I was trying to build Yocto for my NXP. I tried building the Meta Freescale layer (meta-freescale - Layer containing NXP hardware support metadata). As mentioned in the Yocto Project Quick Build page, I added the Meta Freescale layer to bitbake using `bitbake-layers add-layer ../meta-freescale-2.2`. Unfortunately, when I run `bitbake meta-freescale-2.2`, I get an error message
ERROR: ParseError at ~/poky/meta/classes/image.bbclass:18: Could not inherit file classes/image_types_uboot.bbclass | ETA: 0:00:06
Summary: There were 3 WARNING messages shown.
Summary: There was 1 ERROR message shown, returning a non-zero exit code.
Any insights on this would be constructive. I would also like to mention that my final aim is to build Yocto (with RTOS support, preferably using Litmus RT) for NXP SBC-S32V234.
Thanks a lot in advance!
Dear diegoadrian ,
Thanks a lot for your response. Yes, the documentation you suggested does provide an alternate way of doing the same, but I am a bit confused regarding which machine configuration and distro should I be choosing. I am attempting to build Yocto for NXP SBC-S32V234.
Any help in this direction would be great!
That depends a lot of the device that you are using. The machine and distro may vary depending on the board that you are using. For example, the i.MX8MQ-EVK has as a machine and distro imx8mqevk and fsl-imx-xwayland respectively.
Hope this information could help you.
If you are using our BSP, is not necessary to add the meta-freesacale layer. That layer is supported since the beginning.
You just need to initialize the environment as is on our i.MX_Yocto_Project_User's_Guide and build the Yocto image.