Disabling the new "binfmt" doesn't work and breaks the build. I have
sent an email to the mailinglist and this might be fixed but at the
same time binfmt is split into a new package anyway. At the same time
we should enable some items we have now switched off. Once we start
to use/stabilize this build we need to check what we need and what the
- remove file with wrong path to ifplugd
DAEMON=/usr/bin/ifplugd vs. /usr/sbin/ifplugd
- use lambda expression for sysmobts/sysmobsc-kernel to
include busybox-ifplugd or not
- use different defconfig files between master
and dora to enable ifplugd or not
- use different interfaces files between master
and dora to enable auto stanza or not
for the dhcp interface
Fixes: SYS#868 and SYS#1535
[hfreyther: Try to pick an option less likely to break the
Dora support but allowing us to move forward. Not entirely
compile tested due IO load of the system]
[hfreyther: I asked henning to move forward and not test this. We
do not have dhcp/dynamic config in /etc/network/interfaces and the
link will always be up on the idu due it being connected to a switch.
ifplugd is not doing anything useful in this context]
* the license in README has a new checksum, it now clarifies
* bump the layer priority otherwise we could not use the latest version,
because the yocto layers have a higher priority
This means that currently only Yocto Dora and Yocto Master are
being targeted. The amount of maintenance to get it to work on
Edison again is too high and it is better to focus on a systemd
only world. Remove the symlinks for yocto-edison.
A quick look and some notes from henning pointed me to wget
which is in the default layers, the sysmobts-2050 which is now
handle dby sysmobts and some older notes that are unlikely
to be addressed.
* split out rtl-nic firmware from the big
[hfreyther: For whatever reasons the NIC works without
additional firmware as well. I couldn't see in the driver
source when that is the case and which features are missing]
We want to enable the watchdog in the bootloader already and
for this to be failsafe we need to have a kernel that can boot
and get ethernet without any additional modules. Now systemd
would not be able to trigger the watchdog and the system would
reboot within 60 seconds. I am not sure how the kernel upgrade
will go and we need to try this.
We are currently using 1.5 (dora). Copy the bbappends to the
yocto-dizzy directory and update the version numbers. For busybox
enable all features that were enabled between dora and origin/master.
For opkg_svn.bbapend. In dizzy there is a version attached to it.
This means we need to remove it from the yocto-shared directory
and keep it everywhere else.