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We don't recommend duplicating eMMC /  clone from one device to another.
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There are few scripts that run at the first time at startup and configuration files are generated which are unique to the SOM.
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If you have packages, add your list of packages to build script,  while building roofs.
  
 
install git, and vim set the line to <br>
 
install git, and vim set the line to <br>
 
  readonly G_USER_PACKAGES="git vim" <br>
 
  readonly G_USER_PACKAGES="git vim" <br>
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If you have your application to be installed on your rootfs: <br>
 
If you have your application to be installed on your rootfs: <br>
Take https://github.com/varigit/debian-var/blob/debian_buster_var01/variscite/weston_rootfs.sh#L295 lines as an example and install your applications, <br>
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config files / settings etc. Don't forget to copy your resources to variscite folder.<br>
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Take https://github.com/varigit/debian-var/blob/debian_buster_var01/variscite/weston_rootfs.sh#L295 <br>
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lines as an example and install your applications, config files / settings etc. <br>
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Don't forget to copy your resources to variscite folder.<br>

Revision as of 01:39, 10 July 2020

We don't recommend duplicating eMMC / clone from one device to another. There are few scripts that run at the first time at startup and configuration files are generated which are unique to the SOM. If you have packages, add your list of packages to build script, while building roofs.

install git, and vim set the line to

readonly G_USER_PACKAGES="git vim" 

If you have your application to be installed on your rootfs:

Take https://github.com/varigit/debian-var/blob/debian_buster_var01/variscite/weston_rootfs.sh#L295
lines as an example and install your applications, config files / settings etc.
Don't forget to copy your resources to variscite folder.