Le 3 oct. 2015 00:04, "Trevor Woerner" firstname.lastname@example.org a écrit :
On 10/02/15 16:32, Nicolas Dechesne wrote:
A new release Linux release for the DragonBoard 410c is now available. The Linaro Linux release 15.09 is an Ubuntu-based Linaro Build that provides developers with a desktop like environment using Ubuntu and the LXDE desktop, as well as a console-only image.
Congratulations! This is great news :-)
What’s new in 15.09 release?
- Based on Linux kernel v4.2
- Support for Grove Starter Kit for 96boards
- Initial support for high speed UART (with DMA)
- Initial support for X11/GLAMOR
- Various bug fixes reported on Bugzilla.
For more details and the list of bug fixes, or to download the release, please go to:
For general question or support request, please go to 96boards
For any bug related to this release, please submit issues to the 96Boards Bug tracking system:
Finally, to get in touch with us, you can also use IRC:
#96boards on irc.freenode.net
Note that we will be moving to Debian (stable) instead of Ubuntu shortly for the the DragonBoard 410c Linux releases. We do not anticipate any feature changes, and for most users that should be transparent. Debian is used for all other 96boards , so we are making this change to align with the rest of 96boards.
I can't help notice there's no mention of meta-96boards nor your own meta-qualcomm layer.
More on that later... We are planning to support OE more officially than it is right now, for DB410c that is.
Meta-96boards is the home for 96boards which don't have their own standalone BSP layers in OE.
Will OE support continue to be provided? Are there any plans to integrate this board (and future 96boards) into the meta-96boards layer (I've seen
but shouldn't other such boards be added, why not add the 410c)?
If nothing else, could you please submit your meta-qualcomm to the OE layer index? http://layers.openembedded.org/layerindex/submit/
It will be there once we settle down precisely how we are going to deal with OE releases... I might move the layer to some other location in that process, at which time it will be added to the index.
For now to get started with OE on DB410c, see
Best regards, Trevor