Yocto for Raspberry Pi Book Description:
The Yocto Project is a Linux Foundation workgroup, which produces tools (SDK) and processes (configuration, compilation, installation) that will enable the creation of Linux distributions for embedded software, independent of the architecture of embedded software (Raspberry Pi, i.MX6, and so on). It is a powerful build system that allows you to master your personal or professional development.
This book presents you with the configuration of the Yocto Framework for the Raspberry Pi, allowing you to create amazing and innovative projects using the Yocto/OpenEmbedded eco-system. It starts with the basic introduction of Yocto’s build system and takes you through the setup and deployment steps for Yocto. It then helps you to develop an understanding of Bitbake (the task scheduler), and learn how to create a basic recipe through a GPIO application example. You can then explore the different types of Yocto recipe elements (LICENSE, FILES, SRC_URI, and so on). Next, you will learn how to customize existing recipes in Yocto/OE layers and add layers to your custom environment (qt5 for example).
About This Book
- Set up and configure the Yocto Project efficiently with Raspberry Pi
- Deploy multimedia applications from existing Yocto/OE layers
- An easy-to-follow guide to utilizing your custom recipes on your Raspberry Pi
Who This Book Is For
If you are a student or a developer of embedded software, embedded Linux engineer or embedded systems incompetence with Raspberry Pi and want to discover the Yocto Project, then this book is for you. Experience with Yocto is not needed.
What You Will Learn
- Explore the basic concept of Yocto’s build system and how it is organized in order to use it efficiently with Raspberry Pi
- Generate your first image with Yocto for Raspberry Pi
- Understand how to customize your Linux kernel within the Yocto Project
- Customize your image in order to integrate your own applications
- Write your own recipes for your graphical applications
- Integrate a custom layer for the Raspberry Pi