[Tizen General] [yocto] Build Tizen with yocto work-flow

Alex J Lennon ajlennon at dynamicdevices.co.uk
Mon Aug 4 09:21:17 GMT 2014

On 04/08/2014 08:52, Kévin THIERRY wrote:
> On 02/08/2014 17:35, Alex J Lennon wrote:
>> On 01/08/2014 17:36, Alex J Lennon wrote:
>>> On 01/08/2014 16:38, Alex J Lennon wrote:
>>>>> I don't know either but I think it's best to be compliant with both
>>>>> bash and dash, I will try to correct those issues in order to be
>>>>> dash-compliant. Thanks a lot for the feedback ;)
>>>> No problem Kévin. I'm glad you feel it is of some use. I'm getting
>>>> other
>>>> recipes failing now with bash. What I'll probably do is let it run to
>>>> completion with bitbake -k and collate the failures.
>>>> Hopefully that'll be some useful feedback in terms of a build on
>>>> Ubuntu
>>>> Cheers,
>>>> Alex
>> Kévin,
>> I made some progress with a USB installation of Yocto Tizen and a
>> VirtualBox disk.
> That's good news ! Did you have to make some changes in meta-tizen ?
> If so, could you send us your patches so we can integrate them ? Thanks !
>> Both a Samsung laptop running from USB and a VirtualBox machine boot,
>> but after mounting the root filesystem they go extremely slowly.
>> They get to "failed to get machine ID" and then it's taking a minute
>> or two before new output appears. Then screen goes black and I don't
>> appear to get any further.
>> e.g.
>> https://www.dropbox.com/sc/ckc84doykfnyvwp/AAAA7s_wocGh1PNUJ3tfIMBLa?n=17361870
> We already encountered this issue in the past unfortunately we don't
> know what causes that. We didn't get this issue recently so we are
> unable to reproduce it. I'm wondering if it could be linked too the
> use of a USB (we are not using USB anymore to test the images since
> it's not very convenient). I will put an image on a USB stick and see
> how it goes.
> If you have more ideas about what could cause this issue we would be
> glad to know them.
> Kevin 

I don't think it's specifically due to USB as I was using USB for the
laptop test, but I built up a VDI disk image in a VirtualBox for the VM
test, so no USB there...

I'm not sure why it might be I'm afraid Kevin. I started trying to
follow the manual procedure to build but ran into some build errors
there and ran out of time.



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