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This is the summary page that describes the CMF RDK-B iteration rdkb-20170130.

Below are links to the relevant documents for the release.

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The latest RDK-B release addresses licensing issues so users are advised to move to the latest release.


Baseline

 

BaselineCMF-201701302017-01-30 baseline.
Post-baseline updates  
TDKM43

https://rdkwiki.com/rdk/display/TDK/TDK+Release+M43

Manifestrdkb-20170130 

Highlights since 20170116

  • New components: None.
  • Components updated:
    • CcspCommonLibrary, CcspLMLite, CcspMoCA, CcspMtaAgent, CcspPandM, CcspTr069Pa, CcspWifiAgent, TestAndDiagnostic, Utopia, hal, sysint, webui.
  • Patches updated: None.
  • Community contributions: 
    • 6528 RDKCOM-35 Enabling Lan/Wan connectivity for Raspberry Pi platform.

Getting the code

$ mkdir rdkb
$ cd rdkb
$ repo init -u https://code.rdkcentral.com/r/manifests -m rdkb.xml -b rdkb-20170130
$ repo sync -j4 --no-clone-bundle
  • The -m rdkb.xml in the build sequence above is important. If this is not specified, you will get an RDK-V tree by default.
  • The -b rdkb-20170130 in the build sequence above specifies the branch to use. If you omit the -b rdkb-20170130 entirely, you will get the master (HEAD) of each component.
  • At any time, the community can build latest master by dropping the -b rdkb-20170130 option in the repo init command.
  • We have verified that this iteration boots to a login prompt and that you can log in, and that you can connect with a web browser to the web admin page.

Building the code

$ source meta-cmf-rdkb-bsp-emulator/setup-environment (select qemux86broadband)
$ bitbake rdk-generic-broadband-image

The image path will be: build-qemux86broadband/tmp/deploy/images/qemux86broadband/rdk-generic-broadband-image-qemux86broadband.vmdk

Building TDK

Follow the steps as for a normal build, above, but use the following bitbake command:

$ bitbake rdk-generic-broadband-tdk-image

The image path will be: build-qemux86broadband/tmp/deploy/images/qemux86broadband/rdk-generic-broadband-tdk-image-qemux86broadband.vmdk

TDK for RDK-B documentation is available: https://rdkwiki.com/rdk/display/TDK/TDK+Release+M43

Running the emulator

  1. Start VirtualBox.
  2. Click New -> Enter name -> Select type Linux -> Select version Other Linux (32 bit) -> Click Next
  3. Select Memory size - 512MB -> Click Next
  4. Select option Use an existing virtual hard drive -> Select the built image above -> Click Create
  5. Once the VM has been created, select the new image and click Settings -> Network -> Select Attached to: 'Bridged Adapter' -> Click Ok
  6. Click Start.This will bring up the emulator with the initial splash screen

Known Issues

  • TDK-312 RDK-B TCL test retrieves wrong IP
  • TDK-309 RDK-B WIFI Agent Factory Reset test fails with no logged failures
  • TDK-313 RDK-B PAM tests fail after CcspPandMSsp process dies
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