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Out-of-tree galcore build causing Qt seg fault

Question asked by joerutledge on Apr 10, 2018
Latest reply on Apr 11, 2018 by Bio_TICFSL

Hi. I use Yocto to build my imx6 images and toolchains, however it's a bit heavy and slow for working on kernel drivers. As such my dev cycle is to build the kernel on its own, just using the output of a "do_patch" run in yocto as the source tree base and sourcing the toolchain environment.


This is normally not a problem, as mostly I'm focussed at that end of the s/w stack. However, I now need to be able to run a Qt application (running under eglfs) on top of my continually updated kernel. To do this, I need the imx6 graphics driver working, so I get the galcore source from git:// export my kernel build directory, make it and deploy it. That module loads perfectly. However running the working application that has already been built with Yocto causes a crash, somewhere in


What do I need to do to make this work? Is there some part of Qt tied to the graphics driver that's going to force me to rebuild the entire library? What's the relationship between galcore.ko and Qt? Is there now a weird dependency between my application and the linux kernel?!