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authorRichard Purdie <richard.purdie@linuxfoundation.org>2011-04-20 16:25:23 (GMT)
committerRichard Purdie <richard.purdie@linuxfoundation.org>2011-04-20 23:29:30 (GMT)
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downloadpoky-6e95cb246f39e4d49d46761b9a7d51c858ac7e9d.tar.gz
Rename poky-image-* -> core-image-* and task-poky-* -> task-core-*
(From OE-Core rev: 560b04181d8f51d189b99f01a72f17210dadf7a3) Signed-off-by: Richard Purdie <richard.purdie@linuxfoundation.org>
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@@ -87,22 +87,22 @@ Hard Disk:
87 1. Build a directdisk image format. This will generate proper partition tables 87 1. Build a directdisk image format. This will generate proper partition tables
88 that will in turn be written to the physical media. For example: 88 that will in turn be written to the physical media. For example:
89 89
90 $ bitbake poky-image-minimal-directdisk 90 $ bitbake core-image-minimal-directdisk
91 91
92 2. Use the "dd" utility to write the image to the raw block device. For example: 92 2. Use the "dd" utility to write the image to the raw block device. For example:
93 93
94 # dd if=poky-image-minimal-directdisk-atom-pc.hdddirect of=/dev/sdb 94 # dd if=core-image-minimal-directdisk-atom-pc.hdddirect of=/dev/sdb
95 95
96USB Device: 96USB Device:
97 1. Build an hddimg image format. This is a simple filesystem without partition 97 1. Build an hddimg image format. This is a simple filesystem without partition
98 tables and is suitable for USB keys. For example: 98 tables and is suitable for USB keys. For example:
99 99
100 $ bitbake poky-image-minimal-live 100 $ bitbake core-image-minimal-live
101 101
102 2. Use the "dd" utility to write the image to the raw block device. For 102 2. Use the "dd" utility to write the image to the raw block device. For
103 example: 103 example:
104 104
105 # dd if=poky-image-minimal-live-atom-pc.hddimg of=/dev/sdb 105 # dd if=core-image-minimal-live-atom-pc.hddimg of=/dev/sdb
106 106
107 If the device fails to boot with "Boot error" displayed, it is likely the BIOS 107 If the device fails to boot with "Boot error" displayed, it is likely the BIOS
108 cannot understand the physical layout of the disk (or rather it expects a 108 cannot understand the physical layout of the disk (or rather it expects a
@@ -126,7 +126,7 @@ USB Device:
126 126
127 b. Copy the contents of the poky image to the USB-ZIP mode device: 127 b. Copy the contents of the poky image to the USB-ZIP mode device:
128 128
129 # mount -o loop poky-image-minimal-live-atom-pc.hddimg /tmp/image 129 # mount -o loop core-image-minimal-live-atom-pc.hddimg /tmp/image
130 # mount /dev/sdb4 /tmp/usbkey 130 # mount /dev/sdb4 /tmp/usbkey
131 # cp -rf /tmp/image/* /tmp/usbkey 131 # cp -rf /tmp/image/* /tmp/usbkey
132 132
@@ -185,7 +185,7 @@ and may require modification of the NAND environment.
185 # cp u-boot-beagleboard.bin /media/boot/u-boot.bin 185 # cp u-boot-beagleboard.bin /media/boot/u-boot.bin
186 186
187 3. Install the root filesystem 187 3. Install the root filesystem
188 # tar x -C /media/root -f poky-image-$IMAGE_TYPE-beagleboard.tar.bz2 188 # tar x -C /media/root -f core-image-$IMAGE_TYPE-beagleboard.tar.bz2
189 # tar x -C /media/root -f modules-$KERNEL_VERSION-beagleboard.tgz 189 # tar x -C /media/root -f modules-$KERNEL_VERSION-beagleboard.tgz
190 190
191 4. Install the kernel uImage 191 4. Install the kernel uImage
@@ -279,11 +279,11 @@ name in all commands where appropriate.
279 279
280--- Preparation --- 280--- Preparation ---
281 281
2821) Build an image (e.g. poky-image-minimal) using "routerstationpro" as the 2821) Build an image (e.g. core-image-minimal) using "routerstationpro" as the
283MACHINE 283MACHINE
284 284
2852) Partition the USB drive so that primary partition 1 is type Linux (83). 2852) Partition the USB drive so that primary partition 1 is type Linux (83).
286Minimum size depends on your root image size - poky-image-minimal probably 286Minimum size depends on your root image size - core-image-minimal probably
287only needs 8-16MB, other images will need more. 287only needs 8-16MB, other images will need more.
288 288
289 # fdisk /dev/sdb 289 # fdisk /dev/sdb
@@ -304,11 +304,11 @@ only needs 8-16MB, other images will need more.
304 # mke2fs -j /dev/sdb1 304 # mke2fs -j /dev/sdb1
305 305
3064) Mount partition 1 and then extract the contents of 3064) Mount partition 1 and then extract the contents of
307tmp/deploy/images/poky-image-XXXX.tar.bz2 into it (preserving permissions). 307tmp/deploy/images/core-image-XXXX.tar.bz2 into it (preserving permissions).
308 308
309 # mount /dev/sdb1 /media/sdb1 309 # mount /dev/sdb1 /media/sdb1
310 # cd /media/sdb1 310 # cd /media/sdb1
311 # tar -xvjpf tmp/deploy/images/poky-image-XXXX.tar.bz2 311 # tar -xvjpf tmp/deploy/images/core-image-XXXX.tar.bz2
312 312
3135) Unmount the USB drive and then plug it into the board's USB port 3135) Unmount the USB drive and then plug it into the board's USB port
314 314