Failed to build u-boot.itb on RK3568

Quentin Schulz quentin.schulz at
Thu Jan 26 17:52:52 CET 2023

Hi Michael,

On 1/26/23 17:47, Michael Nazzareno Trimarchi wrote:
> Hi
> On Thu, Jan 26, 2023 at 5:46 PM Jagan Teki <jagan at> wrote:
>> On Thu, 26 Jan 2023 at 22:14, Mark Kettenis <mark.kettenis at> wrote:
>>>> From: Jagan Teki <jagan at>
>>>> Date: Thu, 26 Jan 2023 21:57:57 +0530
>>>> Hi,
>>>> The master branch seems broken with recent changes on binman, I found
>>>> that u-boot.itb is not creating for evb-rk3568 boards.
>>>> HEAD
>>>> commit 17e8e58fe62c019b2cc26af221b6defc3368229f
>>>> Merge: 4e1ab2065e cd108f2795
>>>> Author: Tom Rini <trini at>
>>>> Date:   Tue Jan 24 21:07:01 2023 -0500
>>>> Any insight?
>>> Well, here is my insight:
>>> As long as the only board supported board in mainline is an evaluation
>>> board that nobody in the community has, it won't be tested.  Can we
>>> somehow make progress in getting some of the more popular RK356x
>>> boards (like the quartz64, nanopi r5s, raxda rock 3) in the tree?
>> fyi: radxa-cm3 is part of Mailing list.
> Maybe we should setup some embedded lab, with boards. We are working
> to create some new testing boards to
> be use remotely for CI and developers. Do we have a way to make this
> setup for u-boot?

FWIW, we're interested too. We already have a LAVA lab for KernelCI so 
*our* solution will likely involve this. I know Mark Brown has interest 
in reusing LAVA too. I'm unfortunately lacking time to look at this 
properly at the moment. If you work out something, please present 
something at some conference or write a blog article :)

Tom shared the following information when I shared my interest in 
automated testing: (seems to be down now)


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