Presents condensed information that lets you get started with the Yocto Project quickly and start building an image.
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.
The Fish River Island 2 (FRI 2) BSP supports the system on which the FRI2 is based: the Kontron M2M Smart Services Developer Kit. For information on the kit and details about the systems ports and features, see the link for the Kontron Developer Kit.
Mentor Embedded Linux combines the freedom of open source software, the flexibility of extreme customizability and the security of full commercial support in a powerful, easy-to-use package. Paired with Sourcery CodeBench, it gives developers the power to create their own rich, unique product platform.
Enea Linux is based on specifically selected Yocto Project open source configuration and build technology packages, for communication and networking needs. This helps customers build mature products in less time, in a standardized and flexible environment, and with better real-time performance. The Yocto Project brings standardized features and tools, and ensures quick access to the latest Board Support Packages (BSPs) for the best and most relevant HW architectures.
With the adoption of the Yocto Project™ as its core foundation, Wind River® Linux 5 is the evolutionary next step for open source platforms, elevating the value of our popular embedded Linux platform.