It seems it doesn’t support, just want to be confirmed.
Hi , welcome to our community. Torizon is based on Linux, so any hardware driver for Linux can be integrated theoretically. If the driver is in-tree, we can also enable it in our next Torizon release. What is the driver that you are working on?
The external driver can also be built and integrated into Torizon with our TorizonCore Builder Tool. Here is the guide.
I know Linux support the hardware driver, but if I want to use it, I must change the Device Tree, which need to be compiled, can I do it in Torizon platform?
GitHub - toradex/meta-toradex-torizon: TorizonCore OpenEmbedded Distro Layer
Just found the torizon repo, is it true if I compile by myself, then I can customize the hardware configuration?
Torizon is open source, and you can build it with Yocto Project. However, we suggest device tree overlays. For Torizon v6, we are now working on improving device tree with our tools. TorizonCore Builder Tool supports device tree on Torizon v5.
Device tree overlays also need to be compiled.
By the way, I installed Torizon through Easy Installer, and via serial console, I saw the log in prompt, unlike the “Toradex Embedded Linux Reference Multimedia Image” firmware, I can log in the username is root and no password, in Torizon, I can’t log in, so I can’t put the device tree overlay into /boot/overlays folder at runtime
The default user on TorizonCore is
torizon, the password is also
torizon. It will ask you to change the default password during the first login.
This is the quickstart where you will go through the development on TorizonCore. That is different from the Toradex Embedded Linux Reference Multimedia Image.
Thanks, I tried and it works