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Firmware / Re: talos-openbmc: build failure
« on: January 15, 2021, 11:18:36 am »
holy brittle build toolchain, batman!

the fix here ended up being to determine which bitbake recipes were responsible for the missing files, then forcing a clean and install on those specific recipes:

bitbake -f -b /home/user/talos-openbmc/meta-rcs/recipes-phosphor/binary-block-editor/ -c clean
bitbake -f -b /home/user/talos-openbmc/meta-rcs/recipes-phosphor/binary-block-editor/ -c install

i also had to do the same for meta-aspeed/recipes-bsp/u-boot/ after this, you can restart the build with the usual bitbake obmc-phosphor-image command.

this really should be documented in the wiki so anyone else having the same issues doesn't have to figure out how bitbake works.

Firmware / Re: talos-openbmc: build failure
« on: December 28, 2020, 03:15:21 pm »
i decided to take a shot at doing this using a debian 9 vm and the build has failed at the same point.

i had one of the devs i work with take a look at the commit messages for the talos-openbmc repo and he didn't see anything obvious suggesting this issue has been fixed in a commit since the latest raptor-v2.00 commit.

Firmware / talos-openbmc: build failure
« on: December 27, 2020, 03:10:48 pm »
i am using a fedora-32 vm to build the openpower and openbmc firmware, and have setup the debian-chroot config per

the openpower fw built fine (apart from some messages about signing keys), but i have hit a build error for the raptor-v2.00 branch of talos-openbmc. it fails during and here is the build log

DEBUG: Executing python function extend_recipe_sysroot
NOTE: Direct dependencies are ['/home/build-user/talos-openbmc/meta/recipes-devtools/gcc/', 'virtual:native:/home/build-user/talos-openbmc/meta/recipes-devtools/pseudo/', '/home/build-user/talos-openbmc/meta-aspeed/recipes-bsp/u-boot/', '/home/build-user/talos-openbmc/meta-aspeed/recipes-bsp/u-boot/', '/home/build-user/talos-openbmc/meta/recipes-devtools/quilt/', '/home/build-user/talos-openbmc/meta/recipes-core/glibc/', '/home/build-user/talos-openbmc/meta/recipes-devtools/gcc/']
NOTE: Installed into sysroot: ['pseudo-native']
NOTE: Skipping as already exists in sysroot: ['gcc-runtime', 'u-boot-fw-utils-aspeed', 'u-boot-aspeed', 'quilt-native', 'glibc', 'gcc-cross-arm', 'mtd-utils', 'os-release', 'linux-libc-headers', 'automake-native', 'libtool-native', 'autoconf-native', 'binutils-cross-arm', 'flex-native', 'gnu-config-native', 'zlib-native', 'texinfo-dummy-native', 'gmp-native', 'xz-native', 'libmpc-native', 'mpfr-native', 'libgcc', 'lzo', 'e2fsprogs', 'util-linux', 'opkg-utils', 'zlib', 'm4-native', 'gettext-minimal-native', 'attr', 'libxcrypt', 'bash-completion', 'libpam', 'ncurses', 'flex', 'cracklib']
DEBUG: Python function extend_recipe_sysroot finished
DEBUG: Executing shell function do_install
install: cannot stat '/home/build-user/talos-openbmc/build/tmp/sysroots/bin/bbe': No such file or directory
WARNING: exit code 1 from a shell command.
ERROR: Function failed: do_install (log file is located at /home/build-user/talos-openbmc/build/tmp/work/armv6-openbmc-linux-gnueabi/obmc-phosphor-initfs/1.0-r1/temp/log.do_install.1459726)

as you can see, the bbe binary is missing.

advice appreciated.

Blackbird / Re: mainboards on backorder
« on: December 24, 2020, 11:54:25 am »
ah, just found this other post that gives some info.,175.msg1477.html#msg1477

Blackbird / LPC Guard questions
« on: December 24, 2020, 11:37:10 am »
per this document from crowdsupply about LPC Guard

is it correct to assume that LPC Guard is present in blackbird and talos ii mainboards?

is LPC Guard implemented in hw/fw, where it is passively applied, or does it need to be implemented in the os?

LPC Guard is a pretty attractive feature, thus my interest.

Blackbird / Re: How's the FlexVer connector used?
« on: December 24, 2020, 11:31:21 am »

my inference from the above marketing pdf and article on crowdsupply is that there is an additional fpga board that connects to the flexver connector.

can anyone comment on the availability of these fpga boards?

Blackbird / mainboards on backorder
« on: December 24, 2020, 11:18:56 am »
i've been checking the online store every few weeks for the past several months and the blackbird mainboards continue to show as backordered.

can someone from raptor give insight into what is driving the unavailability of blackbird boards? i expect earlier batch(es) sold out and there is a wait for the next batch to arrive.

i am keen to get one of these systems for testing, but i would like to know more about how long i should expect to wait between ordering it and receiving it before placing an order.

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