LTIB on i.MX6 without X

Published on December 18, 2012

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Our previous LTIB images for i.MX6 have all been re-packaged versions of the binaries released by Freescale.

We just uploaded the first that we actually built ourselves. You can download it from here:

To install it, simply download and extract onto a single-partition SD card like so:

~/$ echo ,,83 | sudo sfdisk /dev/mmcblk0 ~/$ sudo mkfs.ext3 -L ltib-12.09 /dev/mmcblk0p1 && sync ~/$ udisks --mount /dev/mmcblk0p1 ~/$ sudo tar -C /media/ltib-12.09/ -zxvf ltib-12.09-20121218.tar.gz ~/$ sync && sudo umount /media/ltib-12.09 For those of you who have gone through the process, LTIB can be quirky and has a number of host-system dependencies that can get in the way of a successful build.

The following is a list of the hurdles we had to overcome during the build process.

The LTIB image contains our latest non-Android kernel from Github and the latest version of U-Boot.

The LTIB configuration itself includes G-Streamer acceleration and the Vivante GPU demos and is configured to provide a login on /dev/tty0. Additional details are available in the file README.ltib in the root of the tar-ball.