STM32MP1 Developer Package - Linux kernel

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This article provides the following information:

  • How to download and install the latest Linux kernel for the STM32 microprocessor Series used
  • Where to find the associated release note
  • Where to find the previous releases (archives)
Warning.png To use this package efficiently, please read the Developer Package article relative to your STM32 microprocessors Series: Category:Developer Package

1 Beta1 release

  • The STM32MP1 Linux kernel is delivered through a tarball file named :
    • SOURCES-kernel-stm32mp1-boards-revb-openstlinux-4.14-rocko-mp1-18-11-26.tar.xz for STM32MP157C-EV1 and STM32MP157X-DKX boards revision B
    • SOURCES-kernel-stm32mp1-boards-revc-openstlinux-4.14-rocko-mp1-18-11-26.tar.xz for STM32MP157C-EV1 and STM32MP157X-DKX boards revision C

  • Download and install the STM32MP1 Linux kernel
By downloading this software package, you agree to be bound to the terms of the Limited License Agreement. The detailed content licenses can be found here.
STM32MP1 Developer Package Linux kernel - Beta1 release
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Installation
$ cd <working directory path>/Developer-Package
  • Download the tarball file in this directory
  • Uncompress the tarball file to get the Linux kernel (Linux kernel source code, ST patches, ST configuration fragments...):
$ tar xvf SOURCES-kernel-stm32mp1-boards-revb-openstlinux-4.14-rocko-mp1-18-11-26.tar.xz
OR
$ tar xvf SOURCES-kernel-stm32mp1-boards-revc-openstlinux-4.14-rocko-mp1-18-11-26.tar.xz

$ cd stm32mp1-boards-rev[b/c]-openstlinux-4.14-rocko-mp1-18-11-26/sources/arm-openstlinux_weston-linux-gnueabi/linux-stm32mp-4.14-48/
$ tar xvf linux-4.14.48.tar.xz
Release note

Details of the content of the Linux kernel are available in the associated STM32MP15 ecosystem release note.

If you are interested in previous releases, please refer to the archives of the ecosystem release note.

  • The Linux kernel installation directory is in the <Developer Package installation directory>/stm32mp1-boards-rev[b/c]openstlinux-4.14-rocko-mp1-18-11-26/sources/arm-openstlinux_weston-linux-gnueabi directory, and is named linux-stm32mp-<kernel version>:
linux-stm32mp-4.14-48     Linux kernel installation directory
├── [*].patch             ST patches to apply during the Linux kernel preparation (see next chapter)
├── fragment-[*].config   ST configuration fragments to apply during the Linux kernel configuration (see next chapter)
├── linux-4.14.48         Linux kernel source code directory
├── linux-4.14.48.tar.xz  Tarball file of the Linux kernel source code
├── README.HOW_TO.txt     Helper file for Linux kernel management: reference for Linux kernel build
└── series                List of all ST patches to apply


2 Archives


2.1 Alpha2 release

  • The STM32MP1 Linux kernel is delivered through a tarball file named SOURCES-kernel-openstlinux-4.14-rocko-mp1-18-07-03.tar.xz.

  • Download and install the STM32MP1 Linux kernel
By downloading the tarball file, you agree to be bound to the terms of the Limited License Agreement
STM32MP1 Developer Package Linux kernel - Alpha2 release
Download

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Installation
$ cd <working directory path>/Developer-Package
  • Download the tarball file in this directory
  • Uncompress the tarball file to get the Linux kernel (Linux kernel source code, ST patches, ST configuration fragments...):
$ tar xvf SOURCES-kernel-openstlinux-4.14-rocko-mp1-18-07-03.tar.xz
$ cd openstlinux-4.14-rocko-mp1-18-07-03/sources/arm-openstlinux_weston-linux-gnueabi/linux-stm32mp-4.14-48/
$ tar xvf linux-4.14.48.tar.xz
Release note

Details of the content of the Linux kernel are available in the associated STM32MP15 ecosystem release note.

If you are interested in previous releases, please refer to the archives of the ecosystem release note.

  • The Linux kernel installation directory is in the <Developer Package installation directory>/openstlinux-4.14-rocko-mp1-18-07-03/sources/arm-openstlinux_weston-linux-gnueabi directory, and is named linux-stm32mp-<kernel version>:
linux-stm32mp-4.14-48     Linux kernel installation directory
├── [*].patch             ST patches to apply during the Linux kernel preparation (see next chapter)
├── fragment-[*].config   ST configuration fragments to apply during the Linux kernel configuration (see next chapter)
├── linux-4.14.48         Linux kernel source code directory
├── linux-4.14.48.tar.xz  Tarball file of the Linux kernel source code
├── README.HOW_TO.txt     Helper file for Linux kernel management: reference for Linux kernel build
└── series                List of all ST patches to apply

2.2 Alpha1 release

  • The STM32MP1 Linux kernel is delivered through a tarball file named SOURCES-kernel-openstlinux-4.14-rocko-mp1-18-01-23.tar.xz.

  • Download and install the STM32MP1 Linux kernel
By downloading the tarball file, you agree to be bound to the terms of the Limited License Agreement
STM32MP1 Developer Package Linux kernel - Alpha1 release
Download

Template:STdotcomInfo

Installation
$ cd <working directory path>/Developer-Package
  • Download the tarball file in this directory
  • Uncompress the tarball file to get the Linux kernel (Linux kernel source code, ST patches, ST configuration fragments...):
$ tar xvf SOURCES-kernel-openstlinux-4.14-rocko-mp1-18-01-23.tar.xz
$ cd openstlinux-4.14-rocko-mp1-18-01-23/sources/arm-openstlinux_weston-linux-gnueabi/linux-stm32mp-4.14-13/
$ tar xvf linux-4.14.13.tar.xz
Release note

Details of the content of the Linux kernel are available in the associated STM32MP15 ecosystem release note.

If you are interested in previous releases, please refer to the archives of the ecosystem release note.

  • The Linux kernel installation directory is in the <Developer Package installation directory>/openstlinux-4.14-rocko-mp1-18-01-23/sources/arm-openstlinux_weston-linux-gnueabi directory, and is named linux-stm32mp-<kernel version>:
linux-stm32mp-4.14-13     Linux kernel installation directory
├── [*].patch             ST patches to apply during the Linux kernel preparation (see next chapter)
├── fragment-[*].config   ST configuration fragments to apply during the Linux kernel configuration (see next chapter)
├── linux-4.14.13         Linux kernel source code directory
├── linux-4.14.13.tar.xz  Tarball file of the Linux kernel source code
├── README.HOW_TO.txt     Helper file for Linux kernel management: reference for Linux kernel build
└── series                List of all ST patches to apply