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Galileo 2 support for kernel 4.1.17 Distro 2.0.2 branch jethro.

Hello everyone.

We are currently use the poky of Jethro branch ,

we add the meta-intel layer inside our poky and change the MACHINE = "intel-quark" and create the core-image-minimal image.

and build image is successfully run on Galileo 2 board.

it has no any other hardware support like i2c,SPI,GPIO,etc.........

below is just my bit-bake command output for reference.

cmd :

bitbake core-image-minimal

output:

Build Configuration:

BB_VERSION = "1.28.0"

BUILD_SYS = "x86_64-linux"

NATIVELSBSTRING = "Ubuntu-14.04"

TARGET_SYS = "i586-poky-linux"

MACHINE = "intel-quark"

DISTRO = "poky"

DISTRO_VERSION = "2.0.2"

TUNE_FEATURES = "m32 i586-nlp"

Now we add the all the peripheral support likes gpio,i2c,spi and etc..... on our poky.

So please support us.....

Thanks in advance.

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Hello Nikunj_Patel,

I believe what you did was a Vanilla kernel image that ran on Galileo, if you do that, there will be no compatibility with any of the board's interfaces as none of the drivers they require are included.

I spoke about how to make a Vanilla kernel image for Galileo in and I mentioned what you'd have to do in order to gain compatibility with the rest of the interfaces. I'd suggest you to read that thread.

-Peter.

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Employee
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Most of the host bus controller drivers were added in upstream lately than v4.1.y. I would recommend you to try latest vanilla v4.8-rc1, for example.

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Employee
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Hello Nikunj_Patel,

Do you have any updates about this?

-Peter.

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Community Manager
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Thanks for your help

no more need for this thread

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Employee
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May I ask what the solution you get?

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