5 Replies Latest reply on Sep 29, 2014 1:29 AM by tsvetan.filev

    Yocto build and boot from SD card

    tsvetan.filev

      Hello.

       

      I tried to run a yocto build on my OpenSuSE 13.1 box but it seems the build does not work there yet. So I downloaded the virtual appliance and built yocto from there. I chose core-image-full-cmdline-genericx86 type and kept all settings to default.

      I then mounted core-image-full-cmdline-genericx86-20140819225600.hddimg and copied all files on my SD card.

      Here is the content

      .

      ./EFI

      ./EFI/BOOT

      ./EFI/BOOT/grub.cfg

      ./EFI/BOOT/bootia32.efi

      ./initrd

      ./ldlinux.sys

      ./rootfs.img

      ./syslinux.cfg

      ./vmlinuz

      ./ldlinux.c32

       

      Here is my grub config

       

      # Automatically created by OE

      serial --unit=0 --speed=115200 --word=8 --parity=no --stop=1

      default=boot

      timeout=10

       

      menuentry 'boot'{

      linux /vmlinuz LABEL=boot root=/dev/ram0  

      initrd /initrd

      }

       

      menuentry 'install'{

      linux /vmlinuz LABEL=install-efi root=/dev/ram0  

      initrd /initrd

      }

       

      But when I try to boot it here is what I get:

       

       

      The boot process just stucks there.

       

      When I try with the official image LINUX_IMAGE_FOR_SD_Intel_Galileo_v1.0.2 it boot OK.

      I have FW 1.0.2 on my board.

       

      Do I need to do something special in order to boot yocto build ?

       

      Regards.