Introduction

This document is the release notes for the FSL Community BSP 1.8, which is the result of a community effort to improve Freescale’s SoC support for OpenEmbedded and Yocto Project.

Defining the FSL Community BSP

The FSL Community BSP is a community-driven project to provide and maintain Board Support Package (BSP) metadata layers for use in OpenEmbedded and Yocto Project with Freescale’s SoCs.

The FSL Community BSP follows Yocto Project’s release schedule and branch naming (since release 1.3, denzil).

See the Yocto Project Release for details on the Yocto Project.

Motivation

The FSL Community BSP started with the goal of easing the use of OpenEmbeedded and Yocto Project with Freescale’s SoCs and providing an example of how to assemble an easy-to-use platform as the basis for future products.

The FSL Community BSP provides:

  • common environment configuration;
  • multiple download layers with the use of repo;
  • common location for discussing Freescale SoCs, kernels, bootloaders, user space packages, (BSP in general), bugs, how-tos, and so on

What the FSL Community BSP is not

The FSL Community BSP does not have a paid support team. The members of this community have full-time jobs and work on the project in their spare time. Most of them are working with Freescale SoCs in their full-time job, so it means some of them can provide paid support if requested.

The provided source code is not intended to be a product in itself. It is a reference platform for people to build products with. Because of this, plan to have a development and test cycle for your product if you decide to base it on the FSL Community BSP.

The project is community-driven work, and it is NOT an official Freescale support channel.

What you can expect

  • You can expect help when you post a question, but please be patient. Wait for at least two days for a response. Most of the time, people do reply when they know an answer or have advice to offer. If you don’t receive a reply, then it may be due to no one in the community having an adequate response.
  • The stable branch is supported for six months after the release date (following the Yocto Project’s release schedule);
  • The upstreaming takes place as quickly as possible and any needed adjustment is going to be made accordingly.

What the community expects from you

The community does expect that you contribute back by:

  • replying when you know the answer to a question in the mailing list;
  • reviewing the patches sent to mailing list;
  • testing new patches that affect you directly or indirectly;
  • reporting bugs you may find;
  • upstreaming bug fixes;
  • upstreaming features that may be good for the community.

Upstreaming

The FSL Community BSP provides test images and demos in addition to the base BSP for Freescale reference boards and third-party boards. In addition to the BSP, a Linux-based operating system typically requires several other packages, such as ssh client/server, window managers, applications, and so on. These packages are not part of the BSP. In other words, the FSL Community BSP is used with applications, tools and metadata from other projects, such as OpenEmbedded and Poky.

The FSL Community BSP always offers a stable version and a development version. You may face errors that are not caused by FSL Community BSP‘s layers but instead by OpenEmbedded’s or Poky’s metadata. In this case, the error must be fixed in its layer.

The following image shows the upstream levels:

Main branch names

  • master-next: this branch is used to keep the patches to be built by the autobuilder for the very first test build. Do not expect to have a clear merging schedule, or to have a stable project when working with the master-next branch;
  • master: this is the branch where development takes place. Any new feature or bug fix must be merged here first. This is the development of the next stable branch;
  • fido: the latest stable branch. This branch only accepts bug fixes, and is supported for 6 months after the release date.

There are other branches available, and they are the previous stable branches. They are kept online for users’ convenience, and you should not expect backports or bug fixes.

Upstream cycle

In addition to the normal Yocto Project upstream process, there is also a BSP upstream cycle.

The BSP upstream cycle starts just after a Freescale Official Release is published in git.freescale.com. The patches to adapt the recipes from meta-fsl-bsp-release are sent out for review to the meta-freescale mailing list and are merged in the meta-fsl-arm and meta-fsl-demos layers or upstreamed to Yocto Project accordingly.

A more detailed step-by-step process is shown below:

  1. New Freescale Official Release is published;
  2. The patches are sent to meta-freescale;
  3. After the review process, the patches are merged in the proper layer’s master-next branch;
  4. Source code is built by the autobuilder;
  5. After one week in master-next, it is merged in master;
  6. Freescale internally bases the next Freescale Official Release from the community source code;
  7. Back to step 1.

The result is that Freescale uses the FSL Community BSP source code with its bug fixes, improvements, and any new features to create the next Freescale Official Release.

Freescale uses the latest stable branch from Yocto Project to base the next Freescale Official Release. When this release is published, it is rebased and reworked to be merged in the current development branch.

The differences between FSL Community BSP and Freescale Official Release

The goal for each project is different. See below for the main points of divergence.

Freescale Official Release

The Freescale Official Release is intended to provide a static base for Freescale to test and validate the BSP modules with Freescale evaluation boards, and it is developed internally by Freescale. The set of supported boards vary from release to release and is listed in the Freescale Official Release notes for the specific version. The release points to a static revision of every included layer. Therefore, the release does not receive updates and bug fixes.

FSL Community BSP

The FSL Community BSP is a reference system that can be used as a base for products and is an open project that accepts contributions from the community. It supports a wide range of boards which range from Freescale evaluation boards (meta-fsl-arm layer) to third-party boards (meta-fsl-arm-extra). The release is a “moving target”, so there are updates on top of the released source code, such as the addition of new features and bug fixes.

Comparative between Freescale Official Release and FSL Community BSP
  Freescale Official Release FSL Community BSP
Intended use Reference system for BSP modules test and validation on Freescale Reference Boards Reference system for use as base for any project for all supported boards
Code Static. Only include any bug fixes on the upcoming release Updates. Receives bug fixes and has security issues fixed often
Contribution Indirect contribution via FSL Community BSP. After revision, contribution may be merged in upcoming release Open, everyone is welcome to contribute to the project
Board Support Limited, as it supports just the Freescale evaluation boards listed in the Release Notes Extended, as it supports both Freescale evaluation boards and 3rd party boards. See Supported Board List
Yocto Project Compatible No Yes
Support i.MX Community meta-freescale
Repository git.freescale.com github.com/Freescale

FSL Community BSP Scope

The scope of the FSL Community BSP includes the meta layers:

  • meta-fsl-arm: provides the base support and Freescale ARM reference boards;
  • meta-fsl-arm-extra: provides support for 3rd party and partner boards;
  • meta-fsl-demos: provides images recipes, demo recipes, and packagegroups used to easy the development with Yocto Project.
  • Documentation: provides the source code for FSL Community BSP Release Notes (RN), User Guide (UG) and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

License

The FSL Community BSP is a project with the same licensing of most Yocto Project layers. It means the recipe file is under a certain license, and the source code used by that recipe is under another certain license (being it equal or not).

Most of FSL Community BSP‘s metadata is under MIT license, however the extensive and accurate list of package’s license provided by the Yocto Project’s metadata can be generated with few commands, for detailed information on how license is handled by Yocto Project see the Reference Manual.

End User License Agreement (EULA)

Freescale releases basically two kind of packages, the open sourced packages use regular open source licenses (GPLv2 for example).

The close sourced packages are released under the Freescale License (known as EULA). Each package has a copy of EULA inside itself and a copy of the EULA text is also included inside meta-fsl-arm root dir (sources/meta-fsl-arm/EULA).

The FSL Community BSP handles the EULA acceptance by prompting user to read and accept EULA text at the very first environment setup. It is user’s duty to read and understand it before accepting it. After it is accepted the first time, it is assumed accepted in any other build.

Kernel Release Notes

The FSL Community BSP includes support for several kernel providers. Each machine may have a different Linux Kernel provider.

The FSL Community BSP is not responsible for the content of those kernels. Although we as community should feel empowered to submit bug fixes and new features for those projects.

See the respective Linux Kernel provider for your machine in section Linux Kernel.

Different Product SoC Families

Currently, the FSL Community BSP includes the following Product SoC Families:

  • i.MX Application Processors (imx): Regarding the i.MX Freescale Page: i.MX applications processors are multicore ARM®-based solutions for multimedia and display applications with scalability, high performance, and low power capabilities.
  • Vybrid Controller Solutions based on ARM® Cores (vybrid): Regarding the Vybrid Freescale Page: Vybrid controller solutions are built on an asymmetrical-multiprocessing architecture using ARM® cores as the anchor for the platform, and are ideal for many industrial applications.
  • Layerscape Architecture (ls): Regarding the Layerscape Freescale Page: delivers unprecedented efficiency and scale for the smarter, more capable networks of tomorrow.

Freescale groups a set of SoCs which target different markets in product families. Those are grouped according to their SoC features and internal hardware capabilities.

The Yocto Project’s tools have the required capabilities to differentiate the architectures and BSP components for the different SoC families. In this perspective, the FSL Community BSP can support a wide range of architectures and product lines which go across several markets.

For the FSL Community BSP, the different SoCs, from all product lines manufactured by Freescale, can be seen as different machines, thus easing the use of same architecture across different markets.

Supported Board List

Please, see the next table for the complete supported board list.

Supported machines in FSL Community BSP
Machine Name SoC Layer
cfa10036 Crystalfontz CFA-10036 i.MX28 meta-fsl-arm-extra
cfa10037 Crystalfontz CFA-10037 i.MX28 meta-fsl-arm-extra
cfa10049 Crystalfontz CFA-10049 i.MX28 meta-fsl-arm-extra
cfa10055 Crystalfontz CFA-10055 i.MX28 meta-fsl-arm-extra
cfa10056 Crystalfontz CFA-10056 i.MX28 meta-fsl-arm-extra
cfa10057 Crystalfontz CFA-10057 i.MX28 meta-fsl-arm-extra
cfa10058 Crystalfontz CFA-10058 i.MX28 meta-fsl-arm-extra
cgtqmx6 Congatec Qmx6 i.MX6Q meta-fsl-arm-extra
cm-fx6 CompuLab CM-FX6 i.MX6 Q/DL meta-fsl-arm-extra
colibri-vf Toradex Colibri VF50/VF61 VF500/VF610 meta-fsl-arm-extra
cubox-i SolidRun CuBox-i and HummingBoard i.MX6 Q/DL meta-fsl-arm-extra
imx233-olinuxino-maxi OLIMEX iMX233-OLinuXino-Maxi i.MX23 meta-fsl-arm-extra
imx233-olinuxino-micro OLIMEX iMX233-OLinuXino-Micro i.MX23 meta-fsl-arm-extra
imx233-olinuxino-mini OLIMEX iMX233-OLinuXino-Mini i.MX23 meta-fsl-arm-extra
imx233-olinuxino-nano OLIMEX iMX233-OLinuXino-Nano i.MX23 meta-fsl-arm-extra
imx23evk Freescale i.MX23 Evaluation Kit i.MX23 meta-fsl-arm
imx28evk Freescale i.MX28 Evaluation Kit i.MX28 meta-fsl-arm
imx31pdk Freescale i.MX31 Platform Development Kit i.MX31 meta-fsl-arm
imx35pdk Freescale i.MX35 Platform Development Kit i.MX35 meta-fsl-arm
imx51evk Freescale i.MX51 Evaluation Kit i.MX51 meta-fsl-arm
imx53ard Freescale i.MX53 SABRE Automotive Board i.MX53 meta-fsl-arm
imx53qsb Freescale i.MX53 Quick Start Board i.MX53 meta-fsl-arm
imx6dl-riotboard RIoTboard i.MX6S meta-fsl-arm-extra
imx6dlsabreauto Freescale i.MX6DL SABRE Automotive i.MX6DL meta-fsl-arm
imx6dlsabresd Freescale i.MX6DL SABRE Smart Device i.MX6DL meta-fsl-arm
imx6qsabreauto Freescale i.MX6Q SABRE Automotive i.MX6Q meta-fsl-arm
imx6qsabrelite Boundary Devices i.MX6Q SABRE Lite i.MX6Q meta-fsl-arm-extra
imx6qsabresd Freescale i.MX6Q SABRE Smart Device i.MX6Q meta-fsl-arm
imx6slevk Freescale i.MX6SL Evaluation Kit i.MX6SL meta-fsl-arm
imx6sl-warp WaRP i.MX6SL meta-fsl-arm-extra
imx6solosabreauto Freescale i.MX6Solo SABRE Automotive i.MX6S meta-fsl-arm
imx6solosabresd Freescale i.MX6Solo SABRE Smart Device i.MX6S meta-fsl-arm
imx6sxsabreauto Freescale i.MX6SoloX Sabre Automotive i.MX6SX meta-fsl-arm
imx6sxsabresd Freescale i.MX6SoloX SabreSD i.MX6SX meta-fsl-arm
ls1021atwr Freescale LS1021ATWR board ls102xa meta-fsl-arm
m28evk DENX M28 SoM Evaluation Kit i.MX28 meta-fsl-arm-extra
m53evk DENX M53 SoM Evaluation Kit i.MX53 meta-fsl-arm-extra
nitrogen6x Boundary Devices Nitrogen6X i.MX6Q meta-fsl-arm-extra
nitrogen6x-lite Boundary Devices Nitrogen6X Lite i.MX6S meta-fsl-arm-extra
pcl052 Phytec Cosmic Vybrid Development Kit vf60 meta-fsl-arm-extra
pcm052 Phytec phyCORE Vybrid Development Kit vf60 meta-fsl-arm-extra
quartz Device Solutions Quartz Vybrid Development Kit vf60 meta-fsl-arm-extra
twr-vf65gs10 Freescale Vybrid TWR-VF65GS10 VF610 meta-fsl-arm
ventana i.MX6Q/DL Ventana Platform i.MX6Q/DL meta-fsl-arm-extra
wandboard-dual Wandboard i.MX6 Wandboard Duallite i.MX6DL meta-fsl-arm-extra
wandboard-quad Wandboard i.MX6 Wandboard Quad i.MX6Q meta-fsl-arm-extra
wandboard-solo Wandboard i.MX6 Wandboard Solo i.MX6S meta-fsl-arm-extra

Machine Maintainers

Since FSL Community BSP Release 1.6 (Daisy), the maintainer field in machine configuration files of meta-fsl-arm and meta-fsl-arm-extra is mandatory for any new board to be added.

So now on, every new board must have someone assigned as maintainer. This ensures, in long term, all boards with a maintainer assigned. Current orphan boards are not going to be removed unless it causes maintenance problem and the fix is not straightforward.

The maintainer duties:
  • The one with casting vote when a deadlock is faced.
  • Responsible to keep that machine working (that means, booting and with some stability) Keep kernel, u-boot updated/tested/working.
  • Keep release notes updated
  • Keep test cycle updated
  • Keep the most usual images building and booting

When a build error is detected, the maintainer will “fix” it. For those maintainers with kernel control (meta-fsl-arm-extra), it is expected that they properly fix the kernel issue (when it’s a kernel issue). However, anything out of community control should be worked around anyway.

Machines with maintainers

Machines with maintainers
Machine Name
cfa10036 Crystalfontz CFA-10036
cfa10037 Crystalfontz CFA-10037
cfa10049 Crystalfontz CFA-10049
cfa10055 Crystalfontz CFA-10055
cfa10056 Crystalfontz CFA-10056
cfa10057 Crystalfontz CFA-10057
cfa10058 Crystalfontz CFA-10058
cgtqmx6 Congatec Qmx6
cm-fx6 CompuLab CM-FX6
colibri-vf Toradex Colibri VF50/VF61
cubox-i SolidRun CuBox-i and HummingBoard
imx23evk Freescale i.MX23 Evaluation Kit
imx28evk Freescale i.MX28 Evaluation Kit
imx51evk Freescale i.MX51 Evaluation Kit
imx53ard Freescale i.MX53 SABRE Automotive Board
imx53qsb Freescale i.MX53 Quick Start Board
imx6dl-riotboard RIoTboard
imx6dlsabreauto Freescale i.MX6DL SABRE Automotive
imx6dlsabresd Freescale i.MX6DL SABRE Smart Device
imx6qsabreauto Freescale i.MX6Q SABRE Automotive
imx6qsabrelite Boundary Devices i.MX6Q SABRE Lite
imx6qsabresd Freescale i.MX6Q SABRE Smart Device
imx6sl-warp WaRP
imx6slevk Freescale i.MX6SL Evaluation Kit
imx6solosabresd Freescale i.MX6Solo SABRE Smart Device
imx6sxsabreauto Freescale i.MX6SoloX Sabre Automotive
imx6sxsabresd Freescale i.MX6SoloX SabreSD
ls1021atwr Freescale LS1021ATWR board
nitrogen6x Boundary Devices Nitrogen6X
nitrogen6x-lite Boundary Devices Nitrogen6X Lite
pcl052 Phytec Cosmic Vybrid Development Kit
pcm052 Phytec phyCORE Vybrid Development Kit
quartz Device Solutions Quartz Vybrid Development Kit
twr-vf65gs10 Freescale Vybrid TWR-VF65GS10
ventana i.MX6Q/DL Ventana Platform
wandboard-dual Wandboard i.MX6 Wandboard Duallite
wandboard-quad Wandboard i.MX6 Wandboard Quad
wandboard-solo Wandboard i.MX6 Wandboard Solo

Machines without a maintainer

Machines without a maintainer
Machine Name
imx233-olinuxino-maxi OLIMEX iMX233-OLinuXino-Maxi
imx233-olinuxino-micro OLIMEX iMX233-OLinuXino-Micro
imx233-olinuxino-mini OLIMEX iMX233-OLinuXino-Mini
imx233-olinuxino-nano OLIMEX iMX233-OLinuXino-Nano
imx31pdk Freescale i.MX31 Platform Development Kit
imx35pdk Freescale i.MX35 Platform Development Kit
imx6solosabreauto Freescale i.MX6Solo SABRE Automotive
m28evk DENX M28 SoM Evaluation Kit
m53evk DENX M53 SoM Evaluation Kit

Software Architecture

SoC Hierarchy

The following tree shows the SoC hierarchy:

Linux Kernel

FSL Community BSP supports the following sources for Linux Kernel:

  • linux-boundary: Linux kernel for Boundary Devices boards.
  • linux-cfa: Linux kernel for Crystalfontz boards.
  • linux-compulab: Linux kernel for CompuLab cm-fx6 boards.
  • linux-congatec: linux-congatec version 3.14.28-r0.
  • linux-cubox-i: Linux kernel that is based on Linaro’s 3.14 releases, with full support for the i.MX6 features.
  • linux-denx: DENX mainline based Linux kernel.
  • linux-fslc: Linux kernel based on mainline kernel used by FSL Community BSP in order to provide support for some backported features and fixes, or because it was applied in linux-next and takes some time to become part of a stable version, or because it is not applicable for upstreaming.
  • linux-gateworks-imx: linux-gateworks-imx version 3.10.53-r0.
  • linux-imx: Linux Kernel provided and supported by Freescale with focus on i.MX Family Reference Boards. It includes support for many IPs such as GPU, VPU and IPU.
  • linux-ls1: Linux Kernel provided and supported by Freescale with focus on Layerscape1 Family Boards.
  • linux-timesys: Linux Kernel with added drivers and board support for Vybrid-based platforms.
  • linux-toradex: Linux kernel for Toradex Colibri VFxx Computer on Modules.
  • linux-wandboard: Linux kernel for Wandboard.

As stated in Kernel Release Notes, FSL Community BSP is not responsible for the Linux Kernel content in any kernel provider. If you are looking for the feature list, supported devices, official way to get a support channel or how to report bug, please, see above where to get help, for each kernel provider.

  • linux-imx: provider, Freescale has a release notes document for each version released. This document has a list of known issues, new features, list of kernel arguments, and the linux-imx kernel scope for each Freescale Reference Board. This document is present into the Document Bundle provided by Freescale.

Default Linux Providers

The following table shows the default version of Linux Kernel provided by FSL Community BSP for each supported machine.

Default Linux kernel version for each supported machine
Board Kernel Provider Kernel Version
cfa10036 linux-cfa 3.12
cfa10037 linux-cfa 3.12
cfa10049 linux-cfa 3.12
cfa10055 linux-cfa 3.12
cfa10056 linux-cfa 3.12
cfa10057 linux-cfa 3.12
cfa10058 linux-cfa 3.12
cgtqmx6 linux-congatec 3.14.28-1.0.0_qmx6
cm-fx6 linux-compulab 3.14.28-cm-fx6
colibri-vf linux-toradex 4.0-v2.4b1.1
cubox-i linux-cubox-i 3.14.14
imx233-olinuxino-maxi linux-fslc 4.1+git
imx233-olinuxino-micro linux-fslc 4.1+git
imx233-olinuxino-mini linux-fslc 4.1+git
imx233-olinuxino-nano linux-fslc 4.1+git
imx23evk linux-fslc 4.1+git
imx28evk linux-imx 2.6.35.3-maintain
imx31pdk linux-fslc 4.1+git
imx35pdk linux-fslc 4.1+git
imx51evk linux-imx 2.6.35.3-maintain
imx53ard linux-imx 2.6.35.3-maintain
imx53qsb linux-imx 2.6.35.3-maintain
imx6dl-riotboard linux-fslc 4.1+git
imx6dlsabreauto linux-imx 3.14.28-1.0.0_ga
imx6dlsabresd linux-imx 3.14.28-1.0.0_ga
imx6qsabreauto linux-imx 3.14.28-1.0.0_ga
imx6qsabrelite linux-boundary 3.10.53-1.1.1+yocto
imx6qsabresd linux-imx 3.14.28-1.0.0_ga
imx6sl-warp linux-fslc 4.1+git
imx6slevk linux-imx 3.14.28-1.0.0_ga
imx6solosabreauto linux-imx 3.14.28-1.0.0_ga
imx6solosabresd linux-imx 3.14.28-1.0.0_ga
imx6sxsabreauto linux-imx 3.14.28-1.0.0_ga
imx6sxsabresd linux-imx 3.14.28-1.0.0_ga
ls1021atwr linux-ls1 3.12+ls1
m28evk linux-fslc 4.1+git
m53evk linux-denx 3.9-master
nitrogen6x linux-boundary 3.10.53-1.1.1+yocto
nitrogen6x-lite linux-boundary 3.10.53-1.1.1+yocto
pcl052 linux-timesys 3.0.15
pcm052 linux-timesys 3.0.15
quartz linux-timesys 3.0.15
twr-vf65gs10 linux-timesys 3.0.15
ventana linux-gateworks-imx 3.10.53-1.1.0_ga+yocto
wandboard-dual linux-wandboard 3.14.28_1.0.0_ga-wandboard
wandboard-quad linux-wandboard 3.14.28_1.0.0_ga-wandboard
wandboard-solo linux-wandboard 3.14.28_1.0.0_ga-wandboard

Bootloaders

FSL Community BSP supports barebox and u-boot as bootloaders.

  • barebox: Barebox - a bootloader that inherits the best of U-Boot and the Linux kernel
  • u-boot-boundary: u-boot for Boundary Devices boards.
  • u-boot-compulab: u-boot which includes support for CompuLab boards.
  • u-boot-congatec: u-boot which includes support for Congatec Boards.
  • u-boot-fslc: U-Boot based on mainline U-Boot used by FSL Community BSP in order to provide support for some backported features and fixes, or because it was submitted for revision and it takes some time to become part of a stable version, or because it is not applicable for upstreaming.
  • u-boot-imx: U-Boot provided by Freescale with focus on i.MX reference boards.
  • u-boot-ls1: U-Boot provided by Freescale with focus on QorIQ Layerscape1 boards
  • u-boot-timesys: bootloader for Vybrid platforms
  • u-boot-toradex: U-Boot bootloader with support for Toradex Computer on Modules.

The following table shows the default bootloaders (and their versions) for the supported boards.

Default bootloader version for each supported machine
Board Bootloader Bootloader version
cfa10036 barebox 2013.08.0
cfa10037 barebox 2013.08.0
cfa10049 barebox 2013.08.0
cfa10055 barebox 2013.08.0
cfa10056 barebox 2013.08.0
cfa10057 barebox 2013.08.0
cfa10058 barebox 2013.08.0
cgtqmx6 u-boot-congatec 2013.04
cm-fx6 u-boot-compulab 2014.10
colibri-vf u-boot-toradex v2015.04+git
cubox-i u-boot-fslc v2015.04+git
imx233-olinuxino-maxi u-boot-fslc v2015.04+git
imx233-olinuxino-micro u-boot-fslc v2015.04+git
imx233-olinuxino-mini u-boot-fslc v2015.04+git
imx233-olinuxino-nano u-boot-fslc v2015.04+git
imx23evk u-boot-fslc v2015.04+git
imx28evk u-boot-fslc v2015.04+git
imx31pdk u-boot-fslc v2015.04+git
imx35pdk u-boot-fslc v2015.04+git
imx51evk u-boot-fslc v2015.04+git
imx53ard u-boot-fslc v2015.04+git
imx53qsb u-boot-fslc v2015.04+git
imx6dl-riotboard u-boot-fslc v2015.04+git
imx6dlsabreauto u-boot-fslc v2015.04+git
imx6dlsabresd u-boot-fslc v2015.04+git
imx6qsabreauto u-boot-fslc v2015.04+git
imx6qsabrelite u-boot-boundary v2014.07+git
imx6qsabresd u-boot-fslc v2015.04+git
imx6sl-warp u-boot-fslc v2015.04+git
imx6slevk u-boot-fslc v2015.04+git
imx6solosabreauto u-boot-imx 2014.04-imx_v2014.04_3.14.28_1.0.0_ga
imx6solosabresd u-boot-imx 2014.04-imx_v2014.04_3.14.28_1.0.0_ga
imx6sxsabreauto u-boot-imx 2014.04-imx_v2014.04_3.14.28_1.0.0_ga
imx6sxsabresd u-boot-fslc v2015.04+git
ls1021atwr u-boot-ls1 2015.01+ls1
m28evk u-boot-fslc v2015.04+git
m53evk u-boot-fslc v2015.04+git
nitrogen6x u-boot-boundary v2014.07+git
nitrogen6x-lite u-boot-boundary v2014.07+git
pcl052 u-boot-timesys v2011.12
pcm052 u-boot-timesys v2011.12
quartz u-boot-timesys v2011.12
twr-vf65gs10 u-boot-fslc v2015.04+git
ventana u-boot v2015.01+git
wandboard-dual u-boot-fslc v2015.04+git
wandboard-quad u-boot-fslc v2015.04+git
wandboard-solo u-boot-fslc v2015.04+git

User Space Packages

There is a huge number of user space packages provided by the Yocto Project. The following table shows some version for few highlighted packages.

Main user space package versions
Package Board/SoC Family Version
gstreamer All 0.10.36
gstreamer1.0 All 1.4.5
libdrm All 2.4.59
udev All 182

Freescale User Space Packages

This section shows the version package for each board. Those packages provide hardware acceleration for GPU or VPU, hardware optimization or some hardware test tools.

  • Hardware acceleration is achieved using a different core for processing some specific task. In this case, GPU or VPU.
  • Hardware optimization is achieved with some changes in source code in order to get a better performance for a specific task on a specific hardware. For example, audio decode made by software, but with optimizations for ARM.
  • Hardware-specific is applicable when the package was designed to be executed on a specific hardware, and it does not make sense on other hardware. For example, imx-test is a test package for imx boards. It can be cross-compiled for any other core, although it will only behave as expect if executed on imx boards.

The package version and variety varies on SoC Hierarchy. For example, machines with i.MX28 SoC does not have VPU, the recipe imx-vpu is not needed. There are differences, as well, in GPU support recipes.

Version by SoC Hierarchy

The following table shows the version of each package depending on the SoC Hierarchy.

User space package version by SoC hierarchy
Package name ls102xa mx28 mx5 mx6q / mx6dl mx6sl vf60
amd-gpu-bin-mx51 11.09.01
amd-gpu-x11-bin-mx51 11.09.01
directfb 1.7.6 1.7.6 1.7.6 1.7.4 1.7.4 1.7.6
directfb-examples 1.7.0 1.7.0 1.7.0 1.7.0 1.7.0 1.7.0
firmware-imx 3.14.28-1.0.0 3.14.28-1.0.0 3.14.28-1.0.0
fsl-alsa-plugins 1.0.25 1.0.25
gpu-viv-bin-mx6q
gpu-viv-g2d
gst-fsl-plugin 4.0.3 4.0.3 4.0.3 4.0.3
gstreamer1.0-plugins-imx 0.11.1
imx-lib 11.09.02 3.10.53-1.1.0 3.10.53-1.1.0
imx-test 00.00.00 3.14.28-1.0.0 3.14.28-1.0.0 3.14.28-1.0.0 00.00.00
imx-uuc 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5
imx-vpu 11.09.02 5.4.28 5.4.28
libfslcodec 4.0.3 4.0.3 4.0.3 4.0.3
libfslparser 4.0.3 4.0.3 4.0.3 4.0.3
libfslvpuwrap 1.0.58
libmcc 1.05
libz160 11.09.01
mqxboot 1.0
mxsldr 0.0.0+git 0.0.0+git 0.0.0+git 0.0.0+git 0.0.0+git 0.0.0+git
xf86-video-imxfb 11.09.01
xf86-video-imxfb-vivante 5.0.11.p4.5 5.0.11.p4.5

Hardware relation by SoC Hierarchy

The following table shows how packages interact with hardware depending on the SoC Hierarchy

Hardware dependant packages
Package Name mx28 mx5 mx6 vf60
imx-test HW-specific HW-specific HW-specific
gst-fsl-plugin HW-specific HW-specific HW-specific
libfslcodec HW optimization HW acceleration HW acceleration
libfslparser HW optimization HW optimization HW optimization
imx-vpu HW acceleration HW acceleration
imx-lib HW acceleration HW acceleration
firmware-imx HW-specific HW-specific
mxsldr HW-specific
gpu-viv-g2d HW acceleration
xf86-video-imxfb-vivante HW acceleration
gpu-viv-bin-mx6q HW acceleration
directfb HW acceleration
directfb-examples HW acceleration
xf86-video-imxfb HW acceleration
amd-gpu-bin-mx51 HW acceleration
libz160 HW acceleration
amd-gpu-x11-bin-mx51 HW acceleration
libfslvpuwrap HW acceleration
fsl-alsa-plugins HW-specific
gstreamer1.0-plugins-imx HW acceleration
imx-uuc HW-specific HW-specific HW-specific
libmcc  
mqxboot HW-specific

PackageGroups and Images

The FSL Community BSP provides a list of PACKAGEGROUPS and images intended to ease the initial development of custom applications.

The main goal is not to provide a production solution, on the contrary, it should be seen as an example of package set for a specific IP development, and an example of initial generic development and test images.

PACKAGEGROUPS

The following list shows the current PACKAGEGROUPs available in Fido when using FSL Community BSP.

You can understand what a PACKAGEGROUPS is and learn how to use it in Yocto Project Development Manual

  • packagegroup-fsl-gstreamer: Package group used by FSL Community to provide audio, video, and debug GStreamer’s plugins with the required hardware acceleration (if supported by the SoC).
  • packagegroup-fsl-gstreamer-full: Package group used by FSL Community to provide audio, video, and debug GStreamer’s plugins (including good and bad ones) with the required hardware acceleration (if supported by the SoC).
  • packagegroup-fsl-mfgtool: Freescale Manufacturing Tool requirements.
  • packagegroup-fsl-tools-benchmark: Package group used by FSL Community to provide a set of benchmark applications.
  • packagegroup-fsl-tools-gpu: Package group used by FSL Community to add the packages which provide GPU support.
  • packagegroup-fsl-tools-gpu-external: Package group used by FSL Community to provide graphic packages used to test the several hardware accelerated graphics APIs including packages not provided by Freescale.
  • packagegroup-fsl-tools-testapps: Packagegroup used by FSL Community to provide a set of packages and utilities for hardware test.
  • packagegroup-fslc-gstreamer1.0: Package group used by FSL Community to provide audio, video, networking and debug GStreamer plugins with the required hardware acceleration (if supported by the SoC).
  • packagegroup-fslc-gstreamer1.0-full: Package group used by FSL Community to provide all GStreamer plugins from the base, good, and bad packages, as well as the ugly and libav ones if commercial packages are whitelisted, and plugins for the required hardware acceleration (if supported by the SoC).

Images

The following images are provided by FSL Community BSP only. See the list of Yocto Project’s reference images in Yocto Project Reference Manual

  • fsl-image-machine-test: A console-only image that includes gstreamer packages, Freescale’s multimedia packages (VPU and GPU) when available, and test and benchmark applications.
  • fsl-image-mfgtool-initramfs: Small image to be used with Manufacturing Tool (mfg-tool) in a production environment.
  • fsl-image-multimedia: A console-only image that includes gstreamer packages and Freescale’s multimedia packages (VPU and GPU) when available for the specific machine.
  • fsl-image-multimedia-full: A console-only image that includes gstreamer packages and Freescale’s multimedia packages (VPU and GPU) when available for the specific machine.
  • qt-in-use-image: qt-in-use-image version 1.0-r0.
  • qte-in-use-image: qte-in-use-image version 1.0-r0.

Test results

Freescale has a complete test cycle for the BSP released. It includes tests for Linux Kernel for the GPU package and for the VPU package (and all other package needed by the BSP, such as imx-lib).

The results and known issues, from Linux Kernel, GPU and VPU packages can be found in the Freescale Release Notes (Download tab of freescale.com/imx).

For boards from meta-fsl-arm-extra, the test cycle is performed by each mantainer.

Acknowledgements

The FSL BSP Community is a community effort of keeping and mantaining a Freescale boards/chips layer for the Yocto Project.

Fido Source Code

The following people helped to construct the source code for the release:

Statistics for meta-fsl-arm
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Processed 300 csets from 33 developers
9 employers found
A total of 6593 lines added, 7637 removed (delta -1044)

Developers with the most changesets
Otavio Salvador             92 (30.7%)
Lauren Post                 49 (16.3%)
Neena Busireddy             27 (9.0%)
Chunrong Guo                27 (9.0%)
Ting Liu                    13 (4.3%)
Fabio Estevam               12 (4.0%)
Zidan Wang                  11 (3.7%)
Daiane Angolini              7 (2.3%)
Carlos Rafael Giani          5 (1.7%)
Gary Thomas                  5 (1.7%)
Jacob Kroon                  5 (1.7%)
Jun Zhu                      5 (1.7%)
Alexander Shashkevych        5 (1.7%)
Andreas Müller              4 (1.3%)
Stefan Christ                4 (1.3%)
Max Krummenacher             4 (1.3%)
Javier Viguera               3 (1.0%)
Alexandre Belloni            3 (1.0%)
Dominic Sacré               2 (0.7%)
Florian Vallee               2 (0.7%)
Stefan Agner                 2 (0.7%)
Zhenhua Luo                  2 (0.7%)
Ann Thornton                 1 (0.3%)
Nikolay Dimitrov             1 (0.3%)
Matt Madison                 1 (0.3%)
Robert P. J. Day             1 (0.3%)
John Weber                   1 (0.3%)
Prabhu Sundararaj            1 (0.3%)
Dan McGregor                 1 (0.3%)
Alex Gonzalez                1 (0.3%)
Mingtao Qu                   1 (0.3%)
Gary Bisson                  1 (0.3%)
Samuli Piippo                1 (0.3%)

Developers with the most changed lines
Lauren Post               3883 (31.4%)
Otavio Salvador           3031 (24.5%)
Neena Busireddy           2603 (21.0%)
Zidan Wang                 682 (5.5%)
Dominic Sacré             462 (3.7%)
Ting Liu                   425 (3.4%)
Chunrong Guo               321 (2.6%)
Jacob Kroon                278 (2.2%)
Andreas Müller            133 (1.1%)
Prabhu Sundararaj           66 (0.5%)
Alexandre Belloni           57 (0.5%)
Carlos Rafael Giani         47 (0.4%)
Max Krummenacher            47 (0.4%)
Nikolay Dimitrov            47 (0.4%)
Mingtao Qu                  44 (0.4%)
Jun Zhu                     37 (0.3%)
Alexander Shashkevych       36 (0.3%)
Gary Bisson                 35 (0.3%)
Javier Viguera              29 (0.2%)
Fabio Estevam               19 (0.2%)
Stefan Agner                18 (0.1%)
Daiane Angolini             15 (0.1%)
Gary Thomas                 15 (0.1%)
Alex Gonzalez               12 (0.1%)
Stefan Christ                8 (0.1%)
Florian Vallee               7 (0.1%)
Ann Thornton                 6 (0.0%)
John Weber                   3 (0.0%)
Zhenhua Luo                  2 (0.0%)
Matt Madison                 2 (0.0%)
Robert P. J. Day             1 (0.0%)
Dan McGregor                 1 (0.0%)
Samuli Piippo                1 (0.0%)

Developers with the most lines removed
Lauren Post               1767 (23.1%)
Zidan Wang                 479 (6.3%)
Neena Busireddy            342 (4.5%)
Jacob Kroon                107 (1.4%)
Carlos Rafael Giani         18 (0.2%)
Javier Viguera              14 (0.2%)
Alexander Shashkevych        8 (0.1%)

Developers with the most signoffs (total 213)
Otavio Salvador            206 (96.7%)
Jacob Kroon                  2 (0.9%)
Prabhu Sundararaj            2 (0.9%)
Lauren Post                  1 (0.5%)
David S. Miller              1 (0.5%)
Eric Bénard                 1 (0.5%)

Developers with the most reviews (total 1)
Fabio Estevam                1 (100.0%)

Developers with the most test credits (total 3)
Daiane Angolini              1 (33.3%)
Gary Thomas                  1 (33.3%)
Nikolay Dimitrov             1 (33.3%)

Developers who gave the most tested-by credits (total 3)
Fabio Estevam                1 (33.3%)
Otavio Salvador              1 (33.3%)
Stefan Christ                1 (33.3%)

Developers with the most report credits (total 8)
Petr Kubizňák              3 (37.5%)
Lauren Post                  2 (25.0%)
Alexandre Belloni            2 (25.0%)
Gary Thomas                  1 (12.5%)

Developers who gave the most report credits (total 8)
Otavio Salvador              8 (100.0%)

Top changeset contributors by employer
Freescale                  154 (51.3%)
O.S. Systems                92 (30.7%)
(Unknown)                   35 (11.7%)
(Consultant)                 5 (1.7%)
Digi International           4 (1.3%)
PHYTEC Messtechnik GmbH      4 (1.3%)
Free Electrons               3 (1.0%)
Toradex                      2 (0.7%)
(None)                       1 (0.3%)

Top lines changed by employer
Freescale                 8057 (65.1%)
O.S. Systems              3031 (24.5%)
(Unknown)                 1145 (9.3%)
Free Electrons              57 (0.5%)
Digi International          41 (0.3%)
Toradex                     18 (0.1%)
(Consultant)                15 (0.1%)
PHYTEC Messtechnik GmbH      8 (0.1%)
(None)                       1 (0.0%)

Employers with the most signoffs (total 213)
O.S. Systems               206 (96.7%)
Freescale                    3 (1.4%)
(Unknown)                    2 (0.9%)
Eukrea Electromatique        1 (0.5%)
Red Hat                      1 (0.5%)

Employers with the most hackers (total 34)
(Unknown)                   15 (44.1%)
Freescale                   11 (32.4%)
Digi International           2 (5.9%)
O.S. Systems                 1 (2.9%)
Free Electrons               1 (2.9%)
Toradex                      1 (2.9%)
(Consultant)                 1 (2.9%)
PHYTEC Messtechnik GmbH      1 (2.9%)
(None)                       1 (2.9%)


Statistics for meta-fsl-arm-extra
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Processed 89 csets from 15 developers
7 employers found
A total of 9866 lines added, 7501 removed (delta 2365)

Developers with the most changesets
Eric Nelson                 14 (15.7%)
Otavio Salvador             13 (14.6%)
Fabio Estevam               11 (12.4%)
Ian Coolidge                 9 (10.1%)
Alex de Cabo                 9 (10.1%)
Stefan Agner                 8 (9.0%)
Alfonso Tamés               5 (5.6%)
Pushpal Sidhu                5 (5.6%)
Daiane Angolini              3 (3.4%)
Valentin Raevsky             3 (3.4%)
Raphael Silva                3 (3.4%)
Dominic Sacré               2 (2.2%)
Nikolay Dimitrov             2 (2.2%)
Carlos Rafael Giani          1 (1.1%)
Mario Domenech Goulart       1 (1.1%)

Developers with the most changed lines
Eric Nelson               7993 (47.0%)
Valentin Raevsky          5311 (31.2%)
Raphael Silva              951 (5.6%)
Dominic Sacré             721 (4.2%)
Pushpal Sidhu              591 (3.5%)
Stefan Agner               423 (2.5%)
Alex de Cabo               303 (1.8%)
Otavio Salvador            282 (1.7%)
Fabio Estevam              205 (1.2%)
Alfonso Tamés             154 (0.9%)
Daiane Angolini             47 (0.3%)
Ian Coolidge                24 (0.1%)
Nikolay Dimitrov             6 (0.0%)
Carlos Rafael Giani          2 (0.0%)
Mario Domenech Goulart       2 (0.0%)

Developers with the most lines removed
Eric Nelson               5862 (78.1%)
Carlos Rafael Giani          1 (0.0%)

Developers with the most signoffs (total 77)
Otavio Salvador             76 (98.7%)
Fabio Estevam                1 (1.3%)

Developers with the most reviews (total 4)
Fabio Estevam                4 (100.0%)

Developers with the most test credits (total 3)
Fabio Estevam                3 (100.0%)

Developers who gave the most tested-by credits (total 3)
Otavio Salvador              3 (100.0%)

Developers with the most report credits (total 1)
Peter Bergin                 1 (100.0%)

Developers who gave the most report credits (total 1)
Fabio Estevam                1 (100.0%)

Top changeset contributors by employer
Boundary Devices            23 (25.8%)
O.S. Systems                17 (19.1%)
(Unknown)                   15 (16.9%)
Freescale                   14 (15.7%)
Congatec AG                  9 (10.1%)
Toradex                      8 (9.0%)
CompuLab                     3 (3.4%)

Top lines changed by employer
Boundary Devices          8017 (47.1%)
CompuLab                  5311 (31.2%)
(Unknown)                 1474 (8.7%)
O.S. Systems              1235 (7.3%)
Toradex                    423 (2.5%)
Congatec AG                303 (1.8%)
Freescale                  252 (1.5%)

Employers with the most signoffs (total 77)
O.S. Systems                76 (98.7%)
Freescale                    1 (1.3%)

Employers with the most hackers (total 15)
(Unknown)                    5 (33.3%)
O.S. Systems                 3 (20.0%)
Freescale                    2 (13.3%)
Boundary Devices             2 (13.3%)
CompuLab                     1 (6.7%)
Toradex                      1 (6.7%)
Congatec AG                  1 (6.7%)


Statistics for meta-fsl-demos
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Processed 29 csets from 9 developers
4 employers found
A total of 173 lines added, 122 removed (delta 51)

Developers with the most changesets
Otavio Salvador             15 (51.7%)
Neena Busireddy              5 (17.2%)
Nikolay Dimitrov             2 (6.9%)
Daiane Angolini              2 (6.9%)
Lauren Post                  1 (3.4%)
Max Krummenacher             1 (3.4%)
Matt Madison                 1 (3.4%)
Alexander Shashkevych        1 (3.4%)
Alex Gonzalez                1 (3.4%)

Developers with the most changed lines
Neena Busireddy             77 (42.5%)
Otavio Salvador             65 (35.9%)
Daiane Angolini             26 (14.4%)
Max Krummenacher             4 (2.2%)
Alexander Shashkevych        3 (1.7%)
Nikolay Dimitrov             2 (1.1%)
Lauren Post                  2 (1.1%)
Matt Madison                 1 (0.6%)
Alex Gonzalez                1 (0.6%)

Developers with the most lines removed
Max Krummenacher             1 (0.8%)
Alexander Shashkevych        1 (0.8%)

Developers with the most signoffs (total 14)
Otavio Salvador             14 (100.0%)

Developers with the most reviews (total 0)

Developers with the most test credits (total 0)

Developers who gave the most tested-by credits (total 0)

Developers with the most report credits (total 2)
Nikolay Dimitrov             1 (50.0%)
Neena Busireddy              1 (50.0%)

Developers who gave the most report credits (total 2)
Otavio Salvador              2 (100.0%)

Top changeset contributors by employer
O.S. Systems                15 (51.7%)
Freescale                    8 (27.6%)
(Unknown)                    5 (17.2%)
Digi International           1 (3.4%)

Top lines changed by employer
Freescale                  105 (58.0%)
O.S. Systems                65 (35.9%)
(Unknown)                   10 (5.5%)
Digi International           1 (0.6%)

Employers with the most signoffs (total 14)
O.S. Systems                14 (100.0%)

Employers with the most hackers (total 9)
(Unknown)                    4 (44.4%)
Freescale                    3 (33.3%)
O.S. Systems                 1 (11.1%)
Digi International           1 (11.1%)


Statistics for base
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Processed 0 csets from 0 developers
0 employers found
A total of 0 lines added, 0 removed (delta 0)

Developers with the most changesets

Developers with the most changed lines

Developers with the most lines removed

Developers with the most signoffs (total 0)

Developers with the most reviews (total 0)

Developers with the most test credits (total 0)

Developers who gave the most tested-by credits (total 0)

Developers with the most report credits (total 0)

Developers who gave the most report credits (total 0)

Top changeset contributors by employer

Top lines changed by employer

Employers with the most signoffs (total 0)

Employers with the most hackers (total 0)


Statistics for Documentation
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Processed 61 csets from 5 developers
3 employers found
A total of 3404 lines added, 2909 removed (delta 495)

Developers with the most changesets
Daiane Angolini             38 (62.3%)
Lucas Dutra Nunes            8 (13.1%)
Otavio Salvador              6 (9.8%)
Bob Cochran                  5 (8.2%)
Mario Domenech Goulart       4 (6.6%)

Developers with the most changed lines
Daiane Angolini           3001 (84.1%)
Lucas Dutra Nunes          253 (7.1%)
Bob Cochran                214 (6.0%)
Otavio Salvador             78 (2.2%)
Mario Domenech Goulart      22 (0.6%)

Developers with the most lines removed

Developers with the most signoffs (total 14)
Daiane Angolini              8 (57.1%)
Otavio Salvador              6 (42.9%)

Developers with the most reviews (total 0)

Developers with the most test credits (total 1)
Daiane Angolini              1 (100.0%)

Developers who gave the most tested-by credits (total 1)
Daiane Angolini              1 (100.0%)

Developers with the most report credits (total 0)

Developers who gave the most report credits (total 0)

Top changeset contributors by employer
Freescale                   28 (45.9%)
O.S. Systems                18 (29.5%)
(Unknown)                   15 (24.6%)

Top lines changed by employer
Freescale                 2373 (66.5%)
(Unknown)                  842 (23.6%)
O.S. Systems               353 (9.9%)

Employers with the most signoffs (total 14)
Freescale                    8 (57.1%)
O.S. Systems                 6 (42.9%)

Employers with the most hackers (total 6)
O.S. Systems                 3 (50.0%)
(Unknown)                    2 (33.3%)
Freescale                    1 (16.7%)

Known Issues

ALL

  1. Fail to build imx-lib/imx-vpu/imx-test/gst-fsl-plugin when building against linux-fslc
  2. Weston/Wayland/Directb for SOC_FAMILY: imx5 or mxs or imx3 is not hardware accelerated and has not been tested.
  3. Hob is known to not work with with FSL Community BSP. Some of known issues are problems generating the SD Card images and handling the GPU drivers.

IMX28

  1. Touch screen (with x11 at least) is not completely calibrated
  2. mfgtools supported n FSL Community BSP does not include support for i.mx28 (but it´s easy to be included and your patch is appreciated)
  3. Pendrive is not automatically mounted, but once you mount it everything works fine

IMX6

  1. perf and oprofile are not supposed to work due to hardware issue (YOCTO5148 and YOCTO4511)

Bugzilla

The list of open bugs on Bugzilla Yocto Project on time of the writing of this document is on next table.

Open

In order to see the current bug list, please use following URL: https://bugzilla.yoctoproject.org/buglist.cgi?quicksearch=meta-fsl-arm

List of open bugs
Bug ID Status Summary
3719 NEW fsl-image-gui image for imx6qsabreauto machine does not reboot
4155 IN PROGRESS REVIEW i.MX6: VPU plugins for GStreamer do not work with appsink
4156 NEW HTML5 video in GStreamer-enabled WebKit doesn’t work with VPU acceleration
5098 IN PROGRESS REVIEW gpu-viv-bin-mx6q-3.5.7-1.0.0-alpha.2-sfp.bin and gpu-viv-bin-mx6q-3.5.7-1.0.0-alpha.2-hfp.bin are missing OpenGL headers
5202 ACCEPTED distorted images from gstreamer
5331 NEW error play video via gstreamer with “mfw_isink”
5607 NEW MCIMX-LVDS1 trhows unknown mouse event on Qt 4.8
5799 NEW add standardized MAINTAINERS infrastructure
6703 NEW Kernel hangs on boot when HDMI cable is plugged
6760 NEW i.MX6: not possible to run X11 without tearing / with proper vsync
7339 NEW Performance issue in do_rootfs (buildhistory_list_installed_image)
7811 NEW Buffer corruption after resizing wayland client
7814 NEW Weston fails to build with core-image-weston on imx6qsabresd
7825 NEW Vivante: Spurious frame sent to compositor after hiding Wayland window
7852 IN PROGRESS DESIGN bitbake-layers layerindex-fetch doesn’t respect branch (-b|–branch) option
8092 NEW Implementation of the function glXChooseFBConfig in the libGL.so does not match OpenGL documentation
8266 NEW meta-fsl-arm fails do_compile of xf86-video-imxfb-vivante

Closed

See the list of issues closed in latest development release in the following table:

List of closed bugs
Bug ID Resolution Summary
4510 WONTFIX GLX load vivante_dri.so failed
4511 WONTFIX error for using oprofile.ko to profiling
5023 FIXED EXTRA_IMAGE_FEATURES += “tools-sdk” does return ERROR
5148 WONTFIX perf test fails
5178 WORKSFORME sabresd boot failure with preferred provider linux-fslc
5219 FIXED meta-fsl-arm kernel crash when using graphics acceleration
5359 FIXED [Yocto 1.5] su - USER -c ‘COMMAND’ env variable issue
5361 FIXED resolvconf fail to change dns-nameservers from /etc/network/interfaces
5826 FIXED ARM: recipe xserver-xorg-2_1.15.0-r0: task do_compile: Failed
5864 FIXED .bbappend files with % in their name and “python __anonymous () { ... }” fails to parse
6083 FIXED Vivante GPU doesn’t work with X11
6098 FIXED u-boot-fslc-v2014.01-r0: task do_compile: Failed
6545 FIXED weston patches applied unconditionally
6894 WONTFIX kernel menuconfig unusable and errors during compileing
7226 WORKSFORME bitbake failure - MACHINE=cubox-i PACKAGE_CLASSES=package_deb
7384 FIXED u-boot-fslc fails in master
7799 FIXED Parse failure due to gstreamer 0.10 removal
7845 INVALID bitbake fsl-image-qt5 build error for board VAR-SOM-MX6