Paul and I have deployed a fix to the layerindex which should help with the API issue.
On Feb 14, 2018 16:39, "Reyna, David" <david.re...@windriver.com> wrote: > Hi all, > > It turns out that recent changes outside of the Toaster codebase have > broken Toaster in three ways. > > I will have a patch posted tomorrow since the fixes are very small, and > submit it upstream on Friday. > > Details: > > 1) Django has changed how it handles non-existent fixture files (the > optional ‘custom’ one in this case, Simon’s problem). It used to always > ‘fail’ quietly and go on, but now it is a hard stop resulting in no layer > index information. > > 2) The Layer Index has changed its API for branches. Arg. > > 3) Django has a new default for spun-off processes, which results in “. > toaster stop” not being able to fully stop (you current have to manually > kill the three! python tasks). > > - David > > > > > > *From:* HANEMANN Simon [mailto:s.hanem...@silver-atena.de] > *Sent:* Monday, February 12, 2018 6:03 AM > *To:* Reyna, David > *Subject:* AW: Help for beginners - additional information > > > > Hi David, > > So far, I have followed the steps of the manual. Therefore I cloned the > repository with the "Git clone" command. > > However, I tried to use an outdated version (07 Dec. 2017) of Yocto 2.4.1 > Rocko of GitHub. The mentioned problem does not occur with these GitHub > files. > (Link: https://github.com/jku/poky) > > When comparing the files, I noticed that in the "urls.py” file (found out: > Bitbake/lib/toaster/bldcollector of GitHub) import "patterns". This > import is missing in the “urls.py” file of the Git clone version > > (This may helps). In addition to this the remaining files of both Version > (Git and GitHub) are mostly identical. > > > > I keep on using the outdated GitHub version for now. > > > > Kind regards, > > Simon > > > > > > *Von:* Reyna, David [mailto:david.re...@windriver.com > <david.re...@windriver.com>] > *Gesendet:* Montag, 12. Februar 2018 05:45 > *An:* HANEMANN Simon; firstname.lastname@example.org > *Betreff:* RE: Help for beginners > > > > Hi Simon, > > The latest information about installing and using Toaster can be found > here: > > http://www.yoctoproject.org/docs/latest/toaster-manual/ > toaster-manual.html#toaster-manual-start > > Perhaps there is a host setup issue. > > The information for the layers, machines, and recipes all come from the > Layer Index. You included that included that link in your email. I assume > that your host with Toaster can get to that same URL? > > When you started Toaster the first time, you should have seen setup > information as it read the fixture files and then downloaded the content > from Layer Index, and you should have gotten errors if it could not get any > content from that URL. > > Did you see those errors? If not, do this and forward me the results and > perhaps I can give advice: > > $ rm toaster.sqlite > $ . oe-init-build-env > $ . toaster start | tee toaster_start.log > > Good luck! > David > > > > > > *From:* toaster-boun...@yoctoproject.org [mailto:toaster-bounces@ > yoctoproject.org <toaster-boun...@yoctoproject.org>] *On Behalf Of *HANEMANN > Simon > *Sent:* Wednesday, February 07, 2018 2:44 AM > *To:* email@example.com > *Subject:* [Toaster] Help for beginners > > > > Hey everyone, > > I am new to the Yocto Project. > > I want to build an image with Toaster. I followed the instruction and want > to build my image like the tutorial. > > > > The problem is: > > - All layers, machines and recipes are empty > > - In the instructional videos, however, there were a variety of > available packages > > A link of the mentioned instruction videos: > > - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qYgDZ8YzV6w > > The layer I am looking for can be found here: > > - http://layers.openembedded.org/layerindex/branch/master/layers/ > > > > Error message of Toaster: > > „Toaster has no machine information for this project. Sadly, machine > information cannot be obtained from builds, so this page will remain empty.” > > > > Can anyone tell me how to obtain information from builds? How to get all > those layers without importing every single one? > > > > I installed Yocto on two different computers. Both systems use Debian > GNU/Linux 8 (jessie) as the operating system. Surprisingly, all missing > layers are right at place when I use “Linux Mint” on a virtual machine at a > third Windows PC. Unfortunately, I have no idea what’s wrong with the > Debian PCs. > > > ------------------------------ > > Sitz der Gesellschaft | Corporate Headquarters: München > Handelsregister | Commercial Register: Amtsgericht München HRB 172904 > Geschäftsführung | Management: Alexander Graf (CEO), Josef Mitterhuber > (COO) > > -- > _______________________________________________ > toaster mailing list > firstname.lastname@example.org > https://lists.yoctoproject.org/listinfo/toaster > >
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