On 11/19/19 4:15 PM, Jeff Kaisner wrote:
We have several executables that can run on the target (ARM64) but also on the host system (x86). I added the BBCLASSEXTEND = "native" and can build all the recipes in native mode.
What do you mean here by 'in native mode'? I'd expect that you mean: $ bitbake somepackage-native Right? A few explanations related to your question are here: https://wiki.yoctoproject.org/wiki/Technical_FAQ#What_does_.22native.22_mean.3F and here: https://wiki.yoctoproject.org/wiki/Technical_FAQ#Why_are_all_of_these_-native_items_being_built_when_my_host_distro_has_some_of_these_available.3F > Once done, I would like to be > able to install them on the host system, but don’t see a package for > them (or understand that part of the process). You don't add -native package to the target system; they are for the build (host) system to help build object files for the target machine. You can either edit the conf/local.conf file then build a standard image or define your own image. For the former: https://wiki.yoctoproject.org/wiki/Cookbook:Example:Adding_packages_to_your_OS_image Additional details are in the YP Mega Manual: https://www.yoctoproject.org/docs/current/mega-manual/mega-manual.html Good luck and welcome to the Yocto Project, ../Randy
Any help would be appreciated. Regards, Jeff
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