Re: [yocto] how does one use a prebuilt toolchain from the toolchain/ directory?

2012-10-10 Thread Patrick Turley
I just read your posting of 26 June on the Yocto mailing list: https://lists.yoctoproject.org/pipermail/yocto/2012-June/009714.html I didn't see any responses. Did you get any help with this issue? ___ yocto mailing list yocto@yoctoproject.org

Re: [yocto] The BitBake equivalent of Hello, World!

2012-10-11 Thread Patrick Turley
https://github.com/pturley0/bitbake-hello-world On Oct 9, 2012, at 5:56 PM, McClintock Matthew-B29882 b29...@freescale.com wrote: On Tue, Oct 9, 2012 at 5:31 PM, Patrick Turley patricktur...@gamestop.com wrote: Success. The file tree depicted at the bottom of this mail is nearly

[yocto] Disguising Yocto sysroot as Code Sourcery tool chain

2012-10-31 Thread Patrick Turley
We have a piece of software that is normally built with a Code Sourcery tool chain. We want to build it with a Yocto-produced tool chain instead. The shortest (though admittedly hackiest) path to success may be to create a file tree that *looks* like a Code Sourcery tool chain, but is actually

[yocto] Shouldn't linux/version.h appear in the SDK's host sysroot?

2013-01-10 Thread Patrick Turley
I'm using a Yocto-based SDK, produced by: bitbake meta-toolchain-sdk This creates the file poky-eglibc-x86_64-arm-toolchain-gmae-1.3.sh in the directory build/tmp/deploy/sdk I ran the installation script to install the SDK on my build system. Within the SDK installation

[yocto] Build external module against Yocto kernel

2013-01-14 Thread Patrick Turley
I have to build a module from a third-party that has nothing to do with Yocto. I want to build this module against the kernel Yocto is giving me. The Make file for this module has a build command like this: make -C $(LINUX_DIR) M=`pwd` $(ENV) \ EXTRA_CFLAGS=$(EXTRA_CFLAGS) modules

[yocto] SDK environment LDFLAGS problem?

2013-01-15 Thread Patrick Turley
I used the meta-toolchain-sdk recipe to produce an SDK, and I installed it. Here's an interesting line from the environment setup script: export LDFLAGS=-Wl,-O1 -Wl,--hash-style=gnu -Wl,--as-needed All these linker options are preceded by -Wl, which indicates the SDK is *expecting* them to

Re: [yocto] Build external module against Yocto kernel

2013-01-15 Thread Patrick Turley
-out-of-tree-modules I just did the exact same thing and was happy to discover there is support in yocto for doing just this. Brian On Mon, 2013-01-14 at 23:27 +, Patrick Turley wrote: I have to build a module from a third-party that has nothing to do with Yocto. I want to build this module

Re: [yocto] SDK environment LDFLAGS problem?

2013-01-15 Thread Patrick Turley
, Patrick Turley wrote: I used the meta-toolchain-sdk recipe to produce an SDK, and I installed it. Here's an interesting line from the environment setup script: export LDFLAGS=-Wl,-O1 -Wl,--hash-style=gnu -Wl,--as-needed All these linker options are preceded by -Wl, which indicates the SDK

Re: [yocto] Build external module against Yocto kernel

2013-01-15 Thread Patrick Turley
On Jan 15, 2013, at 12:00 PM, Bruce Ashfield bruce.ashfi...@windriver.com wrote: On 13-01-15 12:54 PM, Patrick Turley wrote: Thank you for directing me toward that documentation. As it happens, I have already read that, and it doesn't apply. There are ways to do this, your requirement

Re: [yocto] Build external module against Yocto kernel

2013-01-21 Thread Patrick Turley
On Jan 16, 2013, at 11:11 AM, Darren Hart dvh...@linux.intel.com wrote: On 01/15/2013 10:38 AM, Bruce Ashfield wrote: I finally found the entries that I was recalling earlier. They are: https://bugzilla.yoctoproject.org/show_bug.cgi?id=241

[yocto] Adding ALSA to the Yocto SDK

2013-01-21 Thread Patrick Turley
I've been working on re-targeting some code from a vendor's board to our own board. For libraries and other low-level code, everything's been fine. For test applications, I'm running into a dependency on the header file alsa/asoundlib.h, which is obviously part of ALSA. I've been building our

Re: [yocto] Adding ALSA to the Yocto SDK

2013-01-21 Thread Patrick Turley
On Jan 21, 2013, at 4:35 PM, Zhang, Jessica jessica.zh...@intel.com wrote: Hi Patrick, Since you're able to add the dev packages to images, just do bitbake yourimagewithALSA -c populate_sdk, that should generate a SDK contains ALSA. By default, meta-toolchain-sdk is predefined unless you

Re: [yocto] Adding ALSA to the Yocto SDK

2013-01-22 Thread Patrick Turley
On Jan 21, 2013, at 5:16 PM, Patrick Turley patricktur...@gamestop.com wrote: On Jan 21, 2013, at 4:35 PM, Zhang, Jessica jessica.zh...@intel.com wrote: Hi Patrick, Since you're able to add the dev packages to images, just do bitbake yourimagewithALSA -c populate_sdk, that should

Re: [yocto] Build external module against Yocto kernel

2013-01-22 Thread Patrick Turley
On Jan 15, 2013, at 1:16 PM, Zhang, Jessica jessica.zh...@intel.com wrote: For your LDFLAGS question in another email thread, the yocto SDK is mainly produced for application developer, but seems we are hearing more usage request for it to support kernel module build as well. As Eric

Re: [yocto] Build external module against Yocto kernel

2013-01-22 Thread Patrick Turley
On Jan 16, 2013, at 11:11 AM, Darren Hart dvh...@linux.intel.com wrote: On 01/15/2013 10:38 AM, Bruce Ashfield wrote: I finally found the entries that I was recalling earlier. They are: https://bugzilla.yoctoproject.org/show_bug.cgi?id=241

Re: [yocto] Build external module against Yocto kernel

2013-01-22 Thread Patrick Turley
On Jan 22, 2013, at 2:34 PM, Bruce Ashfield bruce.ashfi...@windriver.com wrote: On 13-01-22 03:28 PM, Patrick Turley wrote: One problem I ran into … When I tried to execute make scripts, I got a whole bunch of config questions that I *think* should have been answered with a .config file

Re: [yocto] Build external module against Yocto kernel

2013-01-22 Thread Patrick Turley
On Jan 22, 2013, at 10:43 PM, Bruce Ashfield bruce.ashfi...@windriver.com wrote: On 13-01-22 9:26 PM, Patrick Turley wrote: If I just hold down the Enter key, I believe all the defaults are taken, and I eventually *do* get hostprogs that execute, but I don't know if they're appropriate

Re: [yocto] Build external module against Yocto kernel

2013-01-23 Thread Patrick Turley
On Jan 23, 2013, at 7:48 AM, Bruce Ashfield bruce.ashfi...@windriver.com wrote: On 13-01-23 12:34 AM, Patrick Turley wrote: On Jan 22, 2013, at 11:17 PM, Bruce Ashfield bruce.ashfi...@windriver.com wrote: On 13-01-23 12:14 AM, Patrick Turley wrote: On Jan 22, 2013, at 10:43 PM, Bruce

[yocto] Inconsistency in the SDK

2013-01-23 Thread Patrick Turley
Here's our machine in local.conf: MACHINE = dm8148-mpu Naturally, then, we see a directly like this under tmp/work: dm8148_mpu-poky-linux-gnueabi Also, under tmp/sysroots, we see these two: dm8148-mpu dm8148-mpu-tcbootstrap Finally, when I install the SDK, I see the

Re: [yocto] Inconsistency in the SDK

2013-01-23 Thread Patrick Turley
is that the SDK installation script puts the native sysroot in one directory, but the tool chain believes the default location for the native sysroot is in a *different* directory that doesn't exist. On Wednesday, January 23, 2013, Patrick Turley patricktur...@gamestop.commailto:patricktur...@gamestop.com

Re: [yocto] Inconsistency in the SDK

2013-01-23 Thread Patrick Turley
On Jan 23, 2013, at 10:19 AM, Zhang, Jessica jessica.zh...@intel.com wrote: Please file a bug at bugzilla.yoctoproject.org Done: https://bugzilla.yoctoproject.org/show_bug.cgi?id=3784 Thank you. ___ yocto mailing list yocto@yoctoproject.org

Re: [yocto] Build external module against Yocto kernel

2013-02-01 Thread Patrick Turley
On Jan 31, 2013, at 10:50 PM, Bruce Ashfield bruce.ashfi...@windriver.com wrote: On 13-01-23 10:17 AM, Patrick Turley wrote: On Jan 23, 2013, at 7:48 AM, Bruce Ashfieldbruce.ashfi...@windriver.com wrote: On 13-01-23 12:34 AM, Patrick Turley wrote: On Jan 22, 2013, at 11:17 PM, Bruce

[yocto] The BitBake equivalent of Hello, World!

2012-10-03 Thread Patrick Turley
I'll start with my question (so you can decide whether you care to read the rest): What is the BitBake equivalent of Hello, World!? Specifically, what is the minimum project structure that correctly describes a single layer and a single recipe?

Re: [yocto] The BitBake equivalent of Hello, World!

2012-10-03 Thread Patrick Turley
In my previous message, some of the indentation in the representation of my file tree was wrong (because we're using Outlook, which destroy all indentation when you paste it into an e-mail message). The errors are small, but I want to avoid annoying anyone who might think I don't even have the

Re: [yocto] The BitBake equivalent of Hello, World!

2012-10-04 Thread Patrick Turley
uses 'raw' Bitbake and a very basic recipe to build the Nano editor (including download from the project site). You need to have a couple of things in place to make this work. I got to run but I will get back to it and post it. :rjs On Wed, Oct 3, 2012 at 3:56 PM, Patrick Turley patricktur

Re: [yocto] The BitBake equivalent of Hello, World!

2012-10-04 Thread Patrick Turley
*Very* helpful stuff. I have re-created the tree you described, and everything seems to work. In particular, bitbake-layers seems happy. I tried executing it against BitBake 1.12.0 and it succeeded. FYI, it failed against the current BitBake master, which is 1.16.0. I have some additional

Re: [yocto] The BitBake equivalent of Hello, World!

2012-10-08 Thread Patrick Turley
I am continuing my work on creating a Hello, World! BitBake project. Because of the excellent help I got before, things have gone reasonably well, but I'm again running into something I don't know how to fix. As before, the entire contents of my very small project appear at the end of this

Re: [yocto] The BitBake equivalent of Hello, World!

2012-10-09 Thread Patrick Turley
Success. The file tree depicted at the bottom of this mail is nearly the smallest, valid BitBake project that prints Hello, World! Here's the output: $ ../BitBake/bin/bitbake a Parsing recipes: 100% |#| Time: 00:00:00

Re: [yocto] The BitBake equivalent of Hello, World!

2012-10-09 Thread Patrick Turley
That's a perfectly reasonable suggestion, and a good excuse for me to open a github account and learn how to use it :) On Oct 9, 2012, at 5:56 PM, McClintock Matthew-B29882 b29...@freescale.com wrote: On Tue, Oct 9, 2012 at 5:31 PM, Patrick Turley patricktur...@gamestop.com wrote: Success