These release notes provide information for building the meta-crownbay Board Support Package (BSP) layer and booting the images contained in the /binary directory. The Crown Bay platform consists of an Intel® Atom™ Z6xx processor with the Intel® Platform Controller Hub EG20T Development Kit. Crown Bay ships as an open system and allows maximum flexibility for changing hardware configuration and peripherals.
This manual is the complete reference guide to the Yocto Project, including the Poky reference system.
This document describes the architecture of the Yocto Project kernel and provides some work flow examples.
Provides an overview of the development process for images and user-space applications.
Defines a structure for BSP components. Having a commonly understood layout encourages standardization.
This manual provides information that lets you get going with the ADT to develop projects using the Yocto Project.
Presents condensed information that lets you get started with the Yocto Project quickly and start building an image.
The atom-pc MACHINE is tested on the following platforms:
- Asus EeePC 901
- Acer Aspire One
- Toshiba NB305
- Intel® Embedded Development Board 1-N450 (Black Sand)
The atom-pc MACHINE is likely to work on many unlisted devices based on the Intel® Atom™ processor. The MACHINE type supports ethernet, wifi, sound, and i915 graphics by default. Additionally, it supports common PC input devices, busses, and so forth.
The Beagleboard is an ARM Cortex-A8 development board with USB, DVI-D, S-Video, 2D/3D accelerated graphics, audio, serial, JTAG, and SD/MMC. The xM adds a faster CPU, more RAM, an ethernet port, more USB ports, microSD, and removes the NAND flash. The beagleboard MACHINE is tested on the following platforms: