The below article explains how to build and install the SECO Linux OS BSP, where BSP stands for Board Support Package, on the i.MX platform.
It also covers SECO special features like Embedded Controller ,CPLD(Complex Programmable logic device) and LPC (Low Pin count interface) On-board and how to use them.The below section describes how to customize the SECO BSP according to the user needs and it will helps you to reduce the development time.
i.MX6 SECO Boards
The below section find out the technical information about the supported SECO Q7-standard board like Q7-928,μQ7-962, μQ7-A75-J & Single board computer SBC-A62-J , SYS-A62-10 , SBC-984 , SBC-B08 & SBC-C23.
*= indicate that the bsp is supported by the board.
i.MX6 BSP 9.0
To use BSP 9.0 with i.MX6 you need to build it from source using the following guideline:
Older BSP releases
i.MX6 BSP 5.0
In this section you find informations for developing BSP 5.0 with the Seco ARM boards:
i.MX6 BSP 6.0
In this section you find informations for developing BSP 6.0 with the Seco ARM boards:
i.MX6 BSP 7.0 (Deprecated)
In this section you find informations for developing BSP 7.0 with the Seco ARM boards:
Note: In this BSP7.0 of 4-9-88 version is not supported some machine features by default.
- LVDS resolution management
- Ad-hoc wireless Yocto meta-layer
These are present in BSP6.0 and Same will be available for BSP8.0(Work in progress).
i.MX6 BSP 8.0
In this section you find informations for developing BSP 8.0 with the Seco ARM boards:
Seco i.MX 6 modules are supported from the carrier described at the following link: Qseven Carrier Boards