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Latest revision as of 12:06, 10 November 2021


DART-MX8M Debian Buster 10

Debian project is a Linux distributions for embedded devices. Debian big varities of pre-built packages and easy to customization provides rapid prototyping with minimal efforts. This release is based on NXP BSP from Yocto and Debian 10 core libraries. Variscite adds packages and configuration support its DART-MX8M System On Module.
Release version: buster-4.14.78-mx8m-v2.0

General
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Programming
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How-to
Test and use an Interface

Notes:

  • In any "How-to" steps where manual steps to be executed on the target are mentioned, either the serial port or via ssh.
  • If a certain interface require changes in the kernel code, then after those changes are done the kernel image and device tree dtbs needs to be rebuilt and flashed on the SOM.