As I’m starting to use Linux / Toradex, and there are a lot of things to learn, so what might be obvious, is not really for me.
I’ve installed open embedded in Colibri iMX6, and following the instructions in USB device mode, I managed to create a virtual drive that can be accessed by a Windows 10 computer when I plug it to the USB client connector on Colibri Eval board.
Now, I’m trying to do the same with TorizonCore, but I don’t know how to do it. I have tried to follow the same guide lines, but I end up with permissions problem even when using sudo.
Note: I’ve look at dts file and USB port is defined as a host, not client. How so I change/edit it?
I would like the USB not to be part of the container, but rather the system (OS) as I would like to have any container accessing it, if required.
The idea is to have future apps running on containers to be able to access a folder and write log file(s).
By plugging the computer to the Colibri module, user would be able to retrieve (read) log files.
Could you please give some guidance as what would be the best approach in doing this?
Thank you very much.