Monday, 2017-05-15

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rheagarhi ,is there a way to make rootfs image with predifined softlink like /bin -> /usr/bin /lib->/usr/lib/, i see this in the newest fedora distro . thanks01:08
rheagari want to cut down the size of rootfs, move a lot of them to /usr,01:09
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rheagarhi ,is there a way to make rootfs image with predifined softlink like /bin -> /usr/bin /lib->/usr/lib/, i see this in the newest fedora distro . thanks02:36
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cornelgood morning05:28
cornelis there a way to check if a recipe exists?05:28
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cornelusing bitbake, that is05:29
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hamdyaeaHi, My yocto image created a partition /dev/sda and inside this partition is /dev/sda1 /dev/sda2 /dev/sda3 /dev/sda4. I used the .hddimg file to flash my sd card. My sd card is a 16 GB card. the problem I have is that /dev/sda is in total 2GO not 16 GO.06:40
hamdyaeaI tryed everything to exapnd my SD card but I can't06:40
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mckoangood morning06:47
mckoanhamdyaea: /dev/sda is a device, not a prtition06:48
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hamdyaeamckoan, : now I try to install  xfsprogs06:57
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hamdyaeamckoan, : the 4 partitions in /dev/sda are only 2 go and I can't resize them06:57
mckoanhamdyaea: go means GB, doesn't it?07:00
hamdyaeamckoan, : Yes but it's not the issue07:01
mckoanhamdyaea: the issue is to understand what you need07:01
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hamdyaeamckoan, : I need that my root file system is expand to use all my card07:02
hamdyaeamckoan, : I tryed many things but still I can't07:02
hamdyaeamckoan, : I want to try that
hamdyaeamckoan, : But I don't know wich one is my root root partition /dev/sda1 /dev/sda2 /dev/sd3 /dev/sd407:05
mckoanhamdyaea: what is your MACHINE ?07:06
hamdyaeamckoan, : intel64bit generic and I'm on branch jethro07:07
mckoanhamdyaea: I never used it, but you should have a loot at IMAGE_ROOTFS_EXTRA_SPACE option07:08
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hamdyaeamckoan : How can I know wich one is the root partition ?07:11
ChrysDhamdyaea : by deduction ahah.07:12
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hamdyaeaI will show you the output of fdisk /dev/sda and df -h07:14
ChrysDhamdyaea : What are the name of each partition you have ?07:14
ChrysDhamdyaea : Ok nice.07:15
hamdyaeathis is the fdisk result :
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hamdyaeathis is the df -h result07:16
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ChrysDyou miss the link for the df -h07:19
hamdyaeaChrysD, :
LetoThe2ndare you sure you are using XFS, or did you just pick it because it sounds like it will make your FS larger?07:23
hamdyaeaLetoThe2nd, : yes It was a mistake I tried but I don't have an XFS partition07:23
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ChrysDhamdyaea : the result is to much weird of what i usually have, and as i'm to newbie, sorry but i can't figure out which one it is. Mostly the partition which is the root partition is the one where the "/" is mounted on.07:24
LetoThe2ndstupid workaround upon more stupid workarounds.07:24
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hamdyaeaLetoThe2nd, : I try everything I find to expand my partition07:24
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LetoThe2ndwhich will all ultimately fail because of the realroot loopback mount that points into a FAT partition.07:25
LetoThe2nda complete and utter waste of time.07:25
hamdyaeaLetoThe2nd, : Maybe I have to try to add that :      IMAGE_ROOTFS_EXTRA_SPACE =07:26
hamdyaeaLetoThe2nd, : and the amount of space of the rest of the card07:26
LetoThe2ndthat might give you *SOME* extra space until you hit that FAT limits again. then it will fail too. just another workaround.07:26
hamdyaeaLetoThe2nd, : So what's the solution ?07:27
LetoThe2ndthe real solution is: create a wks script and have wic build your image custom tailored to the hardware.07:27
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PinkSnakeHi all, Sometimes i have some trouble during kernel module compilation: The module is not built successfully because of the kernel is not built first, I tried to add some DEPENDS rules but it's not better, if someone here has some tircks or advices please let me know :)07:29
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LetoThe2ndPinkSnake: you have inherit module in your recipe, right?07:32
top21Hello! I have a recipe building a bunch of shared libraries, with a custom builder. To build and run them I need zlib. During the do_rootfs, i have an error saying I'm copying zlib in a shared area where zlib already exists. But if I do not copy my own zlib, i have an error saying that no package provides zlib. Do someone have a clue on why ?07:33
LetoThe2ndtop21: well do you properly depend on zlib?07:34
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ChrysDLetoThe2nd : The simple fact of inhereting module and having in SRC_URI a makefile, does it build it ?07:34
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LetoThe2ndChrysD: i don't think so. but i'd expect it to properly set up the dependencies to the kernel being ready for a out of tree build first07:35
PinkSnake@LetoThe2nd yep if i build manualy virtual/kernel and rebuild module the issue is gone07:36
ChrysDLetoThe2nd : When you check to the poky directory with the kernel module example in recipes-kernel hello mod, in the recipe there is nothing than SRC_URI and inherit..07:36
PinkSnake@ChrysD normally yes07:36
LetoThe2ndPinkSnake: interesting. let me google it, but i'd actually expect it the work too.07:37
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LetoThe2ndChrysD: probably this does not work as expected:
LetoThe2ndah crap, PinkSnake ^^^^^^07:39
LetoThe2ndjust pondering who might know and explain this...07:40
PinkSnakean extract of error message
PinkSnake@ChrysD yes i think the same but dependencies are set : # This is instead of DEPENDS = "virtual/kernel" do_configure[depends] += "virtual/kernel:do_compile_kernelmodules"07:42
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LetoThe2ndbruce probably would know, but no idea if he's hanging out here.07:43
LetoThe2ndPinkSnake: i'd suggest to put this in a condensed form onto the mailing list07:43
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top21@LetoThe2nd I have a RDEPENDS_${PN} += " zlib" in my recipe, but i still have an error saying no package provides
LetoThe2ndtop21: hmhm. that pops up during the build, or when?07:49
top21Only during the do_rootfs when i'm building my final image07:49
ChrysDLetoThe2nd : Is it possible to do thins kind of function_append(){ function_append( ){somethings there ) } } ???07:49
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LetoThe2ndChrysD: ho idea.07:51
top21@LetoThe2nd the weird thing is that if I do not put a RDEPENDS in my recipe, and I copy my own in the target sysroot, I still have the same error07:52
ChrysDLetoThe2nd : thanks07:53
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LetoThe2ndtop21: randomly copying stuff back and forth is certainly wrong.07:54
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LetoThe2ndtop21: the quesiton still is: what triggers this message? when does it arise? i'm still trying to understand the problem.07:55
top21LetoThe2nd: During the do_rootfs of my image, when installing my package containing several shared libraries, it says : Can't install <my_package> no package provides libz.so07:57
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LetoThe2ndtop21: hm, ok. did you check that zlib gets built and installed properly? i see that the zlib recipe does some path optimization, so that *might* be conencted to your problem.08:00
top21LetoThe2nd: Okay I'll look into that, thx08:01
PinkSnake@top21 poky/meta/recipes-core/zlib/ is enabled in your project ?08:02
PinkSnake@LetoThe2nd you are too fast for me08:02
LetoThe2ndPinkSnake: if the recipe would be there, then the build would abort earlier during the dependency evaluation.08:03
LetoThe2ndtop21: so additionally, i'd look into your code how it tries to find zlib. is there some hardcoded things?08:03
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top21LetoThe2nd: Okay I'll do that too08:05
PinkSnake@LetoThe2nd +108:06
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top21LetoThe2nd: Nothing harcoded in the sources. But maybe my custom build system is doing something wrong08:09
LetoThe2ndtop21: have to admit, this would be my suspect #108:09
LetoThe2ndtop21: you could use ldd on your libs to verify that.08:10
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top21LetoThe2nd: it says needed shared library: libz.so08:16
hamdyaeaIMAGE_ROOTFS_EXTRA_SPACE = "11943040" I just add it to the local.conf to put more size to my sd card ?08:16
ChrysDhamdyaea : IMAGE_ROOTFS_SIZE doesn't work ?08:18
hamdyaeaChrysD, : I have to try it again I did some branch mistakes..08:19
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hamdyaeaChrysD, :
hamdyaeaChrysD, : I have the problem that I need an hddimg and it's maximal 4 go but 4 go is enough for what I do08:33
ChrysDhamdyaea : But why don't you do .wic ?08:33
hamdyaeaChrysD, : it don't work when I flash the .wic file the system don't boot08:35
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ed2hamdyaea: may I see your .wks file? Which MACHINE do you use?08:36
ed2hamdyaea: if you provide those and other details in a bug I hope I can fix the issue.08:37
hamdyaeaI'm working on this machine :
hamdyaeaed2, : Where can I find the .wks file ?08:38
ed2hamdyaea: which layers do you use?08:39
ed2hamdyaea: cat conf/bblayers.conf08:39
LetoThe2nded2: cat abuser! </SCNR>08:39
ed2hamdyaea: grep ^MACHINE conf/local.conf08:39
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ed2LetoThe2nd: ah come on!08:40
LetoThe2nded2: sorry. monday and i'm pre-fifth-coffee-mode.08:40
hamdyaearoot@debian:~# grep ^MACHINE /home/hamdy/master/poky/build/conf/local.conf08:41
hamdyaeaMACHINE = "intel-corei7-64"08:41
hamdyaeaLetoThe2nd, : The friday you're the same :P08:42
LetoThe2ndoO( ... *weeps silently and leaves*)08:42
ed2hamdyaea: $ grep WKS_FILE conf/machine/intel-corei7-64.conf08:43
ed2WKS_FILE ?= "systemd-bootdisk-uuid.wks"08:43
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ed2hamdyaea: you can see .wks this way: $ cat scripts/lib/wic/canned-wks/systemd-bootdisk-uuid.wks08:45
ed2LetoThe2nd: oops, I did it again :)08:45
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ed2hamdyaea: if you can show me kernel boot log I might be able to figure out what went wrong.08:46
LetoThe2nded2: i'm so shocked by the "root@..." that its fine. unless you meant to reference a certain USian pop singer in your last post.08:46
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hamdyaeaed2, : there are only those file not the systemd-bootdisk-uuid.wks : directdisk-gpt.wks  directdisk-multi-rootfs.wks  directdisk.wks  mkefidisk.wks  mkgummidisk.wks  mkhybridiso.wks  qemux86-directdisk.wks  sdimage-bootpart.wks08:48
hamdyaeaed2, : I will try to do a .wic again and burn it on my flash card08:48
ed2hamdyaea: theoretically it should boot. I'm interested in finding the reason why it doesn't.08:50
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hamdyaeaed2, : I just flash my card with the dd command, do I need something else ?08:51
ed2hamdyaea: that should be enough08:51
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ChrysDDoes someone know a good manual to use .bbappend ? I would like to override python functions.08:52
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LetoThe2ndbluelightning: ^^^^^08:56
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ChrysDmost of time i found documentation for patching a source from a recipe, but now modifying a recipe itself with .bbappend.09:00
ChrysDbut not *09:00
hamdyaeaed2, : now I have this error while flashing the .wic ERROR: No kickstart files from WKS_FILES were found: core-image-x11.wks. Please set WKS_FILE or WKS_FILES appropriately.09:00
bluelightningChrysD: by and large there is nothing special about bbappends - think of them as being pasted on the end of the recipe as the recipe is processed by bitbake09:01
ChrysDbluelightning : So if i would like to change a python function in a recipe, what shuold i write on my .bbappend ?09:02
ed2hamdyaea: you can't have them while flashing I believe. you probably have them while building your image.09:02
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hamdyaeaed2, : I am building the image it's an error when I build09:03
ChrysDbluelightning : the question is more focused on modifying a original recipe into a .bbappend then the bbappend itself.09:03
ed2hamdyaea: do you have meta-intel layer in your bblayers.conf?09:03
bluelightningjust write the function name again and your desired alternative contents09:03
ChrysDbluelightning : It's what I have done without any result09:04
hamdyaeaed2, : yes I have the meta-intel09:04
ChrysDbluelighting : I have write a .bbappend with the same name as my recipe, in the same kind of directories tree09:04
ChrysDbluelighting : the exact same function name also09:04
bluelightningChrysD: is it listed by bitbake-layers show-appends ?09:05
ChrysDbluelightning : yes of course09:06
ChrysDbluelightning : I think i know what is happening....09:06
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bluelightningright, ok so bitbake -e recipename | less and search for your function, what do you see?09:06
ChrysDbluelightning : there is already another bbappend for the same recipe as I do09:06
ed2hamdyaea: do you have WKS_FILE ?= "systemd-bootdisk-uuid.wks" line in meta-intel/conf/machine/intel-corei7-64.conf09:07
ed2hamdyaea: which poky/oe release do you use?09:07
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bluelightningChrysD: all appends will be applied if there are more than one, in ascending layer priority order09:07
ChrysDbluelightning : yeah but still it doesn't explain09:08
ChrysDlet me check bitbake -e09:08
hamdyaeaed2, : No I don't this is what I have :
ChrysDbluelightning : Because the other .bbappend does't affect the fucnction i wanted to change so it's not the problem09:09
ed2hamdyaea: looks like you're using old release where this functionality is not implemented yet.09:09
ed2hamdyaea: ok, let's do it another way.09:10
ed2hamdyaea: can you add WKS_FILE = "mkefidisk.wks" to your local.conf and try to build an image again?09:11
hamdyaeaed2, : I'm on jethro branch bevause I need old softs09:11
hamdyaeaed2, : Yes I do it09:12
ed2hamdyaea: and this one: IMAGE_FSTYPES += "wic"09:12
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ChrysDbluelightning : When i do bitbake -e , i see that the function i would like to overwrite have NONE inside it.09:14
ChrysDbluelightning : But when I plug the sdcard, it works as it is in the recipe... and i have changed DIRECTLY the recipe, and it make the change into the system.09:15
bluelightningChrysD: er, how does the SD card come into it sorry?09:17
ChrysDbluelightning : I wanted to patch a barebox environment09:17
ChrysDbluelightning : and the recipe set the environment09:17
ChrysDbluelightning : i would like to uncomment some lines from this files09:17
ChrysDbluelightning : When i change the recipe directly to uncomment it works.09:18
ChrysDbluelighting : but instead of changing directly the recipe, i would like in my own meta workspace, make the changes09:18
ChrysDbluelightning : but instead of changing directly the recipe, i would like in my own meta workspace, make the changes09:18
ChrysDbluelightning : But according to bitbake -e, the function is empty.09:19
bluelightningChrysD: can you pastebin your bbappend?09:19
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ChrysDbluelightning : maybe i'm getting the problem, if it is what i think it is, it's pretty stupid.09:22
bluelightningChrysD: well I'm still not sure what's going on, if you have an explanation then I'd be keen to hear it :)09:22
ChrysDbluelightning : my file :
ChrysDbluelightning : i think i had some problems with swap files and it didn't recored the changes into my file.... so very stupid.09:23
bluelightningChrysD: ah ok, at least you figured out the cause09:24
ChrysDbluelightning : That was the solution T_T sorry for making you loosing time !09:24
bluelightningno problem09:25
hamdyaeaed2, : Now I have some error messages :
ChrysDbluelightning : the append is done after parsing the recipe right ?09:26
bluelightningChrysD: effectively the contents are appended to the end of the recipe and then the result is parsed09:26
ChrysDbluelightning : if i would like to do modify some lines of a function instead of rewriting everything, could be a good way to do a python function which identify the line where to change and make the changes ?09:26
bluelightningChrysD: probably not worth the hassle09:27
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bluelightningChrysD: honestly though having massive blocks of file contents pasted in like it appears to isn't ideal, a better way to have done it in the original recipe would be to have the template as a file next to the recipe09:27
ChrysDbluelightning : Because pasting the same function, its work but maybe not readable, it could be " more beautiful " if i use python function to check the full line i would like to modify and give the result i want so that for somebody else understand what the bbappend do...09:27
ChrysDbluelightning : but good to know that the resulst after it is parsed, so that it should work.09:28
ChrysDbluelightning : thank you for your patience.09:28
ed2hamdyaea: can you add IMAGE_FSTYPES += " hddimg"09:28
ed2hamdyaea: and MACHINE_FEATURES_append = " efi"09:29
ed2and try again09:29
hamdyaeaed2, : yes ok09:29
ed2hamdyaea: i'm off for lunch.09:29
hamdyaeaed2, : thanks for the help09:29
hamdyaeaed2, : I leave the : IMAGE_FSTYPES += "wic" '09:30
hamdyaeaed2, : ?09:31
ChrysDI know that bitbake is made from python, but does we have all the " python " capabilities  ? Like could we use " for example " a function from a module and import it if we need it for a recipe ? Can we code inside of bitbake as it is a full featured python ?09:32
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bluelightningChrysD: certainly yes09:33
ChrysDbluelightning : Ok nice, so i guess the best is to use python function like a " replace" function for doing my modifications =)09:34
bluelightningChrysD: bitbake functions are (bitbake) variables so yes you can manipulate them as strings from anonymous python if you need to09:37
bluelightningdepending on what you're doing it may be less obvious what is going on rather than more...09:37
ChrysDbluelightning : So basically, doing a bbappend with a function to replace some text in a recipe file of the same name shuould works.09:38
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bluelightningChrysD: yes, if you use anonymous python function to do d.setVar(d.getVar('do_taskname').replace())  or similar09:42
bluelightningbut it'll probably be ugly09:42
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ChrysDbluelightning : So if you consider it ugly, what should be done ?09:43
bluelightningChrysD: use the style from the original recipe09:43
ChrysDbluelightning : In my case, i have a commented line which i would like to uncomment ?09:43
bluelightningright, just repeat it with it uncommented09:44
ChrysDbluelightning : yeah but its not readable09:44
bluelightningas I mentioned above the original recipe probably should have done this differently09:44
bluelightningit's as readable as the original recipe ;)09:44
ChrysDbluelightning : the python function have 40 lines, if i copy 40 lines somebody else could not notice the difference09:45
bluelightninghence why the original recipe shouldn't have been done like this09:45
ChrysDbluelightning : but if i do a kind of replace (" the commented line", "by the uncommented line" ) you see what is done09:45
bluelightningChrysD: you do have that option yes09:45
ChrysDbluelightning : because the recipe have been done with the purpose of changing it directly to the target09:45
ChrysDblueligthing : but i would like to change it directly to the image that's why09:46
ChrysDblueligtnhing : but i would like to change it directly to the image that's why09:46
bluelightningright, I guess I'm just explaining why you're in this situation and why the system doesn't have a direct way of doing what you want - it's because it's not been done properly in the original recipe09:46
ChrysDblueligthning : and for me is more readable to have a ligne with a python function like : "replace that line by that line ", instead of copying the full function again.09:46
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bluelightningChrysD: you can certainly do the replace, that will work09:47
ChrysDbluelightning : Yeah but for you it's not a best practice and i would like to know why ^^09:47
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ChrysDbluelightning : For me the .bbappend should show only the changes made by the bbappend, so that's why the replace function, instead of copy paste the full function with the modification.09:48
bluelightningideal best practice would be for the original recipe author to have the file as an actual file that can be replaced easily09:48
bluelightningthen you'd just supply your modified file in the bbappend09:49
bluelightningthat would be commonly accepted practice09:49
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ChrysDbluelightning :
ChrysDbluelightning : ah ok09:50
bluelightningwait a sec09:51
bluelightningcouldn't you just env_add() just the uncommented lines?09:51
bluelightningI'm assuming the order isn't that important09:51
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ChrysDbluelightning : i don't know what will be the effect of it09:52
ChrysDbluelightning : you mean, doing the "python function_append" and writing in it the " env_add() ?09:52
bluelightningthis env_add() is completely specific to this recipe so I don't know either, but it would be worth trying as it would be the simplest way if it works09:52
bluelightningChrysD: yes09:52
ChrysDbluelightning : yeah it worth a try09:52
ChrysDbluelightning : in that case should be a do_env_append_phyboard....._append() ?09:54
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ChrysDbluelightning : but if i do a env_add() for the same file, i don't know if it will overwrite it, i will check09:55
bluelightningChrysD: no, the append bit is already there - it's conditional on phyboard...09:55
bluelightningChrysD: I'm assuming "env_add" means add this, rather than take this as the entire contents, but I haven't looked at the function09:56
ChrysDbluelightning : yeah i will check it but thanks really for your help09:56
ChrysDbluelightning : because when you see env_add, it's for adding a env file more than content that's why i'm wondering, but i'm bitbaking it09:57
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picklesHello all09:57
picklesI have been working on getting debian running in a chroot on my eink kindle paperwhite 3 and am happy to report that I can now successfully launch openbox09:58
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picklesBut my progress has stalled due to the fact i have no keyboard input. Left and right click work out the box, I have installed and launched matchbox-keyboard from autostart but openbox doesn't seem to be listening to my virtual keyboard. Any ideas?09:58
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LetoThe2ndpickles: to what extent is this related to the topic of this channel, if i might ask?09:59
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picklesWell, I was looking at using the matchbox window manager in place of openbox. I have been reading a bit about it and this seems to be closer to what I am actually needing, the problem is that it just produce a blank screen. I can get the keyboard to open under openbox, that is about where I stand10:02
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LetoThe2ndpickles: you are aware that our discussion mainly evolves around custom distributions built with openembedded and the process of actually creating them?10:03
LetoThe2ndpickles: TBH, I'd say you should be better off in a debian channel.10:03
ChrysDbluelightning : it overwrite it :s10:04
ChrysDbluelightning : but i rewrite the entire file, it will be better10:04
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rj_Hey, does anyone know how i could install a binary .run file with a recipe?10:07
LetoThe2ndrj_: "depends"10:07
rj_LetoThe2nd: as in, in the recipe file i should put it as dependency?10:09
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LetoThe2ndrj_: no. it "depends". mainly on what the script actually wants to do.10:09
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rj_LetoThe2nd: Ah, it's a driver install script for a camera10:10
LetoThe2ndrj_: if in the worst case, it wants to unpack and do some native compilation, then you'd have to manually rip it apart and replicate the whole installation procedure in a platform-independent manner10:10
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LetoThe2ndrj_: generally, about *ANYTHING* is superior to repackaging binary upstream scripts.10:11
rj_LetoThe2nd: Hmm, what about the installer shell script that is inside the binary, would that be easily turned in to a recipe script?10:12
rj_LetoThe2nd: or wouldnt that change anything as it is still doing the same thing?10:13
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LetoThe2ndrj_: again, "depends"10:13
LetoThe2ndrj_: if it is only dumping a binary file at a known location, then there's no magic involved. but usually those scripts do nasty things, in nasty ways. read: not cross-compile aware, not image-building aware.10:14
rj_LetoThe2nd: Alright, then i think it'll be a lot of work to get it to work as a recipe ...10:15
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LetoThe2ndrj_: thats very well possible.10:17
rj_LetoThe2nd:Although, now i'm looking at the install script. It's mostly install commands. It doesn't really seem to compile anything10:18
* LetoThe2nd hands rj_ a "depends" for the fourth time, if counted correctly.10:18
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chris144|acuranahi folks, anybody seen this: | ../ext/ undefined reference to `db_create_rpmdb'10:39
chris144|acuranawhen building libsolv; actually it was building meta-toolchain10:39
chris144|acuranait happens with libsolv 0.6.2610:41
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ed2hamdyaea: yes, you should keep 2 previous lines and add 2 more (hddimg and efi).10:49
ed2hamdyaea: did it work for you?10:49
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neverpanicchris144|acurana: IIRC libsolv has a bunch of code specific to certain packaging systems; are you using RPM?10:54
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chris144|acurananeverpanic: actually yes, but let me check something, hold on....10:56
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chris144|acurananeverpanic: ok, it should be "deb" in the conf file. I am just doing a new meta-toolchain, configuration in local.conf was not correct.10:59
chris144|acurananeverpanic: thanks, you made my day :-)10:59
chris144|acurananeverpanic: I'll file a bug some time. package_rpm in the local.conf should work too.10:59
chris144|acurananeverpanic: BTW: I am using the master branch11:00
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rburtonoe-core/poky master is about to get really "exciting" so if you mean that i'd switch to a release branch11:04
rburtonpyro released over the weekend \o/11:04
LetoThe2ndsaw the mail, yes..11:05
* LetoThe2nd celebrates.11:05
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hamdyaeaed2, : No, I have a problem with the .wic
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hamdyaeaed2 : If I try that  ?
ed2hamdyaea: hm. can you show me the output of this command: find /home/hamdy/master/poky/build/tmp/work/intel_corei7_64-poky-linux/core-image-x11/1.0-r0/core-image-x11-1.0/hddimg/11:10
ed2hamdyaea: yes, you can try that, but it's essentially the same11:11
hamdyaeaed2,  : find: `/home/hamdy/master/poky/build/tmp/work/intel_corei7_64-poky-linux/core-image-x11/1.0-r0/core-image-x11-1.0/hddimg/': No such file or directory11:11
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ed2hamdyaea: did you enable hddimg as I suggested earlier?11:12
hamdyaeaed2, : Yes and I add the hddimg image builded but an error with the .wic11:13
ed2hamdyaea: can you show your local.conf?11:14
ed2hamdyaea: wic is trying to use hddimg directory, which should be created if you have 'hddimg' in IMAGE_FSTYPES. I don't understand why it doesn't exist in your setup.11:16
neverpanicchris144|acurana: always happy to help11:16
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ed2hamdyaea: wild guess: do you have rm_work enabled?11:17
chris144|acurananeverpanic: thanks again!11:17
ed2hamdyaea: do you have INHERIT += "rm_work" in your config?11:17
hamdyaeaed2, : Yes should I remove it ?11:18
ed2yes, please, comment it out, remove tmp and rebuild11:18
hamdyaeaed2, : OK I try it11:19
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hamdyaeaed2 : So now I will have hours to wait11:25
ed2hamdyaea: no, you shouldn't.11:26
ed2hamdyaea: if you're using sstate11:26
ed2hamdyaea: everything will be taken from there11:26
hamdyaeaed2 : Yes now i'm a tasks 5157 of 5630 so it's ok11:27
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hamdyaeaed2, : I have the same problem :
hamdyaeaed2, : I don't know why I have this issue now with the wic format11:32
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ed2hamdyaea: don't worry. we'll find out why :)11:33
ed2hamdyaea: can you remove wic from IMAGE_FSTYPES and try again?11:34
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ed2after build is done you should see .hddimg under tmp/deploy/… and hdd directory somewhere under tmp/work/11:35
hamdyaeaed2, : OK I try it but I think it will work, the only problem is I can't expand the hddimg to use all my sd card11:36
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ed2halfhalo: did you try to set IMAGE_ROOTFS_EXTRA_SPACE ?11:40
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rburtonhddimgs have a hard size limit11:40
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rburtonyou can work around it by installing the hddimg from a usb stick to a SD on the target11:41
rburtoniirc the install writes a full-disk partition11:41
ed2hamdyaea: or by using wic, which we're trying to do.11:42
rburtonyeah using wic makes everything better :)11:42
ed2rburton: yeah, when it works :)11:43
LetoThe2ndno, döts and glitter make everything better. buts that more like heavy metal topic.11:43
hamdyaeaed2, : now I wait the build..11:44
ed2hamdyaea: what did you do?11:45
hamdyaeaed2, : Comment the IMAGE_FSTYPES wic11:46
ed2halfhalo: it shouldn't take long to build11:47
hamdyaeaed2, : The build is finish I have an iso, a hddimg an ext411:47
hamdyaeaed2, : Now I put back the wic and I try it ?11:47
ed2hamdyaea: can you show me the output of this command: find ./tmp -name hddimg -type d11:48
hamdyaeaed2, : ./tmp/work/intel_corei7_64-poky-linux/core-image-x11/1.0-r0/core-image-x11-1.0/hddimg11:49
ed2hamdyaea: interesting.11:50
ed2hamdyaea: wic create mkefidisk -e core-image-x1111:50
hamdyaeaed2, : I try it11:51
ed2rburton: any chance to merge ?11:51
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rburtonyeah in the queue :)11:52
rburtonmut is "a bit" long after the freeze11:52
rburtonworking through the last few snags of the next batch now11:52
ed2rburton: ok, thanks. no rush here. I just thought it's somehow forgotten.11:52
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hamdyaeaed2, : The wic create is finish without error11:53
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hamdyaeaed2, : So now what can I do with it ?11:54
ed2hamdyaea: ok, the problem may be in the order of image types. Can you try IMAGE_FSTYPES += 'hddimg wic', remove tmp and rebuild?11:54
hamdyaeaed2, : OK I try it11:55
ed2hamdyaea: we're almost there. A bit of patience and we'll figure this out.11:55
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T_UNIXwhat's the supposed way to share a .dts between kernel and barebox?12:03
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T_UNIXI'd go and use CONFIG_BUILTIN_DTB... configuration fragment. I need to provide the corresponding dts but am trying to avoid a duplicate (i.e. kernel/files/foo.dts and barebox/files/foo.dts).12:06
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hamdyaeaed2, : Now I just wait Currently 2 running tasks (5157 of 5630):12:09
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hamdyaeaed2, : It finaly faild :
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ed2hamdyaea: looks like a bug to me. never mind. we'll find the way. give me a sec.12:15
ed2hamdyaea: let's first check if wic image works for you, i.e. if you can increase the size to fill your sd card.12:18
ed2hamdyaea: remove wic from IMAGE_FSTYPES, rebuild, then run wic create mkefidisk -e core-image-x1112:19
hamdyaeaed2, : OK I do it12:19
ed2hamdyaea: it will produce an image. you can flash it to sd and try to boot.12:19
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ed2halfhalo: if it boots I'll tell you how to proceed further12:21
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hamdyaeaed2, : it's done, how can I flash my card now ? with wich file ?12:30
ed2hamdyaea: 1Info: The new image(s) can be found here:12:31
ed22  /var/tmp/wic/build/mkefidisk-201705151428-sda.direct12:31
ed2hamdyaea: dd if=/var/tmp/wic/build/ of=/dev/sdX ….12:32
hamdyaeaed2, : I saw it but I don't know what's a .direct. OK I flash it.12:32
ed2hamdyaea: btw, which linux distro do you use?12:32
hamdyaeaed2, : Debian jessie12:33
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hamdyaeaed2, : my card is flashed I test it12:34
ed2hamdyaea: you can use bmap-tools instead of dd to speed up flashing. as you're going to have big images you can flash much faster than using dd.12:35
ed2hamdyaea: not now probably. Let's finish this excercise first :)12:35
hamdyaeaed2, : The system don't boot12:36
ed2hamdyaea: can you show boot log?12:37
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hamdyaeaed2, : OK12:37
hamdyaeaed2, : There is no logs, the system simply don't boot12:38
ed2hamdyaea: can you show me what's on the boot partition of it?12:39
ed2hamdyaea: mount /dev/sdX1 /mnt && find /mnt/12:39
hamdyaeaed2, : But from wich computer ? it simply not booted12:40
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hamdyaeaed2, : I connect the card to my computer and try this command ?12:40
ed2hamdyaea: yep12:40
ed2hamdyaea: you should replace /dev/sdX with your device name12:41
hamdyaeaed2, : this is the result :
ed2hamdyaea: looks good so far. cat /mnt/EFI/BOOT/grub.cfg12:43
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ed2hamdyaea: do you have access to the BIOS? does it support EFI boot? is it enabled?12:45
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hamdyaeaed2, : this is the result :
hamdyaeaed2, : I look at the bios12:46
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ed2hamdyaea: now i see what's going on. Can you show your .wks? cat ../scripts/lib/wic/canned-wks/mkefidisk.wks12:47
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hamdyaeaed2, : In the bios I have foud nothing about the efi I think it's not supported12:55
ed2hamdyaea: ok, then let's switch to non-efi .wks12:56
hamdyaeaed2, : this is the result of the cat :
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ed2hamdyaea: wic create  directdisk -e core-image-x1112:59
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hamdyaeaed2, : now I flash the .direct13:01
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hamdyaeaed2, : it's booted but It don't seems to use all the card13:07
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ed2hamdyaea: good. now you can make it bigger. you can specify partition sizes using —size <size> in .wks file13:09
ed2hamdyaea: you can also create separate partition for data if you prefer not to use root partition for everything13:09
hamdyaeaed2, : the network card also don't connect to my network13:09
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ed2hamdyaea: I'd recommend creating your own .wks file13:10
hamdyaeaed2, : in my local.conf I added that to make work my network card : MACHINE = "intel-corei7-64"13:10
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ed2hamdyaea: yep, wic used rootfs prepared by your build. whatever you configured should be there.13:12
ed2hamdyaea: btw, you don't need to add efi to MACHINE_FEATURES as you're not using it13:13
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ed2hamdyaea: as for networking problem I'd suggest to use latest poky and meta-intel. wic images are built by default there and hopefully contain everything you need.13:21
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Guest11289Hi there - i am looking for a combination like this: low cost controller like vybrid from NXP with yocto linux (with preempt-patch) for the dual core running .NET Core onto the yocto linux OS to enable .Net Framework. The real time HMI Application will be written with C# and the HMI with XAML or HTML513:28
Guest11289Is this allready possible?13:28
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LetoThe2ndGuest11289: certainly nothing readymade.13:34
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LetoThe2ndGuest11289: it doesn't sound impossible, but very special, so you'd probably find a som vendor that is willing to support it for you.13:35
pedr0_hi everybody, would anybody help me in changing a unit systemd file in my Yocto build ?13:36
rburtonGuest11289: there's a .net layer at so thats the software bit sorted, you just need to sort out the hardware support13:36
pedr0_I need to customize the command line option given to networkd-wait-online service13:36
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LetoThe2ndGuest11289: especially "real time hmi application in c#" has a boatload of obstacles, doubt that anybody is willing to guarantee that OOTB.13:37
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pedr0_but I can't even find the file in my YOCTO tree .. I am naively searching for find ./ -regex '.*\.service'  | grep online but I can't find anything13:38
Guest11289Thx rburton13:39
Guest11289@LetoThe2nd As i understood .NET Core, the compiler will create machine code not interpretable code. Based on my understanding, real time app with C# can be possible13:41
LetoThe2ndGuest11289: i did not say impossible :-) but just having native code and a preempt rt kernel does not automagically make anything realtime. and if there is custom drivers involved, things get even more fishy13:42
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LetoThe2ndGuest11289: so your best bet is really to look for some system vendor that says "we sell you this RT-enabled .NET thing" and get it.13:43
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Guest11289LetoThe2nd: I'll try to, thanxs13:43
ChrysDHaving two boards that communicate, with one having a OS and another with a RTOS, is most of the time the best solution if realtime is very critical.13:44
LetoThe2ndChrysD: it "depends"13:44
hamdyaeaed2, : I will try to connect with ssh and resize it13:44
ChrysDLetoThe2nd : I don't think that xenomai for example is enough reliable when timing is critical.13:45
LetoThe2ndChrysD: it "depends"13:45
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ChrysDLetoThe2nd : ye?13:46
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LetoThe2ndChrysD: absolutely. saying that something "is reliable" or "is not reliable" without knowing any context, and the assumptions people make based on the expression "realtime" is totally useless13:47
ChrysDLetoThe2nd : I said " critical",  but didn't say that impossible13:47
LetoThe2ndChrysD: no. you said "LetoThe2nd : I don't think that xenomai for example is enough reliable when timing is critical." given that sence, you imply that any application that has any form of "critical" realtime constraints cannot be implemented using xenomai13:49
LetoThe2ndChrysD: its all assumptions over assumptions. what do you define to be "critical". what do you define to be "realtime"13:49
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ChrysDLetoThe2nd : I know what you mean.13:51
pedr0_folks, would you know what are the needed steps to customize a systemd-* unit file in a YOCTO build ?13:52
ChrysDLetoThe2nd : You can screw even with a saw.13:52
LetoThe2ndChrysD: so, without knowing the actual problem, my opinion is that anything one could say about suited for RT or no or whatever is totally worthless.13:53
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LetoThe2ndpedr0_: by looking at the systemd recipes, my guess is that the file just does not come from the poky build, but from systemd source itself13:55
LetoThe2ndpedr0_: as networkd is generated as a subpackage of systemd. so you'd have to either patch it for your case, or modify on the fly, or something like that.13:56
pedr0_does it look like the right folder to look at ?13:57
pedr0_is there a guide of this subpackaging or patching ?13:57
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LetoThe2ndpedr0_: googling it a bit confirms that this comes from upstream.13:58
pedr0_therefore I need to write a patch which modifies the downloaded files - don't I ?13:59
nrossipedr0_: is there not a way to provide unit overrides in systemd using "/etc/systemd/<service>.service.d/<??>.conf" or similar?14:00
LetoThe2ndpedr0_: thats one option, exactly.14:00
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LetoThe2ndthe logic must be hidden somewhere in
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LetoThe2ndbut i don't have the time to dig through that at the moment14:01
pedr0_sure, thanks a lot anyway14:01
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nrossipedr0_: yer, so if you don't mind the overrides being processed at run time you can use the "drop-in" files directories in /etc/, see and search for "drop-in".14:05
hamdyaeaed2, : Now my system use all the card (15go) But /dev/root only 1.7 GO : /dev/root       1.7G  1.4G  224M  86% /14:05
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hamdyaeaed2, : How can I resize it ?14:05
LetoThe2ndif its a very simple change, maybe even a bbappend that postinstall-modifies the file suffices. like a sed.14:06
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ed2hamdyaea: you can use —size in .wks file to set partition size14:06
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ed2hamdyaea: or —extra-space or —overhead-factor14:07
ed2hamdyaea: wic help kickstart14:07
hamdyaeaed2 : OK thanks14:08
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pedr0_nrossi: thanks I am having a look14:13
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pedr0_but I can't find the main recipe which specifies the URL where systemd is cloned from14:14
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pedr0_I have got a systemd_225.bb14:15
hamdyaeaed2, : I use like this ? wic kickstart --size 15G then wic create mkefidisk -e  core-image-x11 ?14:18
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hamdyaeaed2, : i modified the wks with nano to see now14:20
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ed2hamdyaea: yes, you should modify .wks. BTW, It's better to create separate .wks file14:23
ed2hamdyaea: you can use it locally or add to your layer if you have one.14:24
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hamdyaeaed2, : Thanks I try to do it now14:27
ChrysDWhat does "install -d" do ? thanks.14:29
ed2hamdyaea: if you want to use it locally you should run wic this way: wic create ./<path to wks file> -e core-image-x1114:29
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hamdyaeaed2, : yes I see14:29
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ed2hamdyaea: btw, how are you going to use that extra space?14:29
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ed2hamdyaea: you can create empty partition and use that if you want. It's safer than using root partition.14:31
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ChrysDdoes install -d is doing to the target as mkdir is done on linux systems ?14:32
ed2hamdyaea: and don't forget about bmap-tools. It will save you a lot of flashing time.14:32
LetoThe2nded2: which actually would create a couple between wks and recipes, if the fstab is modified accordly, right?14:32
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LetoThe2ndChrysD: the crucial point is that install can set owner and mode:
ed2LetoThe2nd: not sure I understood, sorry. can you elaborate? I don't see how it would create coupling.14:34
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LetoThe2nded2: once you add an additional partition for data, you gotta tell the system how to use it - which usually is some form of fstab entry.14:34
ed2LetoThe2nd: wic modifies fstab to get partitions mounted automatically, yes.14:34
LetoThe2nded2: aaaaah now that was the missing piece. thx.14:35
ChrysDLetoThe2nd : Thanks. So we can copy with install ? Because in most example i see the use of cp14:35
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LetoThe2ndChrysD: for the sake of reproductible owners and rights, you should use install - thats my understanding.14:36
ChrysDLetoThe2nd : yeah i know, it was i use to copy " a file " but everytime i see in internet example to copy a "directory " cp -r is prefered instead. So I wanted to know more about the "install " function. But thanks.14:37
LetoThe2ndChrysD: the main difference is if you want to copy a directory recursively, or not. cp can do it, install can't AFAIK14:38
ChrysDLetoThe2nd : ohhh so that's the point.14:38
LetoThe2nd(but don't call me out if that was wrong, just as far as i remember it)14:38
ChrysDLetoThe2nd : ;)14:39
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pedr0_ is there a recipe which uses systemd drop-in that I can use as an example ?14:52
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hamdyaeaI have nothing in my mkefidisk.wks is it normal ?15:14
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Crofton|workis there a complete idiots guide to adapting your image to rpi-3 and creating bootable media?16:11
CTtpollardadd meta-raspberrypi to you bitbake build?16:12
CTtpollardset machine = raspberrypi316:13
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CTtpollardflash the sdimg to an sd card16:13
CTtpollard(thing will probably going wrong :) )16:13
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Crofton|workno sdimage :)16:17
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Crofton|workCTtpollard, I can't believe tlwoerner would let anything go wrong16:22
tlwoernerCrofton|work: i'm not a meta-raspberrypi maintainer (yet?)16:24
Crofton|workyou seem to pay attention :)16:24
tlwoernerin any case there should be a .rpi-sdimg in tmp/deploy/images/raspberrypi3 ?16:24
tlwoernerCrofton|work: thank you :-)16:25
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Crofton|workIMAGE_FSTYPES_append_raspberrypi3 = " rpi-sdimg.xz"16:29
Crofton|workI had to put this in local.conf16:29
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Crofton|workok, now I just need an actual borad16:45
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tlwoernerCrofton|work: for bonus points you could also try setting MACHINE to raspberrypi3-6416:51
Crofton|workI need something to work first16:53
Crofton|workwill 2d display work for that?16:53
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rburtoned2: your git ls series doesn't apply for me, does it depend on anything else?  (alternatively i've something locally it conflcits with)18:12
ed2rburton: yes, it depends on argparse series.18:14
rburtonoh its failing in selftest for some reason18:15
ed2rburton: tests probably wouldn't apply without generic EFI series18:15
rburtonalready got the argparse ones18:15
rburtonah yes, there it is18:15
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ed2rburton: may i see how it failed tests?18:16
ed2rburton: i run all wic tests before sending for review and they all passed.18:16
ed2rburton: i have all my patches in ed/wic/wip. you can pick them up from there if you want.18:17
rburtonmerging, i mean.  no doubt because of the efi stuff.18:17
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majukHey friends. Can someone tell me, I am building a system for an ARM7 device. I want to include gcc to compile programs on/for the system. Should I be using the 'gcc' or 'gcc-arm-none-eabi-native' recipe?21:07
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Crofton|worktry the tools-sdk IMAGE_FEATURE :)21:09
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sobczyk_was there any success at crossing for windows? I've found meta-mingw, but that's for creating an sdk21:19
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majukCrofton|work: Thanks!21:33
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rschaefeIs there anyway to include a full rootfs in an SDK installer? Its my understanding that only dynamic libraries and other developement requirements are included in the SDK22:34
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bluelightningrschaefe: what the aim of that?22:42
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rschaefeTo have everything needed to create a final image in one spot. I can build the application using the SDK, but then also need to grab the rootfs seperately in order to create the final image with the application included.22:46
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bluelightningrschaefe: well, the extensible SDK can build images including any application(s) that you're working on, maybe worth a try22:47
rschaefeThanks I'll give it a look!22:49
rschaefeAlso, I meant "create the final rootfs with the application included". Currently I'm building linux and u-boot outside of the yocto project22:50
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bluelightningrschaefe: ah ok, for the eSDK to be able to build an image I think you'd need to be building those things within the build system23:20
bluelightningthough it might depend on your partition setup, if the rootfs and kernel image are separate and the rootfs contains no kernel modules then you might get away with it23:21
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rschaefeWhat's the best way, if there is one, for using yocto only for the rootfs and sdk?23:23
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rschaefebluelightning: I think eventually I'll include the kernel and u-boot in the build, but for now am only using it for the rootfs and sdk generation23:25
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