I am trying to build kernel image for edison, for linux kernel -4.x
We followed https://github.com/htot/meta-intel-edison/tree/morty https://github.com/htot/meta-intel-edison/tree/morty and I faced some issues with mraa library, so I changed BB file(SRC_URI) and building was successful.
But u-boot-env files, u-boot-edison.img, edison-image-edison.hddimg were not created after build.
When I'm trying to flash onto edison it was looking for above files
Thanks and Regards,
You've posted this query to the Intel NUC forum. You need to move it to the Edison forums to get a knowledgeable response (I couldn't do this for you)...
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You mention that you are using this experimental morty branch: https://github.com/htot/meta-intel-edison/tree/morty. If you look at the How to use this section, at the bottom part, you'll notice this link https://github.com/htot/meta-intel-edison/wiki, which directs you to the following warning message:
The Morty branch is highly experimental. Currently it build, installs and boots, albeit the separate parts (u-boot, kernel and rootfs) which need to be installed manually.
So, according to this message, you are experiencing an expected behavior (u-boot and its files are not created) and you should add the desired files manually.
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Have a nice day.
Did you follow the instructions on the wiki page?
Currently the u-boot image is not to be trusted, I recommend building that separately. The rootfs goes to a sdcard and the kernel with initramfs goed to an empty partition on the edison. home partition stays the same. I think you were trying the flashall script, and yes, that won't work now.
I am surprised that mraa doesn't build, I thought I fixed that. I might be that a certain dependency is missing, can you post the error message?
It might be I didn't see this becauset when you use:
bitbake -k edison-image
the second time it will complete the build without error (-k tries to continue building as much as possible after an error and I believe this resolves the missing dependency)
And yes, you need to manually change env files.
If you find any info missing on the wiki I will gladly try to improve.
I was wondering if you could check the question and the recommendation provided by FerryT.
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