Build webOS OSE (Open Source Edition) images
This repository contains the top level code that aggregates the various OpenEmbedded layers into a whole from which webOS OSE images can be built.
Set up build-webos by cloning its Git repository:
git clone https://github.com/webosose/build-webos.git
Note: If you populate it by downloading an archive (zip or tar.gz file), then you will get the following error when you run mcf:
fatal: Not a git repository (or any parent up to mount parent). Stopping at filesystem boundary (GIT_DISCOVERY_ACROSS_FILESYTEM not set).
Before you can build, you will need some tools. If you try to build without them, bitbake will fail a sanity check and tell you what's missing, but not really how to get the missing pieces. On Ubuntu, you can force all of the missing pieces to be installed by entering:
$ sudo scripts/prerequisites.sh
Also, the bitbake sanity check will issue a warning if you're not running under Ubuntu 14.04 64bit LTS.
To configure the build for the raspberrypi3 or qemux86 and to fetch the sources:
For raspberrypi3 $ ./mcf -p 0 -b 0 raspberrypi3 For qemux86 $ ./mcf -p 0 -b 0 qemux86
-p 0 and
-b 0 options set the make and bitbake parallelism values to the number of CPU cores found on your computer.
To kick off a full build of webOS OSE, make sure you have at least 100GB of disk space available and enter the following:
$ make webos-image
This may take in the neighborhood of two hours on a multi-core workstation with a fast disk subsystem and lots of memory, or many more hours on a laptop with less memory and slower disks or in a VM.
The following images can be built:
webos-image: The production webOS OSE image.
webos-image-devel: Adds various development tools to
webos-image, including gdb and strace. See
meta-webosfor the complete list.
To blow away the build artifacts and prepare to do clean build, you can remove the build directory and recreate it by typing:
$ rm -rf BUILD $ ./mcf.status
What this retains are the caches of downloaded source (under
./downloads) and shared state (under
./sstate-cache). These caches will save you a tremendous amount of time during development as they facilitate incremental builds, but can cause seemingly inexplicable behavior when corrupted. If you experience strangeness, use the command presented below to remove the shared state of suspicious components. In extreme cases, you may need to remove the entire shared state cache. See here for more information on it.
Building Individual Components
To build an individual component, enter:
$ make <component-name>
To clean a component's build artifacts under BUILD, enter:
$ make clean-<component-name>
To remove the shared state for a component as well as its build artifacts to ensure it gets rebuilt afresh from its source, enter:
$ make cleanall-<component-name>
Adding new layers
The script automates the process of adding new OE layers to the build environment. The information required for integrate new layer are; layer name, OE priority, repository, identification in the form branch, commit or tag ids. It is also possible to reference a layer from local storage area. The details are documented in weboslayers.py.
Copyright and License Information
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Copyright (c) 2008-2018 LG Electronics, Inc.
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