where did you put your recipe?
If it's your own meta-* layer you'd have to add it in the conf file
I want to include edi-cam folder in the file system.
basically I want to use the edi-cam functionality (i.e video streaming) built-in. So I want to include it into my image. So it includes ffmpeg too ..
Now how should I proceed ?
any solutions ?
I just followed the steps given in this guide
and using the "make" (i.e 3rd point) I built my image
starting from downloading yocto source given on Intel downloads package, I have stored everything on my desktop.
and rest of the commands I have to run in that downloaded source recipe itself. (refer this guide)
my question still isn't answered: "where did you put your edi-cam_<version>.bb recipe?
have you added your layer to out/linux64/build/conf/bblayers.conf?
I did not put edi-cam_<version>.bb recipe
I just added the following line (as example given in this guide ) into my edison-image.bb file
IMAGE_INSTALL += “edi-cam”
I did not do anything else. I have just applied the commands as it is given in the guide.
So I don't know anything about adding the layer in my bblayers.conf
If this guide contains commands of adding layers, I might have added. I don't know.
I have only added this line into my bblayers.conf file:
BBLAYERS ?= " \ Full/path/to/edison-src/meta-intel-edison/meta-openembedded/ meta-openembedded \ "
After you mentioned <version> in last reply, I found its V1.1.2 on the following link
from where will i get edi-cam1.1.2.bb recipe ?
Where should I put it ?
I'm newbie to all these so I really don't have any idea about it.
Can you please help me out with this ????
what do you really need?
Do you want to build an Edison image including edi-cam on your own? If yes, you'd have to write an edi-cam recipe on your own (probably would be mostly a package defining dependencies to ffmpeg ...).
If not, I'd recommend
- install the latest Edison image
- follow the guide on drejkim/edi-cam · GitHub. It's nicely described there.
I'm trying to make edi-cam recipe and following steps from this link
but when I run the following command, it throws error:-
x2:~/Desktop/edison-src/build$ recipetool create -o OUTFILE -x EXTERNALSRC https://github.com/drejkim/edi-cam.git
NOTE: Fetching https://github.com/drejkim/edi-cam.git...
NOTE: Source extracted to EXTERNALSRC
NOTE: Recipe OUTFILE has been created; further editing may be required to make it fully functional
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/poky/scripts/recipetool", line 94, in <module>
ret = main()
File "/poky/scripts/recipetool", line 87, in main
ret = args.func(args)
File "/poky/scripts/lib/recipetool/create.py", line 254, in create_recipe
File "/usr/lib/python2.7/shutil.py", line 239, in rmtree
onerror(os.listdir, path, sys.exc_info())
File "/usr/lib/python2.7/shutil.py", line 237, in rmtree
names = os.listdir(path)
OSError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: '/tmp/recipetool-qFW5Zb'
any solution to this ?
hmmm, wasn't even aware of that "recipetool". I just manually create my recipes ...
Do you have updates in this?
I would like to know if there is a specific reason of why you want to include this in the image and no to use the steps from the edi-cam folder.
Have you consider to just include ffmpeg into your image and the other packages required?
You can also create your own layer with all the recipes you need for this.