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source.list for apt tool in yocto image for raspberry pi #yocto #raspberrypi #debian #apt


keyurthumar0402@...
 

I Have built yocto image for raspberry pi. It is debian based and apt is already installed. What should i write in source.list ? As I don' t have my personal repository please suggest some standard repository.


Josef Holzmayr <holzmayr@...>
 

On Fri, Nov 29, 2019 at 03:56:41AM -0800, keyurthumar0402@gmail.com wrote:

There is a lot of things confused in here, it seems.

I Have built yocto image for raspberry pi.
Ok. Congratulations!

It is debian based and...
You mean, you set packege PACKAGE_CLASSES ?= "package_deb"?

...apt is already installed.
...which in the end is juut a binary.

What should i write in source.list ? As I don' t have my personal repository please suggest some standard repository.
There is none. The standard practise is to build the image with all the
things you need, and not use runtime package management. If you want to
use it like a debian, and think it should behave like a debian, then you
probably should just run debian.

Yocto builds a custom distribution, therefore no "official" packages
exist.

Greetz.

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