Missing apalis imx6 hdmi overlay dts file for bsp 6.4


If I understand correctly, for bsp 6, hdmi dts file for apalis imx6 is removed. We can’t get dtbo file.
Can you please guide us regarding this issue?

Above link is for bsp 5.7 . I see [apalis-imx6_hdmi_overlay.dts] in the list.

Below link is for bsp 6.4, I don’t see [apalis-imx6_hdmi_overlay.dts] in the list.

Best Regards

Hi @rifo !

Based on your thread, we just updated (today :wink: ) our documentation to have the necessary information more easily accessible.

Could you please check the article Device Tree Overlays (Linux) | Toradex Developer Center and let us know if the information there helps you with your question?

Looking forward to your feedback :slight_smile:

Best regards,

Hello Henrique,

I am really sorry but I still wasn’t able to find the apalis-imx6_hdmi_overlay.dts / dtbo file.
Can you please guide me?

Best Regards

Hi @rifo !

Sure :slight_smile:

From Device Tree Overlays (Linux) | Toradex Developer Center, we have:

The Device Tree Overlays branch matches perfectly with the Kernel branch, which you can find at Kernel Version Information. In other words, for upstream based modules, the branch is master , and for downstream based modules is toradex_5.15-2.<n>.x-imx .

As you are using Apalis iMX6, our images (Reference Images and Torizon OS) for this module use upstream kernel. You can get this information from the Kernel Version Information referenced in excerpt above.

So, the device tree overlays for your module resides in the master branch of the repository, or, more explicitly, here: apalis-imx6_hdmi_overlay.dts « overlays - device-tree-overlays.git - Sources for Device Tree Overlays

To know more about the versions and downstream/upstream kernel in use, please refer to Embedded Linux Release Matrix | Toradex Developer Center

The branches you shared in your initial message are meant for downstream kernel. (kernel downstream 5.4 → BSP 5, kernel downstream 5.15 → BSP 6). Using upstream kernel is part of Toradex’s upstream-first policy. You can read more about it in here: Upstream First - Toradex Mainline Kernel Support is a Reality

Let us know if this helps you :slight_smile:

Best regards,