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We're thrilled this year to announce GENIVI's second year of participation in the Google Summer of Code. Zeeshan Ali got us involved last year and this year Gunnar and myself are serving as mentors for a young student from Sri Lanka named Chandeepa Dissanayake. The project Chandeepa has chosen to embark upon is the Voice Command of IVI project. Today is officially the first day of coding after a period of getting to know the student. The full schedule for GSoC 2018 is available. 

Some of the technologies that are being looked at for use are CMUsphinx; https://cmusphinx.github.io/wiki/ and Google's speech to text API: https://cloud.google.com/speech-to-text/

In my last blog introducing Genivi-14 support for Renesas R-Car Gen 3 I ended by noting that updates to meta-ivi, GDP and Yocto BSP v3.6.0 would be arriving soon. This time I would like to update you on those.

R-Car Gen 3 Yocto BSP v3.6.0

The initial Genivi-14 support used Yocto BSP v3.4.0. Upstream has now updated to Yocto BSP v3.6.0 and I have updated GDP to use it. More on GDP later, let's start with Yocto BSP v3.6.0.

Developer Summary

PurposeRepository LocationBranch
Upstream Yocto BSP supporthttps://github.com/renesas-rcar/meta-renesas.gitrocko

Adapt Yocto BSP (meta-renesas) to Genivi Yocto Baseline (meta-ivi)

https://github.com/GENIVI/meta-ivi-renesas.gitgenivi-14.x

Migration Guide

if you wish to use the "click through" licensed gfx/mmp packages that requires no NDA then please download the packages for Yocto v3.6.0 and Wayland 1.13 /Weston 2.0 from here.

The new Yocto BSP release introduces support for the E3 SoC and updates to various Yocto BSP packages including the kernel, Initial Program Loader (IPL) and u-boot. Please flash the updated IPL/u-boot to your board. Instructions for doing that can be found on elinux.org in the "Flashing Firmware" section of the M3 Starter Kit and H3 Starter Kit board pages. For Salvator-X(S) and Ebisu boards please refer to the documentation that came with the customer Yocto BSP.

Details of the Yocto BSP changes can be found in the git commit messages. Here is a log using the github compare function.

Please refer to the table below for the correct dtb to use for your board and SoC:

BoardSoCDTB filename
EbisuE3Image-r8a77990-ebisu.dtb
M3 Starter KitM3

Image-r8a7796-m3ulcb.dtb

Salvator-XM3Image-r8a7796-salvator-x.dtb
Salvator-XSM3Image-r8a7796-salvator-xs.dtb
Salvator-XM3N 1.1Image-r8a7796-salvator-x.dtb
Salvator-XSM3N 1.1Image-r8a77965-salvator-xs.dtb
H3 Starter KitH3 1.0, 1.1Image-r8a7795-es1-h3ulcb.dtb
H3 Starter KitH3 2.0Image-r8a7795-h3ulcb.dtb
Salvator-XH3 1.0, 1.1Image-r8a7795-es1-salvator-x.dtb
Salvator-XH3 2.0Image-r8a7795-salvator-x.dtb
Salvator-XSH3 2.0Image-r8a7795-salvator-xs.dtb


Documentation

Historically I have maintained pages discussing the building of Genivi s/w for R-Car in the meta-ivi Yocto BSP wiki area. I have now added a page covering R-Car Gen 3 builds for Genivi-14.

GDP

Rebasing of GDP on the Genivi-14 Yocto Baseline is well underway. Since the last blog I sent pull request #2 to update the R-Car Gen 3 support to Genivi-14. This has now been merged into the working patch set and the current state of the rebase can be found in GDP PR #177.

It builds on R-Car Gen3. At the time of writing there is an integration issue that is stopping the HMI from starting automatically on all platforms.

With the recent P-0.1 release of the Genivi Yocto Baseline (meta-ivi) it is a good time for me to discuss building it using the R-Car Gen 3 Yocto BSP.

14.0.0 (P-1.0) has now been released and should also work.

Developer Summary

PurposeRepository LocationBranch
Upstream Yocto BSP supporthttps://github.com/renesas-rcar/meta-renesas.gitrocko

Adapt Yocto BSP (meta-renesas) to Genivi Yocto Baseline (meta-ivi)

https://github.com/GENIVI/meta-ivi-renesas.gitgenivi-14.x

Please see the section below for notes on migration and the changes.

Developer Notes

Upstream Yocto BSP

Some of you may have noticed that the location of meta-renesas in the table above has changed. In Genivi 14 I have adopted the upstream Yocto BSP meta-renesas layer. That was part of the plan when the former Genivi Yocto BSP was split into two layers in the Genivi 13 development cycle. Now upstream supports Yocto Project 2.4 there is no need to support it in the fork of meta-renesas in my own account. If you are not familiar with the history of the Renesas Genivi Yocto BSP and that all sounds very confusing do not worry. Simply use the git repositories shown above.

During development of the meta-ivi Genivi 14 pre-releases I tested R-Car support using upstream Yocto BSP release v3.4.0.

v3.4.0 is a major update from the v2.23.1 used for Genivi 13 support. Some of the changes include support for:

  • Yocto Project 2.4.1
  • Poky GCC 7.2 (linaro toolchain can still be used if you wish)
  • Linux kernel 4.14 stable
  • Gfx and mmp
    • Weston 2.0.0
    • Gstreamer 1.12.2

Details of the Yocto BSP changes can be found in the git commit messages. Here is a log using the github compare function.

If you wish to use the "click through" licensed gfx/mmp packages that require no NDA then please download the packages for Yocto v3.4.0 and Wayland 1.13 /Weston 2.0 from here.

Next Steps

Work is underway rebasing GDP on the Genivi 14 Yocto Baseline (see GDP PRs #173, 175 in github). I will send patches to update the R-Car Gen 3 support after the Easter break.

Renesas is in the process of releasing Yocto BSP v3.6.0, a minor update to v3.4.0. The 14.0.0 release of meta-ivi will also be made soon. Once available I will blog again on using them.

(Update: Both of these are now done. See the blog post above on Yocto BSP v3.6.0 for details and a link to the page for building Genivi-14 on R-Car Gen 3)



The baseline has been released, basic information is here, including build instructions, metadata and changelogs from the required meta-layers:

https://at.projects.genivi.org/wiki/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=16026279

The test reports are still not filled in properly, this should be done in a couple of days. 

The roadmap can be found here:

https://collab.genivi.org/wiki/display/genivi/Yocto+GENIVI+Baseline+-+Pulsar+Roadmap

The meta-ivi release is available here:

https://github.com/GENIVI/meta-ivi/tree/P-0.1

There are currently a couple of known issues:

https://at.projects.genivi.org/jira/projects/BASE/issues/BASE-58
https://at.projects.genivi.org/jira/projects/BASE/issues/BASE-52

For future reference, our plan going forward to P-1.0 is to move as much as possible of the version specific information from the wiki to the inline meta-ivi documentation to keep it version controlled together with the source code in question. We would also like to make some focus on automating/improving the test suites so they are easier to use and get status information from, as well as updating build instructions to use the scripts available in the scripts directory of meta-ivi for fetching and preparing builds. 

Is now live and lives here → Google Summer of Code Instructions and ideas

This page is a blog post for the 2018 Google Summer of Code program. This page is for brainstorming, for coming up with ideas that would be suitable projects for a student to take on and integrate into GENIVI's platform. One likely would want to target the development platform or the SDE but additions to meta-ivi would also be useful ideas. If you wanted to add to meta-ivi however you'd want to work closely with the meta-ivi maintainer(s) and would likely want to mentor the student to guide them through the process not just of integration but also of acceptance into GENIVI's compliance program. If you would rather target a proof of concept or a set of GENIVI APIs, or even demonstrate some specific functionality of your product that works with GENIVI, then GSoC mentoring would be a good way to do that. Below are some ideas that we're going to provide to the GSoC program to entice students in the project to participate. Feel free to add your ideas as well. Please note that we need more mentors to make sure we are effective so if you add an idea or project, please consider mentoring that project as well.

The deadline for submissions has passed! Please see the page here for more info on GSoC ideas for 2018!

In an earlier blog I introduced Yocto Project 2.3 (Pyro)/Genivi 13 support on the Renesas R-Car Generation 3 SoCs.

That support was based on upstream (Krogoth) Yocto BSP release v2.19. Since then the upstream has updated to first release v2.23.0 and then very recently to v2.23.1. I have now merged these new versions into the Pyro/Genivi 13 support.

Developer Summary

Reminder: Starting with support for YP 2.3 (Pyro) the Genivi Yocto BSP has been split into two layers, meta-renesas a community Yocto BSP providing Yocto support and meta-ivi-renesas to adapt the Yocto BSP to the needs of the Genivi Yocto Baseline. For a more detailed explanation please see the previous blog.

PurposeRepository LocationBranch
Community Yocto BSP supporthttps://github.com/slawr/meta-renesas.gitpyro

Adapt community Yocto BSP (meta-renesas) to Genivi Yocto Baseline (meta-ivi)

https://github.com/GENIVI/meta-ivi-renesasgenivi-13

A Pull Request has been sent to to the GDP project to update GDP Master to use it. It has been successfully tested with both the M3 and H3 Starter Kit boards and I expect it to be merged early in the New Year.

Please see the section below for notes on migration and the changes.

Developer Notes

Migration Guide

The meta-renesas working branch steve/pyro has been merged into the product branch pyro. All future maintenance will occur on the pyro branch.

This support is based on upstream Yocto BSP release v2.23.1.

If you are updating from the earlier Pyro/Genivi-13 support there is no need to update the gfx and mmp packages you use. Both the previous support based on BSP v2.19 and this updated support based on v2.23.1 use the packages for YBSP v2.23 and Wayland 1.13 / Weston 2.0 which can be downloaded from here.

The new Yocto BSP release introduces support for the M3N SoC variant and updates to various Yocto BSP packages including the kernel, Initial Program Loader (IPL) and u-boot. Please flash the updated IPL/u-boot to your board. Instructions for doing that can be found on elinux.org in the "Flashing Firmware" section of the M3 Starter Kit and H3 Starter Kit board pages. For Salvator-X(S) boards please refer to the documentation that came with the customer Yocto BSP.

Details of the Yocto BSP changes can be found in the git commit messages. Here is a log using the the github compare function.

Please refer to the table below for the correct dtb to use for your board and SoC:

BoardSoCDTB Filename
M3 Starter KitM3

Image-r8a7796-m3ulcb.dtb

Salvator-XM3Image-r8a7796-salvator-x.dtb
Salvator-XSM3Image-r8a7796-salvator-xs.dtb
H3 Starter KitH3 WS 1.0, WS 1.1Image-r8a7795-es1-h3ulcb.dtb
H3 Starter KitH3 WS 2.0Image-r8a7795-h3ulcb.dtb
Salvator-XH3 WS 1.0, WS 1.1Image-r8a7795-es1-salvator-x.dtb
Salvator-XH3 WS 2.0Image-r8a7795-salvator-x.dtb
Salvator-XSH3 WS 2.0Image-r8a7795-salvator-xs.dtb


Known Issues

  1. By default GDP selects the first enumerated display for output, which for the Salvator-X board means VGA. To run GDP using the HDMI connector please disable the LVDS and VGA outputs in your weston.ini. This ensures GDP selects the correct display. See JIRA ticket GDP-569 - GDP does not handle multiple display outputs To Do for discussion of this GDP issue.
  2. Building optee-os requires libMagickWand to be installed on your host machine. Many linux distros, including Ubuntu, ship with it installed, but if it is not please install it. See JIRA ticket GDP-598 - optee-os fails compilation on GDP Master / Renesas M3 due to ImageMagick Analysis for details.

The GDP init setup script mechanism that sets up GDP for specific targets has now been extended to include support for the new Renesas R-Car H3 Starter Kit Premier board. The board has also been added to the list of supported boards.

The GDP readme has been extended to included the board, but to initialise the build environment:

source init.sh r-car-h3-starter-kit

Some of you may have noticed I released Yocto Project 2.3 (Pyro) support for R-Car Gen 3 (H3/M3/E3 SoC) based boards some weeks ago and that pull requests have been created to integrate the support into the GDP project.

I am happy to announce that initial work is now complete and R-Car Gen 3 support is available for both the Genivi Yocto Baseline (meta-ivi) and the Genivi Development Platform.

Developer Summary

Starting with support for YP 2.3 (Pyro) the Genivi Yocto BSP has been split into two layers, meta-renesas a community Yocto BSP providing Yocto support and meta-ivi-renesas to adapt the Yocto BSP to the needs of the Genivi Yocto Baseline.

PurposeRepository LocationBranch
Community Yocto BSP supporthttps://github.com/slawr/meta-renesas.gitstevel/pyro

Adapt community Yocto BSP (meta-renesas) to Genivi Yocto Baseline (meta-ivi)

https://github.com/GENIVI/meta-ivi-renesasgenivi-13

Support has been merged into the GDP Master branch for inclusion in the upcoming GDP-13 release.

Please see the section below for notes on migration and the changes.

Developer Notes

Splitting the Genivi Yocto BSP into two layers

For a variety of reasons prior to Genivi 13 Renesas provided Genivi support in a single Yocto BSP layer. This layer provided both community support for a specific Yocto version and contained the changes required by the Genivi Yocto Baseline.

Splitting the Genivi 13 support into two layers has some useful advantages. Principally that the community Yocto BSP layer can be re-used across multiple alliances as it only provides Yocto support. The same community Yocto BSP could be used across both Genivi and AGL for example.

This change means that a separate layer is required to hold the changes to adapt it to the Genivi Yocto Baseline. After discussion how best to maintain such a layer alongside meta-ivi in the BIT I decided to create the new layer meta-ivi-renesas. As it is tightly associated with meta-ivi and Genivi it is hosted in the Genivi organisation in github. Please send Genivi related changes to meta-ivi-renesas.

Changes specific to GDP, will remain in the GDP layers as always.

Note for users of Genivi 10, 11 and 12 support will remain in the existing git repository https://github.com/slawr/renesas-rcar-gen3 so that existing references continue to work.

Hopefully that is clear. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me.

Migration Guide

This support is based on upstream Yocto BSP release v2.19.

Please update to the gfx and mmp packages for Yocto BSP v2.23. Users of the "click through" packages that require no NDA can download both packages here.
Background to the update: Weston 2.0 contains a fix to an upstream buffer handling issue. The v2.19 packages contained a workaround to the original issue which when combined with Weston 2.0 will result in an inverted screen. v2.23 reverts the workaround and therefore returns the screen to the correct orientation.

Please refer to the table below for the correct dtb to use for your board and SoC:


BoardSoCDTB Filename
M3 Starter KitM3

Image-r8a7796-m3ulcb.dtb

Salvator-XM3Image-r8a7796-salvator-x.dtb
Salvator-XSM3Image-r8a7796-salvator-xs.dtb
H3 Starter KitH3 WS 1.0, WS 1.1Image-r8a7795-es1-h3ulcb.dtb
H3 Starter KitH3 WS 2.0Image-r8a7795-h3ulcb.dtb
Salvator-XH3 WS 1.0, WS 1.1Image-r8a7795-es1-salvator-x.dtb
Salvator-XH3 WS 2.0Image-r8a7795-salvator-x.dtb
Salvator-XSH3 WS 2.0Image-r8a7795-salvator-xs.dtb



Known Issues

  1. By default GDP selects the first enumerated display for output, which for the Salvator-X board means VGA. To run GDP using the HDMI connector please disable the LVDS and VGA outputs in your weston.ini. This ensures GDP selects the correct display. See JIRA ticket GDP-569 - Getting issue details... STATUS for discussion of this GDP issue.
  2. Building optee-os requires libMagickWand to be installed on your host machine. Many linux distros, including Ubuntu, ship with it installed, but if it is not please install it. See JIRA ticket GDP-598 - Getting issue details... STATUS for details.

The name of the git repository for the Genivi Yocto BSP for the Renesas R-Car Gen 2 (H2/M2/E2 SoC) family of boards (e.g. M2 Porter, E2 Silk) has been renamed on github from meta-renesas to meta-renesas-rcar-gen2 (https://github.com/slawr/meta-renesas-rcar-gen2). The commits within the repository remain the same. Please update your git remote to point to the new location.

I will be sending a pull request to change GDP-11 Gen 2 support to point to the renamed repository after the Seoul AMM.

The repository was renamed to allow a new structure to be put in place for the R-Car Gen 3 (H3/M3 SoC) Yocto BSP, starting with the Genivi 13 and YP 2.3 (Pyro) support, which includes aligning with the meta-renesas name used in the Gen 3 upstream.


Last month I blogged about the initial release of Genivi 12 support for the Genivi Yocto Baseline and Genivi Development Platform on R-Car Gen 3 (H3/M3/E3 SoC) based boards. That support was based on v2.17 of the upstream Yocto BSP. Since then upstream has updated to v2.19 so I have now updated the Genivi 12 support to use it.

Developer Summary

I have pushed pull request #89 to update the GDP project to use it. Once merged I will update the GDP wiki.
Update: The GDP Master branch pull request has now been merged.

Please see the section below for notes on migration and testing.

Developer Notes

Migration Guide

This support is based on upstream Yocto BSP release v2.19.

A summary of changes to be aware of since v2.17:

  1. Please download and use the updated gfx/mmp package for Yocto BSP v2.19.
    1. Gfx has been updated to v1.3.2.
      1. The name of the graphics initscript has changed.
    2. MMP has been updated to v3.0.9.
  2. The Initial Program Loader (IPL) has been updated to v1.0.14
  3. The gfx/mmp copy script copy_evaproprietary_softwares.sh now searches zip files for the archives it needs to copy.
    This means the developer no longer has to unzip the two "click through" licensed downloads before running the script.
    The script for the NDA Evaluation licensed packages copy_proprietary_softwares.sh already has that feature.
  4. The kernel and u-boot package has been updated to release v3.5.3 (based on Linux Kernel 4.9 Stable)
    1. Please refer to the table below for the correct dtb to use for your board and SoC:

      BoardSoCDTB Filename
      M3 Starter KitM3

      Image-r8a7796-m3ulcb.dtb

      Salvator-XM3Image-r8a7796-salvator-x.dtb
      Salvator-XSM3Image-r8a7796-salvator-xs.dtb
      Salvator-XH3 WS 1.0, WS 1.1Image-r8a7795-es1-salvator-x.dtb
      Salvator-XH3 WS 2.0Image-r8a7795-salvator-x.dtb
      Salvator-XSH3 WS 2.0Image-r8a7795-salvator-xs.dtb

See individual commit messages for details of the changes between v2.17 and v2.19.

Reminder:

  • The u-boot start address changed from H’49000000 to H’50000000 in YBSP v2.16.
  • The start address of the BL2 component of the Initial Program Loader (IPL) became 0xE6304000 in YBSP v2.17.

I have sanity tested GDP Master on the following boards:

Known Issues

  1. By default GDP selects the first enumerated display for output, which for the Salvator-X board means VGA. To run GDP using the HDMI connector please disable the LVDS and VGA outputs in your weston.ini. This ensures GDP selects the correct display. See JIRA ticket GDP-569 - Getting issue details... STATUS for discussion of this GDP issue.
  2. Building optee-os requires libMagickWand to be installed on your host machine. Many linux distros, including Ubuntu, ship with it installed, but if it is not please install it. See JIRA ticket GDP-598 - Getting issue details... STATUS for details.

I am happy to announce an initial release of Genivi 12 support for the Genivi Yocto Baseline and Genivi Development Platform.

Developer Summary

I have added a wiki guide to building Genivi 12 for R-Car Gen 3 platforms to the meta-ivi bsp h/w wiki page. This guide covers both the Genivi Yocto Baseline and the GDP.

The M3 Starter Kit low cost board is supported in the GDP-12 board initialisation code. The Salvator-X Evaluation board can be built with a simple local.conf change described in the GDP build instructions.

Developer Notes

Migration Guide

This support is based on Yocto BSP release v2.17.

A summary of changes to be aware of since v2.16 (used in the Genivi 11 support):

  1. Please download and use the updated gfx/mmp package for Yocto BSP v2.17.
    1. Gfx has been updated to v1.3.1. Firmware now supports H3 WS 2.0.
    2. MMP has been updated to v3.0.8.
  2. Wayland: weston.ini can now be configured to support ivi-shell/ivi-extension.
    1. To add the config for ivi-shell add "ivi-shell" to your Yocto DISTRO_FEATURES, e.g. DISTRO_FEATURES_append = " ivi-shell"
  3. The dtb filename has changed for R-Car H3:
    1. Please use “Image-r8a7795-es1-salvator-x.dtb” for WS 1.0 and WS 1.1
    2. Please use “Image-r8a7795-salvator-x.dtb” for WS 2.0
  4. The Initial Program Loader (IPL) has been updated to v1.0.13
    1. The start address of the BL2 component of the Initial Program Loader (IPL) is now 0xE6304000.

Reminder: The u-boot start address changed from H’49000000 to H’50000000 in BSP v2.16.

Testing

Normally I develop Genivi Yocto Baseline support, then support for GDP. However to support the GDP Experience event at the AMM for this initial release I directly went to GDP. I have sanity tested various GDP sha during the development of GDP-12 including the current GDP Master HEAD dd37144 on the M3 Starter Kit, i.e. the about to be released GDP-12 has been tested.

GDP is of course built on top of the Genivi Yocto Baseline and currently uses meta-ivi sha 0b7d601. So indirectly the Genivi Yocto Baseline has been tested as well. After the AMM I will sanity test the Baseline on its own, along with the Salvator-X Evaluation boards.


Update 5/6/2017: GDP-12 has now been successfully sanity tested on the Salvator-X board as well

Known Issues

  1. By default GDP selects the first enumerated display for output, which for the Salvator-X board means VGA. To run GDP using the HDMI connector please disable the LVDS and VGA outputs in your weston.ini. This ensures GDP selects the correct display. See JIRA ticket GDP-569 - Getting issue details... STATUS for discussion of this GDP issue.

 

The Baserock Baseline Delivery Team is pleased to announce the release of the Baserock GENIVI Miranda M-1.0. Please download the available images from the Baserock GENIVI Baseline Download Page. You can also get the source code and build them from scratch:

Any questions feel free to drop into #baserock on Freenode IRC, or join us on our mailing list. The next release of Miranda, M-1.1, is expected on week 42.

What's new in this version?

This release we have upgraded the following GENIVI related components:

  • OpenSSL to 1.0.2i

There were various other changes in Baserock systems as well since the previous M-0.2 release. You can see all the changes in our definitions with this Git log.

What is Baserock

Baserock is an Open Source project that aims to be a great way to build custom appliance systems with Linux. It integrates a large set of FLOSS components into complete custom Operating Systems. Baserock combines elements of a Linux distro, build system, a workflow and a development environment all in one. For more information, please check wiki.baserock.org

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The Baserock Baseline Delivery Team is pleased to announce the release of the Baserock GENIVI Miranda M-0.2. Please download the available images from the Baserock GENIVI Baseline Download Page. You can also get the source code and build them from scratch:

Any questions feel free to drop into #baserock on Freenode IRC, or join us on our mailing list. The next release of Miranda, M-1.0, is expected on week 38.

What's new in this version?

This release we have upgraded various GENIVI related components:

  • Bluez to 5.41
  • Alsa-lib to 1.1.2
  • Alsa-utils to 1.1.2
  • Linux Kernel to 4.7
  • OpenSSL to 1.0.2h
  • Systemd to 231
  • WPA supplicant (hostap) to 2.5

And we have also added:

  • vSomeIP 2.0.1

There were various other changes in Baserock systems as well since the previous M-0.1 release. You can see all the changes in our definitions with this Git log.

What is Baserock

Baserock is an Open Source project that aims to be a great way to build custom appliance systems with Linux. It integrates a large set of FLOSS components into complete custom Operating Systems. Baserock combines elements of a Linux distro, build system, a workflow and a development environment all in one. For more information, please check wiki.baserock.org

The Baserock Baseline Delivery Team is pleased to announce the release of the Baserock GENIVI Miranda M-0.1. Please download the available images from the Baserock GENIVI Baseline Download Page. You can also get the source code and build them from scratch:

Any questions feel free to drop into #baserock on Freenode IRC, or join us on our mailing list. The next pre-release of Miranda, M-0.2, is expected on week 35.

What's new in this version?

This release we have upgraded various GENIVI related components:

  • Linux Kernel to 4.6
  • Wayland to 1.11.0
  • Wayland-ivi-shell to 1.10.90 (Which is the pre-release of 1.11.0)
  • Weston to 1.11.0
  • Glibc to 2.23
  • Ofono to 1.18
  • Mesa to 12.0.1
  • Persistence Administration Service to 1.0.8
  • AudioManagerDaemon to 7.4
  • ConnMan to 1.33
  • GStreamer to 1.8.0
  • PulseAudio to 9.0
  • OpenSSL to 1.0.1 (tag: OpenSSL_1_0_1t)

There were various other changes in Baserock systems as well since the previous L1.0 release. You can see all the changes in our definitions with this Git log.

 

What is Baserock

Baserock is an Open Source project that aims to be a great way to build custom appliance systems with Linux. It integrates a large set of FLOSS components into complete custom Operating Systems. Baserock combines elements of a Linux distro, build system, a workflow and a development environment all in one. For more information, please check wiki.baserock.org