> You can set self.log_check_expected_regexes in RpmRootfs class in
> meta/lib/oe/rootfs.py, but
> a) depending on how broad your regex is, you might suppress real failures of
> the scriptlets;
> b) it would be only your local hack until the issue is resolved properly.
On 02/12/2018 01:40 PM, Diaz de Grenu, Jose wrote:
Can you detail how this would be done?
Is it possible to append to 'log_check_expected_regex' from the .bb recipe that
generates the warning? Or the only option is to patch the poky layer?
Is there any way to remove these warnings in rocko
Current Dev Position: YP 2.5 M3 development
Next Deadline: YP 2.5 M3 cut off is 2/19/18
SWAT team rotation: Paul -> Tracy on Feb. 9, 2018.
SWAT team rotation: Tracy -> Stephano on Feb. 16, 2018.
I have two images defined, one is secure stripped and intended
for production, and the other one extends the production one by adding
different development tools.
They are both built using the same distro so the name printed during boot
is always the same.
Welcome to senic
Specifically, add more information about various config settings,
add a few important points to README, and remove config file specifics
from README, so that there's only one source for what the settings are
(the sample config file).
Also comment out everything from the config file, so that those
On Thu, Feb 8, 2018 at 8:43 AM, Peter Spierenburg <
> I've created a board support package for the adzs-sc589-ezlite evaluation
> board from Analog Devices.
Would you consider adding it to the layer index?
From: Chang Rebecca Swee Fun
Settings mentioned in the README have been ported over and now users
are able to copy and start modifying for personal use cases.
This file will served as a reference to minimize errors when users
trying to create a new conf file by
glibc 2.27 hides them
Signed-off-by: Khem Raj
...2-glob-Do-not-assume-glibc-glob-internals.patch | 36 ++
recipes-devtools/make/make_3.81.bb | 1 +
2 files changed, 37 insertions(+)
create mode 100644
I’ m working on imx6ull yocto project. I would like to configure a gpio pin
as interrupt source to trigger ecspi. I have configured ecspi and it’s
working fine. Now I have to trigger it using an interrupt. How to do that?
On 02/08/2018 04:26 AM, Anuj Mittal wrote:
Right now, older Intel platforms have their own configs in bsp/.
Intel-common bsp config in turn combines all these
.scc files along with other set of features supported for Intel platforms.
Some of these configurations are duplicated across multiple
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