[linux-yocto] [PATCH] meta: add genericx86 BSP
bruce.ashfield at windriver.com
Wed Aug 21 13:17:09 PDT 2013
On 13-08-21 01:33 PM, Darren Hart wrote:
> On Wed, 2013-08-21 at 17:57 +0100, Ross Burton wrote:
>> This BSP aims at supporting a broad range of Intel platforms, from Atom up to
>> Xeon. As such the kernel includes a range of drivers, and the corresponding
>> machine configuration in meta-yocto-bsp includes a range of user-space drivers.
>> Signed-off-by: Ross Burton <ross.burton at intel.com>
>> .../bsp/genericx86/genericx86-standard.scc | 28 ++++++++++++++++++++
>> 1 file changed, 28 insertions(+)
>> create mode 100644 meta/cfg/kernel-cache/bsp/genericx86/genericx86-standard.scc
>> diff --git a/meta/cfg/kernel-cache/bsp/genericx86/genericx86-standard.scc b/meta/cfg/kernel-cache/bsp/genericx86/genericx86-standard.scc
>> new file mode 100644
>> index 0000000..94d8ca7
>> --- /dev/null
>> +++ b/meta/cfg/kernel-cache/bsp/genericx86/genericx86-standard.scc
>> @@ -0,0 +1,28 @@
>> +define KMACHINE genericx86
>> +define KTYPE standard
>> +define KARCH i386
>> +# TODO: long-term move away from common-pc?
>> +include bsp/common-pc/common-pc-standard.scc
>> +branch atom-pc
>> +include cfg/x86.scc
>> +include cfg/boot-live.scc
>> +include features/power/intel.scc
>> +# Ideally all of these below would be modules instead of built-in.
>> +# common-pc brings in the other USB controllers
>> +include features/usb/xhci-hcd.scc
> And should really bring this one in too...
>> +# Intel ethernet, old and new Intel wireless.
>> +include features/rfkill/rfkill.scc
>> +include features/intel-e1xxxx/intel-e1xxxx.scc
>> +include features/iwlwifi/iwlwifi.scc
>> +include features/iwlegacy/iwlegacy.scc
>> +# Intel Gen and GMA500. common-pc provides Vesa framebuffer.
>> +include features/i915/i915.scc
>> +include features/drm-gma500/drm-gma500.scc
>> +include features/drm-gma500/drm-gma3600.scc
> This is really a fairly small change. Any reason this shouldn't just be
> an update to common-pc? Is there a conceptual difference here?
I'd like to see them just merge. They are both targeting a similar set
of commodity hardware platforms. Sure, qemux86 will pick these up as
well, but as qemu gains more functionality we can use more and more of
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