Error Unable To Find Tunctl Binary In
J. Robert P. snip ... /home/rpjday/yocto/git/scripts/bitbake: line 106: -e: command not found Error: this script needs to be run from your build directory, or you need to explicitly set TMPDIR in your environment $ if [ $STATUS -ne 0 ]; then echo "tunctl failed:" exit 1 fi fi IFCONFIG=`which ifconfig 2> /dev/null` if [ "x$IFCONFIG" = "x" ]; then # better than nothing... check over here
Paul Eggleton Re: [yocto] simplest recipe for running ... For my example, that would be the 64-bit ARM toolchain found here, which is simply un-tarred directly under the root directory to create an /opt/poky/ directory structure. Feel free to test that.  Almost there ... But that's not all. Go Here
oh, wait, there's this earlier in "runqemu": # Don't use TMPDIR from the external environment, it may be a distro # variable pointing to /tmp (e.g. You don't need the toolchain because you have to compile anything. No, thanks
Best regards, Elvis Dowson -------------- next part -------------- An HTML attachment was scrubbed... WARNING: No recipes available for: /home/victor/Escritorio/GSOC/setup-scripts/sources/meta-handheld/recipes-core/udev/udev_164.bbappend /home/victor/Escritorio/GSOC/setup-scripts/sources/meta-intel/meta-fri2/recipes-core/tiny-init/tiny-init.bbappend Build Configuration: BB_VERSION = "1.17.0" TARGET_ARCH = "arm" TARGET_OS = "linux-gnueabi" MACHINE = "beaglebone" DISTRO = "angstrom" DISTRO_VERSION = "v2012.12" TUNE_FEATURES = "armv7a vfp It then ensures the variable# $POKY_NATIVE_SYSROOT is set to the sysroot's base directory, and sets# $PSEUDO to the path of the pseudo binary.#diff --git a/scripts/poky-qemu b/scripts/poky-qemuindex bc312e0..67af439 100755--- a/scripts/poky-qemu+++ b/scripts/[email protected]@ -31,9 Instead of just saying what command can't be found, tell the user how to solve their problem.
i'm aware of the writeup in the quick start guide, but that seems like overkill based on what i'm trying to do. Already have an account? and there's your QEMU session. https://github.com/bmwcarit/meta-ros/issues/98 you downloaded the images) it's likely that qemu-helper-native hasn't been built.
Normally, you run Yocto images in QEMU in the context of a current Yocto build environment and that will be discussed later. https://www.mail-archive.com/[email protected]/msg04724.html Anybody has some clue about this tunctl binary? If you're feeling ambitious, try it with a more complete image, such as core-image-sato-qemuarm.ext3, which works for me.  So what was with that runqemu script, anyway? Day Fri, 02 Mar 2012 03:58:20 -0800 i want to do a short writeup on the *simplest* recipe for how to run the pre-built yocto qemu image you can get here:
TMPDIR="$OE_TMPDIR" grrrrrrrr. check my blog Content is available under Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 . But with a little tweaking, it seems possible to hack (and I do mean "hack") things so that you can test run a number of QEMU images without the need of Signed-off-by: Ross Burton
snip ... ++ tap='Error: Unable to find tunctl binary in '\''/tmp/sysroots/x86_64-linux/usr/bin'\''' ++ '[' 1 -ne 0 ']' ++ sudo /home/rpjday/yocto/git/scripts/runqemu-ifup 1000 /tmp/sysroots/x86_64-linux Error: Unable to find tunctl binary in '/tmp/sysroots/x86_64-linux/usr/bin' ++ Terms Privacy Security Status Help You can't perform that action at this time. I understand that I can withdraw my consent at any time. http://tubee.net/error-unable/error-unable-to-find-some.html to be clear, i want to document the absolute *least* you need to do to run a yocto-built qemu image without having to build anything since, technically, you shouldn't have to.
am i missing something hideously obvious? Please don't fill out this field. and finally, launch qemu: runqemu qemux86 core-image-ros-groovy-qemux86-running-roscore runqemu qemux86 core-image-ros-groovy-qemux86-running-roscore Assuming core-image-ros-groovy-qemux86-running-roscore really means /home/victor/Escritorio/GSOC/setup-scripts/build/tmp-angstrom_v2012_12-eglibc/deploy/images/core-image-ros-groovy-qemux86-running-roscore-qemux86.ext3 Continuing with the following parameters: KERNEL: [/home/victor/Escritorio/GSOC/setup-scripts/build/tmp-angstrom_v2012_12-eglibc/deploy/images/bzImage-qemux86.bin] ROOTFS: [/home/victor/Escritorio/GSOC/setup-scripts/build/tmp-angstrom_v2012_12-eglibc/deploy/images/core-image-ros-groovy-qemux86-running-roscore-qemux86.ext3] FSTYPE: [ext3] Setting up tap interface under
Once you verify the following recipe works for you, you can try more complete (and graphical) root filesystem images, such as the Sato image.  Getting and installing the toolchain It
You've been warned.  The pre-built images You can find the top level directory of the pre-built Yocto QEMU images here. J. J. Please don't fill out this field.
J. You seem to have CSS turned off. Day Ottawa, Ontario, CANADA http://crashcourse.ca Twitter: http://twitter.com/rpjday LinkedIn: http://ca.linkedin.com/in/rpjday ======================================================================== _______________________________________________ yocto mailing list [email protected] https://lists.yoctoproject.org/listinfo/yocto Previous message View by thread View by date Next message [yocto] simplest recipe for running have a peek at these guys no problem -- i've installed the appropriate ARM toolchain under /opt/poky so: $ PATH=/opt/poky/1.1/sysroots/x86_64-pokysdk-linux/usr/bin:$PATH $ type tunctl tunctl is /opt/poky/1.1/sysroots/x86_64-pokysdk-linux/usr/bin/tunctl $ all right, away we go again: $ OE_TMPDIR=/tmp runqemu \
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Robert P. so let's completely remove my yocto install scripts directory from my search path, and use *only* the sysroots directory: $ PATH=/opt/poky/1.1/sysroots/x86_64-pokysdk-linux/usr/bin:$PATH $ TMPDIR=/tmp runqemu qemuarm \ zImage-2.6.37-qemuarm-1.0.bin \ core-image-minimal-qemuarm.ext3 ... For this example, I grabbed the following ARM-related image files: the kernel file the minimal root filesystem file and that's it. It's a# bit more complex, but offers a great user [email protected]@ -66,7 +97,7 @@ while [ $i -le $# ]; dofi;;"ext2" | "ext3" | "jffs2" | "nfs")- if [ -z "$FSTYPE"
All Rights Reserved. This utility needs to # be run as root, and will use the tunctl binary from a native sysroot. # Note: many Linux distros these days still use an older version bulwahn closed this May 25, 2015 Sign up for free to join this conversation on GitHub. Day Re: [yocto] simplest recipe for running ...
Member bulwahn commented May 25, 2015 I close this issue as is it probably outdated by now and is only weakly related to the meta-ros layer. Robert P. Personal Open source Business Explore Sign up Sign in Pricing Blog Support Search GitHub This repository Watch 32 Star 86 Fork 57 bmwcarit/meta-ros Code Issues 44 Pull requests 1 Projects The toolchain also provides the handy runqemu shell script as a convenient wrapper for calling the (also toolchain-supplied) QEMU executables, such as qemu-system-arm and so on.
SourceForge Browse Enterprise Blog Deals Help Create Log In or Join Solution Centers Go Parallel Resources Newsletters Cloud Storage Providers Business VoIP Providers Call Center Providers Home Browse Linux-Android Mini-distro Code If you try to start a QEMU session right now, you should see: $ runqemu qemuarm zImage-2.6.37-qemuarm-1.0.bin core-image-minimal-qemuarm.ext3 Continuing with the following parameters: KERNEL: [zImage-2.6.37-qemuarm-1.0.bin] ROOTFS: [core-image-minimal-qemuarm.ext3] FSTYPE: [ext3] In order