Thanks for your fast reply.

Yes I've configured MACHINE=intel-quark and built core-image-base images that I 
am testing with. I'm using poky, v 2.1.1, cloned via git.

I get a grub error when I try to boot my image, the default sd-card with 
WindRiver Linux has a boot partition (fat) and a second partition with the 
filsystem (extX).

When I do a wic list images I get the following:

  mkgalileodisk                                 Create an Galileo Gen 1/2 disk 
  directdisk-multi-rootfs                       Create multi rootfs image using 
rootfs plugin
  directdisk                                    Create a 'pcbios' direct disk 
  directdisk-gpt                                Create a 'pcbios' direct disk 
  mkhybridiso                                   Create a hybrid ISO image
  directdisk-bootloader-config                  Create a 'pcbios' direct disk 
image with custom bootloader config
  qemux86-directdisk                            Create a qemu machine 'pcbios' 
direct disk image
  mkefidisk                                     Create an EFI disk image
  sdimage-bootpart                              Create SD card image with a 
boot partition
  mkgummidisk                                   Create an EFI disk image

I will give the mkgalileodisk another go and let you know how it goes

Thanks again for your help,

Best regards

21 sep. 2016 kl. 17:27 skrev Saul Wold 

On Tue, 2016-09-20 at 20:54 +0000, Fredrik Östergren wrote:

We are testing a Supermicro SYS-E100-8Q board with an Intel Quark SoC
x1021 CPU for our IoT implementation and I was wondering if the BSP
"Intel Common core (intel-quark)" supports this processor?

It should support this, if you use the meta-intel layer and set

Which version of the Yocto Project are you using?

If it does, what is the correct way to build the partition structure
and put the yocto image  onto a SD card for booting this device ?

You can use the "wic" command and the mkgalileodisk.wks (or possibly
galileodisk-sd.wks) to correctly create a partitioned image that can be
dd'ed to an SD card.


Thank you for your patience and help,

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