Tuesday, 2020-01-21

bcrannm, I read the contributor guidelines and submitted a patch to the meta-virtualization mailing list/group.00:00
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zeddiiRP: cool, so that’s good to merge in isolation. I will post the rest of the series and note the known issues. Maybe I’ll get some interest in them. HA!02:12
C-o-r-EHello yocto friends!02:22
C-o-r-EI would like to generate an image that has both a normal kernel zImage and a zImage with initramfs. Any suggestions on how to do that?02:22
C-o-r-EThe docs seem to indicate that the usual aproach involves chosing one or the other02:23
khemC-o-r-E: how do you plan to boot it ?02:49
khemperhaps look into wic image creator02:49
C-o-r-Ekhem: with u-boot02:55
C-o-r-Ei'm more wondering about the recipe and task relationships... since you would need an image to be built before you can add it to the zImage02:57
C-o-r-Ebut to build an image, you need virtual-kernel which implies that you already need to build zImage from some linux recipe02:58
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yoctiNew news from stackoverflow: Nvidia Jetson Nano with docker <https://stackoverflow.com/questions/59716205/nvidia-jetson-nano-with-docker>07:21
PinkSnakeHello guys, after Yocto update to Zeus branch, i cannot build anymore a cutom binary (based on autotools) because of opencv version is 4.0.1 and all libraries has been moved to /usr/include/opencv4/opencv2 ... , any idea ?07:32
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LetoThe2ndPinkSnake: like i said, fix package07:33
LetoThe2ndpkg-config is your friend07:33
PinkSnakeYes, I have already set DEPENDS=" opencv", but the configure step still stuck "No package 'opencv' found07:35
LetoThe2ndagain, look at configure.ac and Makefile.am to make sure pkg-config is evaluated properly07:38
PinkSnakeI have to fix PKG_CHECK_MODULES first isn't it ?07:38
PinkSnakeif the package is not found no chance to build07:39
LetoThe2ndthen the next step is to find out if opencv changed something there.07:40
PinkSnakethe big change is opencv 3.4 -> to 4.0.1 and all prefix pathes change07:41
LetoThe2ndbut maybe they also changed the pkgconfig nmae?07:41
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LetoThe2ndstart a devshell for your package maybe and start poking pkgconfig there.07:43
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LetoThe2ndpoll here: https://twitter.com/YoctoThe/status/121951599528863334407:47
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LetoThe2nd(will repeat a couple of times over the day. you have been warned)07:47
kriiveWhy can't I select them all ? :c07:51
LetoThe2ndkriive: no idea, ask twitter.07:51
yoctiNew news from stackoverflow: How to compile c++ files using Makefile <https://stackoverflow.com/questions/59836045/how-to-compile-c-files-using-makefile>07:51
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kriivegrrrr twitter07:52
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stuom1can i vote somewhere else but twitter :P08:06
LetoThe2ndstuom1: you can just fix bugs and see what happens!08:07
stuom1I fixed one bug already, now I'm waiting for my prize08:09
LetoThe2ndstuom1: as you can see, were in the process of deciding on which prize you'll get :)08:10
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kriiveGuys I don't really get the difference between bitbake core-image-minimal -c populate_sdk_ext and bitbake meta-toolchain-qt508:28
kriiveWouldn't the first also include Qt stuff? Like qmake, libs...08:29
kriiveOk, already found the answer by myself, should fine tune my google search next time before calling it quit08:32
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qschulzLetoThe2nd: on a personal level, I don't care too much about recognition (c.f. your tweet). But I was writting the "new release of Linux kernel, here are our contributions, we did Xth in contributions in commits and Yth in lines as a company" in my previous company08:44
qschulzLetoThe2nd: and I guess you can have kind of a free ad for Yocto with that kind of articles every ~6 months08:45
qschulzCompanies usually like to boast their contributions. Attract people interested in upstreaming stuff and show "we're among the good guys"08:46
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LetoThe2ndqschulz: click "contrib ranking" then, because thats exactly what it means08:57
LetoThe2ndqschulz: but twitter limits the selections to 25 characters, so i had to be really brief.08:58
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qschulzLetoThe2nd: I just meant that it wouldn't encourage me to contribute on a personal level. Company level is a different thing, especially the consulting companies.09:06
qschulzLetoThe2nd: I clicked before I asked :)09:06
LetoThe2ndqschulz: :)09:07
qschulzRP: coming from the Linux kernel community, what I'm missing for the few patches I contributed is the lack of review (we don't have to be as nitpick-y as in the kernel though :) ) and the one thing that annoys me most is I don't know if a patch was merged or not if I don't check myself in the git repo. Kernel maintainers *usually* (not all, not always) send a prepared mail saying the patch is now merged.09:10
qschulzand I think the project is struggling because upgrading Yocto is not as critical as upgrading the kernel and people are ready to take the maintenance burden on themselves since upgrades are so rare, it's also usually easier to maintain them compared to the kernel since there's no rebasing involved, just quickly testing.09:12
qschulz(just giving my 2¢, YP is technically the 3rd community I'm joining after the kernel and u-boot, so all new to those things, not a lot of experience, etc.)09:13
LetoThe2ndqschulz: interesting that you're mentioning u-boot and the kernel. my minor contributions to the kernel and u-boot were just the reverse. never got an acceptance mail from the kernel. got them from u-boot, however very late as the patches were super small and not urgent.09:15
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qschulzLetoThe2nd: which subsystem for the kernel patches?09:18
LetoThe2ndqschulz: some board support, minor drm09:18
LetoThe2ndqschulz: but all in all, really minor. i mostly have drive-by fixes to submit.09:18
qschulzThen maybe I was lucky enough to fall in the "nice" subsystems :)09:18
qschulzforget about the comparison then. let's say that I appreciate knowing if my patches are taken or not, and I appreciate the reviews because it is in some forms knowledge sharing.09:20
LetoThe2ndqschulz: thats a good conclusion, yes.09:21
yoctiNew news from stackoverflow: Yocto: check final content of MACHINE_FEATURES <https://stackoverflow.com/questions/59837477/yocto-check-final-content-of-machine-features>09:22
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PinkSnakeLetoThe2nd pkg-config failed but headers has been deployed in /tmp/work/cortexa9t2hf-neon-poky-linux-gnueabi/bin/1.0-r0/recipe-sysroot/ o.0 ?09:38
LetoThe2ndPinkSnake: then find out why pkg-config fails. thats the root of eveil for you, i'd say.09:38
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yoctiNew news from stackoverflow: Yocto sato image is running extremely slow, is there a way to improve its performance? <https://stackoverflow.com/questions/59658497/yocto-sato-image-is-running-extremely-slow-is-there-a-way-to-improve-its-perfor>09:52
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LetoThe2ndndec: howdy! jsut a short question, what do you use for trimming the videos?10:38
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nacknickqschulz: Hi. It has been a while, but I've tried your suggestion to add "SECCOMP_FILTER" to the kernel. I tried to search it with "/" and found this:10:46
nacknick Symbol: HAVE_ARCH_SECCOMP_FILTER [=n]                                                                                                                                                               │    │ Type  : boolean10:47
nacknick│    │   Defined at arch/Kconfig:325                                                                                                                                                                       │    │   Selected by: ARM [=y] && AEABI [=y] && !OABI_COMPAT [=y]10:47
nacknickBut I can't find it on the menu options. Can you help me?10:47
nacknickIt says: `Defined at arch/Kconfig:325` - Where is it?10:47
qschulzwell... in arch/Kconfig file :D?10:47
qschulzline 325?10:47
qschulzbut it just means that your architecture does not support SECCOMP_FILTER apparenlty10:48
nacknickWithout using "menu"?10:48
nacknickqschulz: Why does not support?10:48
qschulzthe only unmet condition is !OABI_COMPAT [=y]10:48
nacknickwhich means..?10:49
qschulzwell, OABI_COMPAT is y but should be no so that HAVE_ARCH_SECCOMP_FILTER is yes10:49
qschulzdisable OABI support if possible10:51
nacknickthanks. I will search how10:51
qschulzmaybe you can disable it from menuconfig as well10:52
nacknickwhere `arm/kconfig` file is stored?10:53
qschulznacknick: in the sources of the kernel10:53
nacknickfound OABI and disabled10:54
nacknickwhat next?10:54
nacknickneed to change *kconfig* as well? or disabling OABI it's enough...?10:55
nacknickIn this file *build/tmp/work-shared/raspberrypi3/kernel-source/arch/Kconfig* at line 325:10:56
nacknickconfig HAVE_ARCH_SECCOMP_FILTERboolhelp  An arch should select this symbol if it provides all of these things:  - syscall_get_arch()  - syscall_get_arguments()  - syscall_rollback()  - syscall_set_return_value()  - SIGSYS siginfo_t support  - secure_computing is called from a ptrace_event()-safe context  - secure_computing return value is10:57
nacknickchecked and a return value of -1    results in the system call being skipped immediately.  - seccomp syscall wired up10:57
nacknickif it is the correct file...10:57
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nacknickqschulz: OK. It's configured automatically by the boolean conditions11:32
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qschulznacknick: exactly, so you would need to disable OABI to be able to have HAVE_ARCH_SECCOMP_FILTER to yes and then be able to select SECCOMPT_FILTER12:00
qschulzif that is all, you would need CONFIG_OABI=n AND CONFIG_SECCOMP_FILTER in the .scc file (provided these are the only things needed)12:01
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RandalHello, i have a question. Extensible SDK built for my image has (sdk_install)/sysroots/x86_64-pokysdk-linux/usr/bin/python3.real binary which is not relocated. The problem is that the directory (sdk_install)/sysroots/x86_64-pokysdk-linux/usr/bin is first in PATH and devtool command is not working. I compared it to eSDK for core-image-minimal and this directory has a lot less files and no python3 there. And then proper (sdk_install)/buildt12:16
Randalools/sysroots/x86_64-pokysdk-linux/usr/bin/python3 is used. What can be reason that my eSDK has python(and some more) binaries in (sdk_install)/sysroots/x86_64-pokysdk-linux sysroot?12:16
LetoThe2ndRandal: maybe something gets magically pulled in? how does your image and therefore the esdk relate to core-image-minimal?12:18
nacknickqschulz: It's working! Thank you so much!12:21
qschulznacknick: glad it works :)12:27
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RandalLetoThe2nd: my image inherits from core-image, and that is the only common to core-image-minimal. I have own packages installed by IMAGE_INSTALL but there is no package related to python3.12:30
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LetoThe2ndRandal: but nothing specifically added to the sdk through TOOLCHAIN_TASK or whatever?12:33
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RandalLetoThe2nd: no, I jest grepped all nonstandard layers with TOOLCHAIN_HOST and nothing is there12:38
LetoThe2ndRandal: if i had to guess then something in the things you added to IMAGE_INSTALL is not clean. i'd remove all, add one by one and see which makes it break.12:39
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RandalLetoThe2nd: that is what I started to do, we will see, thanks.12:42
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RPkanavin: thanks, that round of patches was a bit smoother :)12:53
RPkanavin: I didn't take some of them either I wanted to think more. Not sure removing is a good thing12:54
RP(the ptests)12:54
LetoThe2ndhere we go again, everybody: take your vote! https://twitter.com/YoctoThe/status/121951599528863334412:57
kanavinRP, right, but on the other hand keeping @expectedfail isn't great either, as ptests keep regressing and no one notices12:57
tgamblinRP: kanavin: Referring to lttng-tools?12:58
kanavintgamblin, yes12:58
RPkanavin: I'd mush rather teach the QA code if something was a regression13:03
RPkanavin: i.e. have a "must not regress" list somewhere13:03
RPkanavin: realistically some aren't going to 100% pass and I don't want that to be the bar13:04
kanavinRP, then we might split ptest into ptest-expectedfail and ptest-mustnotfail maybe?13:04
RPkanavin: maybe, not sure how that would look but it could work13:05
kanavinRP, is the output from ptest (e.g. what failed) processed further?13:05
tgamblinkanavin: Ah. I've been looking at that too. We're seeing a hang on lttng-tools ptest after PASS: tools/rotation/test_schedule_api 26 - Listing returned 0 rotation schedules after removal13:06
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tgamblinThis is the (highly-condensed) version of the log reported by one of our testers https://pastebin.com/vZy0Uvde13:11
RPkanavin: yes, by resulttool13:28
RPkanavin: becomes https://autobuilder.yocto.io/pub/non-release/20200120-11/testresults/testresult-report.txt (for example)13:28
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kanavinRP, right, so where is resulttool invoked?13:30
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RPkanavin: See https://autobuilder.yoctoproject.org/typhoon/#/builders/83/builds/651 "Send QA Email" at the end13:32
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RPkanavin: run by the script in yocto-autobuilder-helepr13:33
kanavinRP, right, so the 'allowed to fail' check can happen at that step?13:34
RPkanavin: yes, that code is meant to do regression analysis by comparing against previous builds13:34
RPkanavin: sadly its not quite working and never has :/13:34
RPThe previous builds results are in git13:35
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stuom1I'm trying to bake multiconfig with "bitbake multiconfig::image-name multiconfig:qemuarm64:image-name" but it still starts building both with the MACHINE defined in local.conf13:42
stuom1and not in qemuarm64.conf13:42
stuom1what could I be doing wrong?13:42
RPstuom1: how are you setting MACHINE?13:44
RP"?=" or "=" ?13:44
stuom1?= in both13:44
Nathan22I'm trying to build openjdk-8 in my build, but I'm erroring out with "g++: error: unrecognized command line option ‘-fmacro-prefix-map=.../build/tmp-glibc/work/core2-64-wrs-linux/openjre-8/172b11-r0=/usr/src/debug/openjre-8/172b11-r0’"13:45
Nathan22-fmacro-prefix-map appears to be a gcc version 8+ preproccesor feature that I don't have using gcc 713:46
RPstuom1: there is your problem. Try "="13:46
Nathan22I unfortunately cannot upgrade gcc. Is there any way of building without the flag?13:47
stuom1thanks RP, it is working now!13:47
RPNathan22: why is it using the native compiler for something which should use the target compiler?13:47
Nathan22Fantastic question13:47
stuom1In multiconfig .conf file, should I only set variables that change and the rest comes from local.conf?13:57
Nathan22Do I need to force/clean with bitbake after applying a patch with git patch ?14:03
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paulbarkerNathan22: It shouldn't be necessary if you mean applying a git patch to one of your layers14:13
Nathan22Damn. Yeah that's what I meant, didn't fix the issue regardless. Thanks anyway though14:14
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hpsyI am using TOOLCHAIN_TARGET_TASK to add pkgA-staticdev to the SDK, but I get both pkgA-staticdev and pkgA (Which contains a target binary that I don't want in the SDK) in the SDK sysroot, is there a way to only get pkgA-staticdev in the SDK?14:52
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RPhpsy: you'd probably need to break the dependency: RDEPENDS_${PN}-staticdev_pn-XXX = ""15:10
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RobertBerger@hpsy: it it a standard SDK or an extensible SDK?15:26
RobertBerger@hpsy: in case it's a standard SDK you might get away with it via package splitting. How did you get pkgA-staticdev in there?15:28
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kriiveIs there any way to specify that I want to use systemd in a image other that setting it in local/conf? I'd like to put it in my image recipe15:37
LetoThe2ndkriive: nah, it belongs into the DISTRO15:38
LetoThe2ndkriive: https://twitter.com/YoctoThe/status/121716607151974400015:39
kergoththat's not actually true. a distro can enable systemd, sysvinit, or both, if both, the image can select which it wants to actually install15:39
kergothit's not a common usage, admittedly :)15:39
LetoThe2ndkergoth: yup. it just doesn't work the other way round - image defining it for all the rest of the build15:41
LetoThe2ndkriive: i totally encourage you to look at the live coding session on MACHINE, DISTRO, IMAGE :)15:41
kergothit's true. they did ask how to specify if they want to use it in the image, though, not necessarily enable its support globally15:41
kergothagreed, very important to grasp those and how they fit together15:42
kriiveLetoThe2nd: thank you so much! I will catch up with those videos after I manage to boot this crappy piece of metal also know as up board15:43
kriivebtw i love my upboard15:43
LetoThe2ndkriive: believe me, the other way round it would be a more efficient way to invest 2 or 3 hrs.15:43
kriiveok, i'm going to follow your suggestion15:44
neverpanicmcfrisk: http://lists.openembedded.org/pipermail/openembedded-architecture/2020-January/001776.html15:47
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LetoThe2ndkriive: just think about how long it took you to try and ask the systemd question.15:52
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kriiveLetoThe2nd: too much, just 5 minutes in the video and I understood much more than two hours table head banging15:55
LetoThe2ndkriive: thats why i keep on saying, what the videos.15:56
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armpitYPTM - armin is on15:58
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smurrayYPTM - Scott is on16:00
RPvmeson: https://autobuilder.yocto.io/pub/non-release/20200120-11/testresults/testresult-report.txt16:02
RPvmeson: https://autobuilder.yocto.io/pub/non-release/16:02
armpitvmeson, https://wiki.yoctoproject.org/wiki/BuildLog16:02
RPvmeson: https://autobuilder.yocto.io/pub/non-release/20200119-10/testresults/testresult-report.txt has a fail16:03
dl9pfYPTM - Jan-Simon is on16:03
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hpsyRobertBerger: It is a standard SDK, I added pkgA-staticdev to the SDK explicitly using the TOOLCHAIN_TARGET_TASK, do you mean to make the main package (pkgA) empty?16:07
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RobertBerger@hpsy: if you inspect your packages what is inside?16:08
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dl9pfhttps://www.yoctoproject.org/  shows 3.0.1 as latest stable, but link on https://www.yoctoproject.org/software-overview/downloads/ is 3.0.0 only16:09
RobertBerger@hpsy: oe-pkgdata-util can help. If the stuff you don't want is not in the -staticdev package someone pulls it in and you can figure out why16:09
RPvmeson: https://bugzilla.yoctoproject.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1366416:10
yoctiBug 13664: normal, Medium+, 3.1 M2, hongxu.jia, NEW , _signal_clean_handler failure in oe-selftest16:10
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RobertBerger@hpsy: I would first check with oe-pkgdata-util the content of the packages and if pkgA is indeed what you don't want see who pulls it in. Quick and dirty you could try to make it empty via package split. (and allow empty packages to be added)16:12
LetoThe2ndand one more time: please take your vote! https://twitter.com/YoctoThe/status/121951599528863334416:12
yoctiBug 13604: normal, High, 3.1 M2, paul.eggleton, NEW , [master-next] Distrodata.test_maintainers  fails16:13
kergoththere we go, got my windows terminal settings into my dotfiles finally16:16
hpsy@RobertBerger: pkgA contains a binary (Which I don't want in the SDK), while pkgA-staticdev contains a library that I need in the SDK (I got the content information by looking at packages-split in the work directory), both packages get pulled into the SDK when I add ' TOOLCHAIN_TARGET_TASK += "pkgA-staticdev" ' , I will try to inspect the packages with oe-pkgdata-util16:17
RobertBerger@hpsy: OK just make sure that it's really like that;) Wait maybe you should try something else. Normally if you do TOOLCHAIN_TARGET_TASK_append = " pkgA-staticdev" it does not automatically pull in pkgA. So maybe you have some dependency you should not have.16:21
RobertBerger@hpsy: what are the dependencies for pkgA-staticdev?16:22
yoctiNew news from stackoverflow: Why doesn't Yocto generate the tarball when BB_GENERATE_MIRROR_TARBALLS is set? <https://stackoverflow.com/questions/59844762/why-doesnt-yocto-generate-the-tarball-when-bb-generate-mirror-tarballs-is-set>16:23
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dl9pfRP: https://www.yoctoproject.org/  shows 3.0.1 as latest stable, but link on https://www.yoctoproject.org/software-overview/downloads/ is 3.0.0 only16:34
hpsy@RobertBerger: Nothing depends on it at the moment16:38
RobertBerger@hpsy: IMAGE_INSTALL maybe pulls it in?16:39
hpsy@RobertBerger: No16:41
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RobertBerger@hpsy: Jut to summarize: In your local.conf or so you add TOOLCHAIN_TARGET_TASK_append = " pkgA-staticdev". It ends up in the SDK. It should not end up in the rootfs. But also pkgA magically appears in the SDK and also the rootfs?16:43
hpsyRP: it looks like it is as you said, adding RDEPENDS_${PN}-staticdev = "" to the recipe removes pkgA from the16:44
vmesonFedora badge system: https://badges.fedoraproject.org/ -- doesn't appeal to me but it seems to be popular in Fedora.16:45
hpsy@RobertBerger: not in the rootfs, only in the SDK16:46
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RobertBerger@hpsy: Well there is a runtime dependency in the recipe you just removed. This means that the -staticdev package now does not depend on anything.16:49
RobertBerger@hpsy bitbake pkgA -e | grep ^RDEPENDS or so should tell you more16:50
RobertBerger@hpsy: without emptying out  RDEPENDS_${PN}-staticdev what does it contain?16:51
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hpsyRP: but I don't get the "_pn-XXX" part of your answer (RDEPENDS_${PN}-staticdev_pn-XXX = "") should it be pn-pkgA, is this an override of some kind?16:53
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hpsy@RobertBerger: Yeah, I don't know why I didn't use bitbake -e, I always use it for these kind of issues. It looks like an implicit dependency that bitbake adds it goes pkgA-staticdev -> pkgA-dev -> pkgA16:56
hpsy# $RDEPENDS_pkgA-staticdev [2 operations]16:56
hpsy#   set /ws/poky/meta/conf/bitbake.conf:31916:56
hpsy#     "${PN}-dev (= ${EXTENDPKGV})"16:56
hpsy#   rename from RDEPENDS_${PN}-staticdev data.py:117 [expandKeys]16:56
hpsy#     "${PN}-dev (= ${EXTENDPKGV})"16:56
hpsy# pre-expansion value:16:56
hpsy#   "${PN}-dev (= ${EXTENDPKGV})"16:56
hpsyRDEPENDS_pkgA-staticdev="pkgA-dev (= 1.0-r0)"16:56
RobertBerger@hpsy: mystery solved ;)16:57
hpsy@RobertBerger: Yes, Thank you :)16:58
vmesonon the YP tech call, someone mentioned AGL developer interviews. Could you post a link, my google foo isn't working.16:59
RobertBerger@hpsy: you're welcome!16:59
paulbarkervmeson: https://www.automotivelinux.org/blog/2019/11/26/developer-showcase-barker16:59
paulbarkerJust trying to find contact details for the advocacy team16:59
dreynaYPTC: minutes: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ly8nyhO14kDNnFcW2QskANXW3ZT7QwKC5wWVDg9dDH417:00
vmesonpaulbarker: thanks.17:00
armpitYPTM- is over17:00
paulbarkerLooks like I need to join yocto-advocacy to email the list17:02
paulbarkerIs there someone on the advocacy team I can hand off the developer interviews idea to?17:03
FrazerClewshi, i pushed a few patches to bitbake. the ones for removing unused imports and handling singleton comparisons properly got merged, but my deprecated methods removal didnt. i got a response for the ones that got merged as they needed amending, but i think my deprecated methods removal didnt because the commit message wasnt properly formatted, but17:03
FrazerClewsit did work. is it ok to send it again with the message correctly formatted, or is it not wanted?17:03
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yoctiNew news from stackoverflow: Is it possible to create a docker image from a yocto generated image? <https://stackoverflow.com/questions/59846188/is-it-possible-to-create-a-docker-image-from-a-yocto-generated-image>17:23
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fullstopHi.. I have a package which is licensed as MIT/X11 but does not provide a license file.  I know that it's possible to select the license file and checksum from files included within yocto/bitbake, but can't seem to find an example or the proper search terms.18:40
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paulbarkerfullstop: How do you know it's MIT/X11 licensed if they don't provide a license file?18:43
Saurfullstop: See, e.g., systemd-conf in OE-Core. It uses LIC_FILES_CHKSUM = "file://${COREBAS}/meta/COPYING.MIT;md5=3da9cfbcb788c80a0384361b4de20420"18:43
paulbarkerThat sounds like you should raise an upstream issue18:43
Saurfullstop: But I do agree with paulbarker18:44
fullstoppaulbarker: The last upstream commit was 7 years ago.18:44
Saur(And "${COREBAS}" above should of course be "${COREBASE}".)18:45
fullstoppaulbarker: the "rockspec" guy (It's a Lua thing) specifies the license as MIT/X1118:45
fullstopwait, there is a copyright file which looks similar to MIT18:46
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LetoThe2ndfinal reminder for (my) today: https://twitter.com/YoctoThe/status/121951599528863334419:40
LetoThe2ndtake your vote!19:40
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kriiveWho is responsible for the initial hddimg boot menu? Initramfs? Because there is a bug in the installation script: reboot utility is not found20:10
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alesantrying here: I have been trying to create a recipe to remove /etc/rc5.d/S20hwclock.sh21:10
alesanhow is something like this usually accomplished?21:10
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paulbarkeralesan: Find the recipe which creates that file and either modify it with a bbappend or don't install the offending package into your image21:24
paulbarkerAlready gone haha21:25
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zeddiipaulbarker. too slow! ;)21:27
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mischiefwhen should i use require and when should i add a new MACHINE_FEATURE? is there any major difference between the two methods?22:52
mischiefi suppose MACHINE_FEATURE is more appropriate when it needs to be read in multiple recipes?22:54
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creichhey there, as far as i understood from the documentation it should be sufficient to add a defconfig file to the SRC_URI just like normal patches wo get it activated23:56
creichi did so, but when i run '-c menuconfig' i see only the patches applied, but not activated (which they should be through the defconfig). anything else i am missing here?23:57

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