[meta-freescale] Linux kernel version for iMX6?
Jens.Rehsack at rademacher.de
Mon Jun 23 08:38:07 PDT 2014
I'm trying to get a Yocto based image built for a modified sabre board.
I received some kernel patches against uboot 2009.08 and imx-linux-3.0.35-4.0.0.
When I build a default project (eg. fsl-image-dfb) for machine imx6dlsabresd (I didn't manage to add an own machine configuration, but will dig developer manual before asking regarding that ...), always linux-imx-3.10.17-ga_1.0.0 is built. Setting
PREFERRED_VERSION_linux-imx_mx6 = "3.0.35"
causes in build-errors of imx-lib_mx6:
| arm-poky-linux-gnueabi-gcc -march=armv7-a -mthumb-interwork -mfloat-abi=hard -mfpu=neon -mtune=cortex-a9 --sysroot=/home/sno/fsl-release-bsp/first-test/tmp/sysroots/mediapilot -DIMX6Q -I/home/sno/fsl-release-bsp/first-test/tmp/sysroots/mediapilot/usr/src/kernel/include/uapi -I/home/sno/fsl-release-bsp/first-test/tmp/sysroots/mediapilot/usr/src/kernel/include -I/home/sno/fsl-release-bsp/first-test/tmp/sysroots/mediapilot/usr/src/kernel/drivers/mxc/security/rng/include -I/home/sno/fsl-release-bsp/first-test/tmp/sysroots/mediapilot/usr/src/kernel/drivers/mxc/security/sahara2/include -Wall -O2 -fPIC -c pxp_lib.c -o pxp_lib.o
| In file included from pxp_lib.c:26:0:
| pxp_lib.h:19:30: fatal error: linux/pxp_device.h: No such file or directory
| #include <linux/pxp_device.h>
| compilation terminated.
| make: *** [pxp_lib.o] Error 1
| make: Leaving directory `/home/sno/fsl-release-bsp/first-test/tmp/work/mediapilot-poky-linux-gnueabi/imx-lib/1_3.10.17-1.0.0-r0/imx-lib-3.10.17-1.0.0/pxp'
Well - I've seen xbmc project from Stephan (https://github.com/wolfgar) provides a libcec which seems to have similar content. I'm a bit torn how to move out of that...
Is it reasonable to port the received kernel patches to linux-imx_mx6 3.10.17 (are all drivers ported?)
Is it reasonable to use libcec instead of imx-lib?
I also received a configure error of ffmpeg during xbmc compile - but ECANTPARSE. A hint how to figure out what's wrong would be nice.
I used the dora branch as hinted for xbmc - is it sane or is daisy reasonable?.
Thanks for any help.
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