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|title=VAR-SOM-MX7 Yocto {{#var:YOCTO_NAME}}
 
|title=VAR-SOM-MX7 Yocto {{#var:YOCTO_NAME}}
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=== Programming ===
 
=== Programming ===
 
* {{Varlink|Yocto Hello World|{{#var:RELEASE_LINK}}|Hello World 'C' application}}
 
* {{Varlink|Yocto Hello World|{{#var:RELEASE_LINK}}|Hello World 'C' application}}
* {{Varlink|Yocto QT Hello World|{{#var:RELEASE_LINK}}|Building A QT Hello World}}
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* {{Varlink|Yocto QT Hello World|{{#var:RELEASE_LINK}}|Building a Qt Hello World}}
 
* {{Varlink|Yocto Programming with Eclipse|{{#var:RELEASE_LINK}}|Debugging with Eclipse}}
 
* {{Varlink|Yocto Programming with Eclipse|{{#var:RELEASE_LINK}}|Debugging with Eclipse}}
 
* {{Varlink|Yocto Setup TFTP/NFS|{{#var:RELEASE_LINK}}|TFTP & NFS}}
 
* {{Varlink|Yocto Setup TFTP/NFS|{{#var:RELEASE_LINK}}|TFTP & NFS}}
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* [http://www.variscite.com/support/variscite-customer-portal '''Variscite Customer Portal'''] <br> Register at Variscite Customer Portal to get high quality engineering support for Variscite products
 
* [http://www.variscite.com/support/variscite-customer-portal '''Variscite Customer Portal'''] <br> Register at Variscite Customer Portal to get high quality engineering support for Variscite products
 
* [http://variscite.com/support-forum/index.php Variscite Support Forum]
 
* [http://variscite.com/support-forum/index.php Variscite Support Forum]
 
  
 
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* {{Varlink|Yocto_Build_Release|{{#var:RELEASE_LINK}}|'''Build Yocto from source code'''}}
 
* {{Varlink|Yocto_Build_Release|{{#var:RELEASE_LINK}}|'''Build Yocto from source code'''}}
 
* [[Yocto Common Errors|Yocto common build errors]]
 
* [[Yocto Common Errors|Yocto common build errors]]
* {{Varlink|Yocto Customizing kernel and uboot|{{#var:RELEASE_LINK}}|Customizing the Linux kernel and U-Boot}}
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* {{Varlink|Yocto Customizing U-Boot|{{#var:RELEASE_LINK}}|Customizing U-Boot}}
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* {{Varlink|Yocto Customizing the Linux kernel|{{#var:RELEASE_LINK}}|Customizing the Linux kernel}}
 
* {{Varlink|Yocto Toolchain installation|{{#var:RELEASE_LINK}}|Toolchain installation for out of Yocto builds}}
 
* {{Varlink|Yocto Toolchain installation|{{#var:RELEASE_LINK}}|Toolchain installation for out of Yocto builds}}
 
* {{Varlink|Yocto Build U-Boot|{{#var:RELEASE_LINK}}|Build U-Boot from source code}}
 
* {{Varlink|Yocto Build U-Boot|{{#var:RELEASE_LINK}}|Build U-Boot from source code}}
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* {{Varlink|Yocto U-Boot 4.1.15 features#Flashing NAND using U-Boot |{{#var:RELEASE_LINK}}|Burning Yocto binaries to NAND flash from U-Boot}}
 
* {{Varlink|Yocto U-Boot 4.1.15 features#Flashing NAND using U-Boot |{{#var:RELEASE_LINK}}|Burning Yocto binaries to NAND flash from U-Boot}}
 
* {{Varlink|Yocto U-Boot 4.1.15 features |{{#var:RELEASE_LINK}}|U-Boot features}}
 
* {{Varlink|Yocto U-Boot 4.1.15 features |{{#var:RELEASE_LINK}}|U-Boot features}}
* [[Adding yocto packages|Adding packages to Yocto]]
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* {{Varlink|Adding yocto packages|{{#var:RELEASE_LINK}}|Adding packages to Yocto}}
 
* [[Yocto_Linux_logo|Replace the Linux logo]]
 
* [[Yocto_Linux_logo|Replace the Linux logo]]
* {{Varlink|High Assurance Boot |{{#var:RELEASE_LINK}}|High Assurance Boot (HAB)}}
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* {{Varlink|High Assurance Boot |{{#var:RELEASE_LINK}}|Secure Boot / High Assurance Boot (HAB)}}
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{{#ifeq: {{#var:YOCTO_NAME}} | Morty ||* {{Varlink|SWUpdate Guide |{{#var:RELEASE_LINK}}|SWUpdate Guide}}}}
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{{#ifeq: {{#var:YOCTO_NAME}} | Thud |* [http://variwiki.com/index.php?title=imx_usb_loader&release=RELEASE_SUMO_V1.1_VAR-SOM-MX7 Booting from USB using the imx_usb_loader utility]|* {{Varlink|imx_usb_loader |{{#var:RELEASE_LINK}}|Booting from USB using the imx_usb_loader utility}}}}
  
 
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* [[IMX Backlight|Backlight]]
 
* [[IMX Backlight|Backlight]]
 
* [[IMX Bluetooth|Bluetooth]]
 
* [[IMX Bluetooth|Bluetooth]]
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* [[BlueZ5 and A2DP|Bluetooth A2DP]]
 
* [[IMX Bluetooth Obex|Bluetooth file transfer]]
 
* [[IMX Bluetooth Obex|Bluetooth file transfer]]
 
* [[IMX BLE|Bluetooth Low Energy]]
 
* [[IMX BLE|Bluetooth Low Energy]]
* [[BlueZ5 and A2DP|BlueZ5 and A2DP]]
 
 
* [[IMX CAN bus|CAN bus]]
 
* [[IMX CAN bus|CAN bus]]
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* [[IMX CSI|Camera]]
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* [[CPU freq and num of cores|CPU freq. and number of cores]]
 
* [[DART-6UL/VAR-SOM-MX7 Display|Display]]
 
* [[DART-6UL/VAR-SOM-MX7 Display|Display]]
 
* [[{{#var:HARDWARE_NAME}} Ethernet|Ethernet]]
 
* [[{{#var:HARDWARE_NAME}} Ethernet|Ethernet]]
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* [[{{#var:HARDWARE_NAME}} Eth MAC address|Ethernet MAC addresses]]
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* [[{{#var:HARDWARE_NAME}} UART|External UART]]
 
* [[{{#var:HARDWARE_NAME}} UART|External UART]]
 
* [[{{#var:HARDWARE_NAME}} GPIO|GPIO]]
 
* [[{{#var:HARDWARE_NAME}} GPIO|GPIO]]
 
</div>
 
<div style="width:50%; float: right;">
 
 
* [[{{#var:HARDWARE_NAME}} I2C|I2C]]
 
* [[{{#var:HARDWARE_NAME}} I2C|I2C]]
 
* [[IMX RTC|RTC]]
 
* [[IMX RTC|RTC]]
 
* [[DART-6UL SPI|SPI]]
 
* [[DART-6UL SPI|SPI]]
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* [[Static_IP_Address |Static IP address]]
 
* [[IMX_suspend|Suspend]]
 
* [[IMX_suspend|Suspend]]
 
* [[IMX USB Host|USB Host]]
 
* [[IMX USB Host|USB Host]]

Revision as of 16:47, 3 September 2019

VAR-SOM-MX7 Yocto Rocko

Yocto project is a framework for creating a Linux distributions for embedded devices. It's layering mechanism makes it easy to add Linux to new target devices highly customized for a particular platform; it can include custom start-up scripts, software packages built with a high degree of optimization for a particular architecture, and different user interfaces from full Gnome desktop to a simple a serial console. This release is based on Freescale/NXP Community BSP layer for Yocto framework. Variscite extends this layer to support its i.MX7 System On Modules.

Release version: rocko-fslc-4.9.11-mx7-v1.0