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How to populate and boot a board with OP-TEE
OP-TEE overview can be found in OP-TEE_overview wiki page.
OP-TEE is a combined feature from Open Embedded point of view.
A combined feature is a combination of 2 Yocto variables MACHINE_FEATURES and DISTRO_FEATURES.
So a combined feature is activated only after these two variables are set.
Once the machine is defined with MACHINE_FEATURES += "optee" and the distro is set with DISTRO_FEATURES_append = " optee ", building the OpenSTLinux distribution will provide all necessary binaries to populate and boot with OP-TEE feature.
As a reminder, STMicroelectronics machine configuration files are located here:
and STMicroelectronics distribution configuration file here:
2.1 Programming the built image with OP-TEE
Inside the build-<distro>-<machine>/tmp-glibc/deploy/images/stm32mp1/flashlayout_st-image-weston folder, one of the OP-TEE Flash layout file must be selected:
Several devices to program (microSD, e•MMC...) are available on the board.
Once the Flash layout file has been selected, the STM32CubeProgrammer tool can be used as usual.
|For microSD card and Evaluation board, the correct Flash layout file to use is: FlashLayout_sdcard_stm32mp157c-ev1-optee.tsv|
2.2 Booting the built image with OP-TEE
During boot sequence, the OP-TEE integration trace should be displayed on the UART console log. The OP-TEE core boot stage trace should look like this:
I/TC: Pager is enabled. Hashes: 1184 bytes I/TC: OP-TEE version: openstlinux-18-06-01 I/TC: Initialized
The Linux kernel boot trace should show the successful probing of the OP-TEE Linux kernel driver:
optee: probing for conduit method from DT. optee: initialized driver