Torizon-core-docker-apalis-imx8.ota.tar.zst gets truncated

When building torizon-core-docker 5.7.0 using bitbake “bitbake torizon-core-docker” the tezi image (and maybe others) contains the filename “torizon-core-docker-apalis-i” instead of “torizon-core-docker-apalis-imx8.ota.tar.zst”. If it’s renamed then it installs fine. Any idea what is causing this? I’m using 7-zip to unpack it.

Hi @EvoFrank ,

From my side I built TorizonCore on Linux with this command:

MACHINE=apalis-imx8 bitbake -k torizon-core-docker

and unpacking the resulting .tar gave me a directory with torizon-core-docker-apalis-imx8.ota.tar.zst named as usual.

Can you reproduce this behavior consistently? Does this happen with different MACHINE or DISTRO values?

Best regards,
Lucas Akira

Hello @EvoFrank ,
Did the solution provided by @lucas_a.tx work for you?

Best regards,

I deleted the build directory as I went from building torizon-core to the yoctolinux minimal image and It seems to be behaving itself. I’m still not sure what caused it in the first place.

@EvoFrank Just for future reference, I was having the same issue as you. I was using 7zip to extract the tar file which turns out is truncating the file name (might be based on length of name?). Extracting the same tar with the built in tar command in windows properly extract it with the correct file name:

tar -xvf torizon-core-docker-verdin-imx8mp-Tezi_6.1.0-devel-202212+build.4.tar