LSDK 20.04 Generate new linux tarball fail

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LSDK 20.04 Generate new linux tarball fail

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Contributor II

I am working on generating the new kernel tarball with custom kernel to replace exit kernel on target board.

I followed the suggestion on page. 174 (Layerscape Software Development Kit User Guide, LSDK 20.04_290520)  "How to replace the default Linux kernel with custom kernel on target board".

The steps are:

1) flex-builder -c linux:custom -a arm64

2) flex-builder -c linux -a arm64

3) flex-builder -i mkbootpartition -a arm64

then, a new kernel tarball "<flexbuild-dir>/build/image/linux_5.4_LS_arm64_<timestamp>.tgz" should be generated, but it does not.

The result is showed as below,

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Which step do I miss ?

Note,

On the LSDK 19.09, the kirnel tarball could be generated correctly.

 

Thanks

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NXP TechSupport
NXP TechSupport

It is a mistake in LSDK 2004 User Guide.

 

Correct statement is the follow:

The new kernel tarball <flexbuild-dir>/build/images/bootpartition_LS_arm64_lts_5.4_<timestamp>.tgz will be generated.

Have a great day,
Pavel Chubakov

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Contributor II

Hi Pavel,

On the LSDK 19.09, the kernel tarball could be generated correctly.

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Thanks

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