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2018-07-23recipes: get rid of the 32-bit host binariesGerard Salvatella
Enforcing to build 32-bit binaries for native and portions thereof using -m32 in EXTRA_OEMAKE_class-native may lead to building errors. Also, it seems it's time to move on from 32-bit compatibility. Affected repositories: meta-toradex-demos meta-toradex-nxp meta-toradex-tegra Signed-off-by: Gerard Salvatella <> Acked-by: Marcel Ziswiler <>
2018-06-18imx-loader: fix imx_usb configuration filesStefan Agner
The string "header" refers to which imx header the utility should try to use. Some binaries seem to have 2 headers, and header2 refers to the second. Our binaries have only 1 header, but imx_usb seems to fall back in that case. This might not be the case with newer imx_usb utilities. Specifying just "header" is correct and works in all version of imx_usb. Signed-off-by: Stefan Agner <> Acked-by: Marcel Ziswiler <>
2018-03-23imx-loader: move to a spl/u-boot download chainMax Krummenacher
Move from a recovery u-boot.imx to download first the SPL which immediately goes into SDP download mode again and then downloads u-boot.img. Signed-off-by: Max Krummenacher <> Acked-by: Marcel Ziswiler <>
2016-03-14imx-loader: update to later versionMax Krummenacher
Signed-off-by: Max Krummenacher <> Signed-off-by: Stefan Agner <>
2015-05-12recipes: replace short DESCRIPTION with SUMMARYMax Krummenacher
The SUMMARY variable gives a short description of the package (<72 chars). A missing DESCRIPTION is automatically set to the content of SUMMARY.
2014-11-13cbootimage/imx-loader/mtd-utils/tegrarcm: fix 32-bit build of our bsp/devtoolsMarcel Ziswiler
2014-08-04imx-loader: use latest from gitMax Krummenacher
2014-04-01imx-loader: update to latest from gitMax Krummenacher
2014-03-31imx-loader: update to latest from gitMax Krummenacher
2014-03-31imx-loader: fix warnings during buildMax Krummenacher
- install into local dir first and then do the sysroots deployment
2014-03-26imx-loader: add UART/USB loader for i.MX/Vybrid SoCsStefan Agner
imx-loader allows to load data directly into memory through the Serial Download Protocol (SDP). This package contains two binaries, the imx_usb and the imx_uart utility for the two supported hardware links. Configuration are available from the /etc/imx-loader.d/ directory.