Do you have enough space in the partition you are using for the build? You can check this with the command df –h. I’m suggesting this because the build can take a great amount of space and resources. Is this the first time this image failed in this folder location?
Thanks for your reply. I have plenty of space.
So, I realized something about the failing behavior -- although I don't have an explanation for it. Here are two different scenarios, one which succeeds and one which fails. In both cases, i make a fresh directions, untar the edison-src there (weekly-68), go through the setup and then bitbake linux-yocto.
1) It succeeds if if it's just a new random folder
2) it Fails if it is a new folder and I also do a "git init" at the top-level new folder i created (I'm trying to version some changes)
This makes no sense to me. I have tested several times to check this is the behavior I am seeing.
Thank you, yes, updating to the latest source worked. It's very strange though, I don't understand why it wouldn't work on the previous version...
This thread is for Intel Edison Platform, for Intel Galileo board please post your questions in the following site. About your question, it seems to be a problem when loading the files system. Make sure your SD card has the following files:
If the issue continues I suggest you to download the Galileo image again and place it the root of an SD card formatted in FAT32.