other files is either explicitly stated or defaults to MIT license.