My Yocto environment is for the Congatec QMX6 SoM that is built around a
I use the Yocto layers from the Congatec repository
(https://git.congatec.com/public), which includes the meta-fsl-arm and
My bblayers.conf is:
BBLAYERS = " \
The image I normally build (peek-image-ecng-acu-default) is based upon
the core-image-full-cmdline image.
I built the MinGW SDK by adding SDKMACHINE="x86_64-mingw32" to my
local.conf and typing the command "bitbake peek-image-ecng-acu-default
I attended the Yocto developer day in Berlin last week. When I showed
the MinGW linker LTO plugin error to Mark Hatle, he suggested applying
Bystricky, Juro schreef op 14.10.2016 20:04:
Could you please elaborate on what do you mean by "built it as-is".
I tested the meta layer with some cases I considered typical
or most common. (I think I enumerated them in my original
message). Apparently I missed one.
From: Winfried [mailto:winfried_...@xmsnet.nl]
Sent: Friday, October 14, 2016 10:26 AM
Cc: Bystricky, Juro <juro.bystri...@intel.com>
Subject: [meta-mingw] Patch needed to let linker find lto plugin
Recently the meta-mingw layer was updated to krogoth by Juro
However when I build it as-is, the linker fails because it can't load
the lto plugin.
After applying commit a06e473590207f72b11d273a09de2c8a889c381e from
meta-mingw-contrib (by Mark Hatle), the error disappeared.
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