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arsadhusainmomi
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UPDATE:

I was able to get the "linux/mxcfb.h" and other related headers in the sysroot

by adding the following lines in conf/local.conf

while compiling the image.

IMAGE_INSTALL_append += "\
kernel-dev \
kernel-devsrc \
"

EXTRA_IMAGE_FEATURES += "\
dev-pkgs \
"

Which adds the headers in kernel source directory /opt/fsl-imx-x114.1.15-2.1.0/sysroots/cortexa7hf-neon-poky-linux-gnueabi/usr/src/kernel/include/

But the cross-compiler still isn't able to find them,

as they are not in ../sysroot/../usr/include/

"-I/.." flag while compiling the pragram didn't help either.

What I'm trying to do is,

compile the imx-test programs in a standalone environment.

The readme.txt inside the imx-test source directory instructs as below.

2. Build Steps
==============

To build all the tests and bootloaders, run make as shown:

make PLATFORM=MXC27530EVB LINUXPATH=/home/marsha/LINUX2.6/linux \
KBUILD_OUTPUT=/home/marsha/LINUX2.6/kbuild/mxc27530evb \
CROSS_COMPILE=/opt/montavista/mobilinux/devkit/arm/v6_vfp_le/bin/arm_v6_vfp_le-

Note that you have to specify 4 things: PLATFORM, LINUXPATH, KBUILD_OUTPUT, and CROSS_COMPILE.

The build results will end up in the platform directory.

To build a single test add the test dir name to the above like:

make PLATFORM=MXC27530EVB LINUXPATH=/home/marsha/LINUX2.6/linux \
KBUILD_OUTPUT=/home/marsha/LINUX2.6/kbuild/mxc27530evb \
CROSS_COMPILE=/opt/montavista/mobilinux/devkit/arm/v6_vfp_le/bin/arm_v6_vfp_le- \
mxc_mu_test

I've tried building it as per these instructions,

But it still isn't able to find the headers.

Please help asap.

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Yuri
NXP TechSupport
NXP TechSupport

Hello,

  Please look at the following threads how to build i.MX test package.

Hope it helps.

Building imx-tests on ubuntu hardfloat rootfs for imx6d/q 

[imx-tests] Compile mxc_vpu_test 

Have a great day,

Yuri

 

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