iMX6 RexAll about software for the original iMX6 Rex.
- How to start with Linux and uBoot
- How to compile uBoot & Kernel 3.0.35, Flash, Update, Boot
- How to - Bricked module and flashing uBoot 2014 (done by Luke)
- How to use & access iMX6 Rex peripherals (Examples)
- How to install useful Linux applications
- How to run DDR3 calibration on iMX6
- How to connect iMX6 Rex with NXP Microcontroller
- How to build and run Ogre3D demo samples on the iMX6 Rex (done by Ramin)
- How to compile i.MX6 Linux Kernel 3.15 and 3.16 (credit goes to Robert Nelson)
- How to create a filesystem (credit goes to Sam Nazarko)
YOCTOYOCTO is just another way to get uBoot and Linux for iMX6 Rex. The difference comparing to a stand alone compilation is, that Freescale is supporting iMX6 CPU through YOCTO and therefore if you for example need to use iMX6 GPU or camera interface, you may want to consider YOCTO for your project:
Source codes & Binaries
- Latest source codes can be found at https://github.com/FEDEVEL. Read "How to uBoot – Compile, Flash, Update" to learn how to get the source codes and compile them.
- Binaries and other files: Go to Download > Design Files > iMX6 Rex Development Baseboard > V1I1 > Firmware
- Kernel 3.15 & Kernel 3.16 (by Robert Nelson). Read "How to compile i.MX6 Linux Kernel 3.15 and 3.16" to learn how to get the source code and compile it.
Production test, Peripheral test & Benchmark tests
- iMX6 Rex Module production test
- iMX6 Rex Development Baseboard production test
- EMC iMX6 Rex testing (including the script examples)
- Benchmark tests
- Burn in & Stress tests
- iMX6 Rex Memory Stress testing in an Environmental chamber