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authorArsalan H. Awan <Arsalan_Awan@mentor.com>2021-03-18 17:44:32 +0500
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docs: updates for e3000 & rome for next release
Signed-off-by: Arsalan H. Awan <Arsalan_Awan@mentor.com>
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After setting up the build system ([SETUP.md](SETUP.md)), we can build
images or recipes for a target machine (or BSP).
Running the commands in the instructions below will setup a build for
-a selected AMD BSP, and will start a build:
+a selected AMD machine, and will start a build:
-### 2.1. Select a BSP
+### 2.1. Select a target machine
-Set the environment variable `MACHINE` to the `amdx86` bsp that you want
+Set the environment variable `MACHINE` to one of the supported AMD machines (i.e `e3000` or `rome`) that you want
to build an image for (change the `<machine-name>` in the following example
accordingly):
```sh
MACHINE="<machine-name>"
```
-### 2.2. Setup the build environment for selected BSP
+### 2.2. Setup the build environment for selected machine
Source the *oe-init-build-env* script:
```sh
@@ -50,7 +50,7 @@ Build one of the supported image recipes:
bitbake <image-name> -k
```
-###### where `<image-name>` is to be replaced with one of the supported images for the selected AMD BSP. See *supported features* section for a list all supported images for your machine.
+###### where `<image-name>` is to be replaced with one of the supported images for the selected AMD machine. See *supported features* section for a list all supported images for your machine.
###### (e.g. `core-image-sato` or `core-image-base`)
---