I have not seen this kind of error before. What Linux OS are you using? What image are you building?
- if you can't upgrade git on the server why not using a local newer version? (git clone https://github.com/git/git in a local directory and then compile it and set PATH to the local git directory)
- seems you are missing chrpath: "Please install the following missing utilities: chrpath"
- is there an issue with your nfs? "The TMPDIR: /nfs/pdx/disks/rriver03/zhouleix/MyWorkspace/IHL2/yocto/micro/build/tmp can't be located on nfs."
Hi Alvarado & ihahn，
I am using SUSE. I can not install new git version.
What is the method for poky to get the version of software package? Should it be 'git --version'?
Can I skip the sanity check? how?
surely you could clone and compile a local git. The sanity checks are there for a reason. But well, at the end check the various bitbake python scripts and feel free to modify. But I'd rather recommend getting Yocto running as is
FYI this is why the Yocto Project provides the buildtools. They can be installed without root privileges, and provide known good versions of tools such as git, tar, etc. where those can't for whatever reason be provided by the build host. See the following manual section:
(I realise this is for a newer version of the build system, however this part is just as applicable to the version you will be using).