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Hi 

We use Freescale SDK for LS1021A processor and we would like to add "zdump" command into our Root File System.

Which Yocto package should we use?

The SDK contents "tzcode-native" package, but it is possible to run on only the host machine.

Regards

Victor

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You must be working with a damaged or improperly installed SDK,  incorrectly setup environment or unsupported host distribution. Install your SDK afresh, make sure you followed all installation instructions:

https://freescale.sdlproducts.com/LiveContent/content/en-US/QorIQ_SDK/GUID-C4A38716-7009-43DD-A9D3-1...

This is how it looks  with a properly installed SDK:

platon@platon-ws:~/work/QorIQ-SDK-V2.0-20160527-yocto/build_ls1021atwr$ bitbake -s | grep glibc
glibc                                   :linaro-2.20-r2014.11                          
glibc-initial                           :linaro-2.20-r2014.11                          
glibc-locale                                  :linaro-2.20-r0                          
glibc-mtrace                                  :linaro-2.20-r0                          
glibc-scripts                                 :linaro-2.20-r0                          
nativesdk-glibc                         :linaro-2.20-r2014.11                          
nativesdk-glibc-initial                 :linaro-2.20-r2014.11                          
nativesdk-glibc-locale                        :linaro-2.20-r0                          

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I was able to insert "zdump" utility in our root file system when I added "eglibc-utils" in the IMAGE_INSTALL += line, although even the "eglibc-utils" package was not in the "bitbake -s" list.

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zdump is part of glibc Yocto package


Have a great day,
Platon

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Thank you for the answer Platon,

I did not find “glibc” package in the SDK. Please see the bitbake response below:

bitbake -s | grep glibc

eglibc :linaro-2.19-r2014.04

eglibc-initial :2.19-r0

eglibc-locale :2.19-r0

eglibc-mtrace :2.19-r0

eglibc-scripts :2.19-r0

nativesdk-eglibc :linaro-2.19-r2014.04

nativesdk-eglibc-initial :2.19-r0

nativesdk-eglibc-locale :2.19-r0

I verified that “zdump” command is also NOT included in the “eglibc” package.

Could you specify which Yocto package contents the “zdump” command?

Regards,

Victor

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You must be working with a damaged or improperly installed SDK,  incorrectly setup environment or unsupported host distribution. Install your SDK afresh, make sure you followed all installation instructions:

https://freescale.sdlproducts.com/LiveContent/content/en-US/QorIQ_SDK/GUID-C4A38716-7009-43DD-A9D3-1...

This is how it looks  with a properly installed SDK:

platon@platon-ws:~/work/QorIQ-SDK-V2.0-20160527-yocto/build_ls1021atwr$ bitbake -s | grep glibc
glibc                                   :linaro-2.20-r2014.11                          
glibc-initial                           :linaro-2.20-r2014.11                          
glibc-locale                                  :linaro-2.20-r0                          
glibc-mtrace                                  :linaro-2.20-r0                          
glibc-scripts                                 :linaro-2.20-r0                          
nativesdk-glibc                         :linaro-2.20-r2014.11                          
nativesdk-glibc-initial                 :linaro-2.20-r2014.11                          
nativesdk-glibc-locale                        :linaro-2.20-r0                          

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Thank you for your support, Platon.

You are right. We use the Freescale-Linux-SDK-for-LS1021A-IOT-Rev2-v0.4-20150907-yocto.iso version of SDK.

I also found the “zdump” utility in the eglibc (linaro-2.19-r2014.04) package.

Regards

Victor Mazin

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