Re: what is the current state of YP supported architectures?

Alexander Kanavin

Oh, one more thing, most of those 3rd party BSP layers can be found in the layer index:


On Sat, 2 May 2020 at 13:23, Alexander Kanavin <alex.kanavin@...> wrote:
There is a difference between supported target architectures, and supported target machines; it's easier to talk about the latter.

Oe-core layer directly supports QEMU targets (which are *not* suitable for any physical HW):

Poky distro additionally supports beaglebone, edgerouter and 'generic' x86 (which basically works but is far inferior to meta-intel support):
The autobuilder checks that they build, but does not check that they work on actual HW.

On the Yocto project Autobuilder additionally machines defined by meta-intel are tested, again without booting on real HW:

Everything else is provided by 3rd party vendor or community layers, with *wildly* varying levels of quality and support.


On Sat, 2 May 2020 at 13:14, Robert P. J. Day <rpjday@...> wrote:

  first, i realize PPC is still supported, despite the official
dropping of reference target MPC8315-RDB. also aware of meta-riscv

despite not having a reference board.

  is there somewhere to point people when they ask about the state of
the world WRT supported architectures?


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