I.MX 8M

i.MX 8M

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.

i.MX 8M SECO Boards

The below section find out the technical information about the supported SECO SMARC-standard board SM-C12.

Board BSP 1.0 BSP 2.0 BSP 3.0
SM-C12 - SMARC standard module with NXP i.MX 8M Processor * * *
Q7-C25 - Qseven® standard module with NXP i.MX 8M Processor *
SBC-C20 - Single Board Computer with NXP i.MX 8M Processor *

*= indicate that the bsp is supported by the board.

i.MX 8M BSP 1.0

In this section you can find the information about developing BSP 1.0 with the Seco ARM64 boards:

I.MX8 BSP 1.0 Components List

Getting Started with BSP 1.0 i.MX8

Getting a Custom BSP 1.0 for i.MX8

MFGTOOL for i.MX8

Yocto Build Guideline for i.MX8M

i.MX 8M BSP 2.0

In this section you can find the information about developing BSP 2.0 with the Seco ARM64 boards:

I.MX8 BSP 2.0 Components List

Getting Started with BSP 2.0 i.MX8

Getting a Custom BSP 2.0 for i.MX8

MFGTOOL for i.MX8 BSP 2.0

Yocto Build Guideline for i.MX8M 2.0

i.MX 8M BSP 3.0

In this section you can find the information about developing BSP 3.0 with the Seco ARM64 boards:

I.MX8 BSP 3.0 Components List

Getting Started with BSP 3.0 i.MX8

Getting a Custom BSP 3.0 for i.MX8

UUU TOOL for i.MX8 BSP 3.0

Yocto Build Guideline for i.MX8M 3.0

Carrier Boards

Seco i.MX 8 SMARC modules are supported from the carrier described at the following link: SMARC Carrier boards

Seco i.MX 8 Q7 modules are supported from the carrier described at the following link: Qseven Carrier Boards