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Deploy dpl file to LSDK 16.04 USB bootable stick

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dorinpopa
Contributor I

Built a new dpl file here: flexbuild/build/firmware/dpl-examples/ls2088a/RDB/dpl-eth.0x2A_0x41.dtb

What is the correct way to install this new dpl onto a bootable usb stick?

Tried to flexbuild

flex-builder -c firmware -m ls2088ardb

but  flexinstall the whole firmware deos not seem to be present for usb media with -f option below:

Usage: /home/telrad/workspace/LSDK/1709_9.4/flexbuild/tools/flex-installer option [argment] [option [argment]]
OPTION:
-m, --machine machine name
-f, --firmware firmware to be programmed into SD card or NOR flash
-b, --bootpart boot partition image to be programmed into SD/USB/SATA media
-r, --rootfs distro rootfs image to be programmed into SD/USB/SATA media
-d, --device device name of SD/USB/SATA disk in Linux
-s, --startblock start block number of SD card for programming firmware
-i, --instruction instruction
-h, --help print help info

Thanks,

Dorin

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dorinpopa
Contributor I

Hi Pavel,

I also see that neither to build a composite image for sd is not working (to include my dpl into it)

{DASH}-telrad@telrad-VirtualBox:~/workspace/LSDK/1709_9.4/flexbuild$ flex-builder -i mkfw -m ls2088ardb -b sd -B uboot
INSTRUCTION: mkfw
MACHINE: ls2088ardb
BOOTTYPE: sd
BUILDARG: uboot
Generating sdboot composite firmware image for ls2088ardb ...
uboot_sdboot on ls2088ardb: unsupported!

Does it mean that the only option to change the DPL is if I boot from NOR flash ? 

Unfortunately the NOR flash is to small to accommodate a Distro other than the Tinny Distro even the one built with 

additional_packages_list_minimal

Thanks for advising,

Dorin

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Pavel
NXP TechSupport
NXP TechSupport

Look at the Sections 4.5 and  5.4.4.1 of NXP LSDK 1709 documentation:

https://www.nxp.com/docs/en/supporting-information/LSDK-KC-REV0.pdf

 

These Sections shows that USB is not supported for DPL file deploying.


Have a great day,
Pavel Chubakov

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