Boot to Qt
Boot to Qt is a light-weight, Qt-optimized, full software stack for embedded Linux systems that is installed into the actual target device. The Boot to Qt Software Stack is using the traditional embedded Linux kernel built with Poky, the reference distribution of Yocto Project. The software stack is designed for great customization possibilities. It contains only components required in the embedded device, resulting in smaller image sizes while keeping valuable development tools available.
- License Information
- Development Environment
- Supported Target Devices and Development Hosts
- NVIDIA Jetson Quick Start Guide
- NXP i.MX Quick Start Guide
- Raspberry Pi 4 Quick Start Guide
- Renesas R-Car and RZ Quick Start Guide
- STM32MP1 Quick Start Guide
- TI AM62x Quick Start Guide
- Overview of Customizing Boot to Qt
- From Boot to Qt Development Image Towards Production Image
- Setting Up Environment for Building Boot to Qt
- How to Create Boot to Qt Image
- How to Customize a Boot to Qt Image
- How to Add Support for New Device
Available under certain Qt licenses.
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