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FIT file output from Yocto vs QorIQ

Question asked by Dennis Collins on Mar 21, 2019
Latest reply on Mar 27, 2019 by Yiping Wang

The FIT file in yocto Thud (and actually Morty up) is generated by inheriting the kernel-itbimage.bbclass. This FIT image only includes the kernel and device tree (from what I can see). The FIT file from qoriq_sdk_v2.0 is generated by the fsl-image-kernelitb.bb recipe, which contains a kernel, device tree and rootfs. I have tried to move the fsl-image-kernelitb.bb recipe over to yocto Thud, but this recipe had errors building an image and seemed incompatible. Given the differences, is the FIT file from yocto Thud a file that can be used to boot the ls2088ardb? If the Thud FIT file can be used, what is the best way to load a rootfs to the system (say the hard drive) and get it to boot?

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