Release Notes unified i.MX6 Linux BSP
- Fix: (critical) i.MX6 DualLite/Solo Stability Issue at 396 Mhz.
Linux kernel patch "ARM: dts: imx6dl: Fix the VDD_ARM_CAP voltage for 396MHz operation".
Fixes Phytec's LPN-226e_1.
- Fix: Bitbake build warning:
WARNING: QA Issue: perf rdepends on liblzma, but it isn't a build dependency? [build-deps]
- phyflex-imx6-1 (i.MX6 Quad, 1GB RAM on two banks, 16MB NOR)
- phyflex-imx6-2 (i.MX6 Quad, 1GB RAM on one bank, 16MB NOR)
- phycard-imx6-1 (i.MX6 Quad, 1GB RAM on two banks)
- Added support for new machines:
- Added following features:
* Camera as phyCAM-S+ and phyCAM-P
* VM-010 COL and BW
* VM-011 COL and BW
* Added support for new displays:
* AC116 (phyBOARD-MIRA)
* Added support for resistive touch on different machines
* Added eMMC support
* Added VPU firmware support
* Support for Wifi Expansion
* on phyBOARD-SUBRA (PEB-B-001.A2)
* on phyBOARD-MIRA (PEB-WLBT-01.A2)
* Support for expansion PEB-AV-02-070W.A0
* Added new verified RAM calibration values for phyCORE (phyBOARD-MIRA)
* phyCORE with i.MX6 Quad/Dual: verified also for industrial temp
* phyCORE with i.MX6 DualLite/Solo: all temp
* New Camera examples phytec-v4l-c-examples and bvtest
* Update NXP/Freescale kernel GPU driver gpu-viv version 5.0.11.p4.25762
* Update NXP/Freescale userspace GPU library imx-gpu-viv version 5.0.11.p4.5-hfp
* Add SNVS poweroff support
- Issues Fixed:
* Fix ethernet phy reset on phyFLEX
* Fix USB overcurrent issue phyBOARD-MIRA
* SPI DMA issue. Nor flash should be used without DMA or
just as boot device
* Booting from NAND and using SD0 simultaneously fails (phyBOARD-SUBRA)
* USB Ethernet gadget panics
* Fix NAND UBIFS corrupted empty space problem in i.MX6 GPMI driver
* Remove broken USB automount script in poky
* Increased reliability for ext4 filesystem with option 'data=journal'
* CAN is not working with 10 kbaud (also didn´t work in previous releases)
* Ext4 write performance and powercut tolerance tradeoff:
The root filesystem on eMMC and SD-Cards is mounted with open
This increases the filesystem reliability in case of power cuts but
hurts the write performance. It depends on your application safety
needs which one you prefer.
You can change the mount option in the bootloader via the kernel
parameters. Please note that this option does not impact the read
performance of the filesystem.