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GENIVI 7.0 (Intrepid) — I-1.1 baseline

Software Base

  • Yocto Project (Dizzy)
    • Linux Kernel 3.14.19

Layer Dependencies


Supported Hardware

The following hardware platforms are supported:

QEMU (ARMv7) —emulated machine: vexpressa9
QEMU (IA-32) —emulated machine: qemux86
QEMU (x86-64) —emulated machine: qemux86-64

Check out the baseline for building

% mkdir $HOME/genivi-baseline
% cd $HOME/genivi-baseline
% git clone git://
% cd poky; git checkout df87cb27efeaea1455f20692f9f1397c6fcab254; cd -
% git clone git://
% cd meta-openembedded; git checkout 9efaed99125b1c4324663d9a1b2d3319c74e7278; cd -
% git clone git://
% cd meta-ivi; git checkout 7.0.2; cd -

How to build and run?

Build and run a QEMU image including GENIVI P1 components from source

You can build and run a QEMU image including GENIVI P1 and some P2 components using the steps provided in the from the meta-ivi 7.0 branch.

meta-ivi 7.0.2 metadata

The meta-ivi 7.0.2 metadata has been sent to the meta-ivi mailing list.
The meta-ivi-7.0.2_metadata.7z archive that is attached to that email should have the following contents:

Package Manifest :[ARMv7][IA-32][x86-64] package.manifest
License Manifest :[ARMv7][IA-32][x86-64] license.manifest
Human-readable information about the build configuration and metadata source revisions :[ARMv7][IA-32][x86-64] build-id
graphviz-compatible dependency graphs for the image :[ARMv7][IA-32][x86-64]
A list of files in the image with permissions, owner/group, size, and symlink information :[ARMv7][IA-32][x86-64] files-in-image.txt
A text file containing name-value pairs with information about the image :[ARMv7][IA-32][x86-64] image-info.txt
A list of installed packages (names only) :[ARMv7][IA-32][x86-64] installed-package-names.txt
A list of installed packages ordered by size :[ARMv7][IA-32][x86-64] installed-package-sizes.txt
A list of installed packages (full package filename) :[ARMv7][IA-32][x86-64] installed-packages.txt


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Last Edit: 13:13, 25 November 2014‎ Holger

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