Difference between revisions of "DART-6UL Yocto Jethro R1"

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===Build Yocto, Linux and u-boot===
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* [https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1p3xiM_Fxfx4YomGjPkqd0KRq4xyiWIu26vvPhidNtvk/pubhtml Release Notes]
 
* [https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1p3xiM_Fxfx4YomGjPkqd0KRq4xyiWIu26vvPhidNtvk/pubhtml Release Notes]
 
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* [[VAR-SOM-MX6_Yocto Common Errors|Yocto common build errors</span>]]
 
* [[VAR-SOM-MX6_Yocto Common Errors|Yocto common build errors</span>]]
 
* [[DART-6UL Yocto Fido R1 Build Linux out of tree|Build Linux Kernel from source code]]
 
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* [[DART-6UL Yocto Fido R1 Customizing kernel and uboot |Customizing kernel and uboot]]
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* [[DART-6UL NAND Flash Burning | Burning Yocto binaries to NAND Flash via SD-Card]]
 
* [[DART-6UL NAND Flash Burning | Burning Yocto binaries to NAND Flash via SD-Card]]
 
* [[DART-6UL Yocto Flash From Net|Burning Yocto binaries to NAND Flash via Ethernet TFTP]]
 
* [[DART-6UL Yocto Flash From Net|Burning Yocto binaries to NAND Flash via Ethernet TFTP]]

Revision as of 18:32, 10 August 2016

DART-6UL Yocto Jethro R1
DART-6UL Yocto Jethro R1 Yocto project is a framework for creating Linux distributions for embedded devices. Its 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.

Freescale i.MX joined the Yocto Project community providing a release based on the Yocto Project framework. Variscite extend this framework to support our i.MX6 System On a Modules.

Release version: imx_4.1.15_6ul_ga-var01

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