[meta-freescale] trying to boot a bitbaked image in various ways
djnass_18 at hotmail.com
Mon May 20 15:44:26 PDT 2013
thank you for the reply.
well, considering (2) below, I have already 'dd' the .sdcard image. but the boot fails. I think the 2009.08 uboot image looks for a couple of files in the root folder of the target fs. The questions is though, how does one use this u-boot.imx image that has been bitbaked?
as for (3), I understand this kernel will fail as the hardware is missing. But then again why does yocto have a command to even extract and run the .tar.bz2 images "for use with nfs or qemu" ?
how can I run the specific rootfs i bitbaked through the emulator?
Thank you once again for your help!
Date: Mon, 20 May 2013 15:32:57 -0300
Subject: Re: [meta-freescale] trying to boot a bitbaked image in various ways
From: otavio at ossystems.com.br
To: djnass_18 at hotmail.com
CC: meta-freescale at yoctoproject.org
On Fri, May 17, 2013 at 12:45 PM, Thanassis Silis <djnass_18 at hotmail.com> wrote:
Hi there, I am trying to boot the image I created in several ways:
1) extracted the tar.bz2 image (with tar xjvf) and did an nfs boot directly from the sabrelite board ! This succeeded.
copied the .sdcard image to an microSD card and tried to boot locally
from the microSD. This fails as the uboot version on the board is the
one that sabrelite shipped with , (2009.08 i think). How do I go about
updating the uboot (.imx file) that has generated from bitbake process?
You should 'dd' the .sdcard file to your microSD card.
3) I started reading on yocto project and tried runqemu but it fails. Here is what I did:
cd <yocto root>/sources/poky/
cd build #done automatically at exit from above script
the qemu start running,
The image built for SabreLITE won't be compatible with QEMU so it is expected to fail.
Otavio Salvador O.S. Systems
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