Brussels / 3 & 4 February 2024


Using linux-yocto as a Yocto BSP kernel

The linux-yocto kernel is widely known as a default OpenEmbedded / Yocto kernel, used for QEMU machines and several default Yocto BSPs. For other platforms it is use quite rarely. Nevertheless it is a kernel recommended by the Yocto Project Compatible Layer program. This talk is dedicated to the meta-qcom (Qualcomm Yocto BSP layer) swich from the Linaro-backed kernel to linux-yocto. It provides step-by-step guide and lists the positive sides and drawbacks of such conversion. Also it covers the peculiarities of the linux-yocto itself, it's config system based on the features files and config snippets.


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