Build Commands LE 10.0.x



Allwinner A64

PROJECT=Allwinner ARCH=arm DEVICE=A64 make image

Allwinner H3

PROJECT=Allwinner ARCH=arm DEVICE=H3 make image

Allwinner H5

PROJECT=Allwinner ARCH=arm DEVICE=H5 make image

Allwinner H6

PROJECT=Allwinner ARCH=arm DEVICE=H6 make image

Amlogic GXBB/GXL/GXM/G12/SM1

PROJECT=Amlogic ARCH=arm DEVICE=AMLGX make image

Generic Intel/AMD x86_64

PROJECT=Generic ARCH=x86_64 make image

NXP/Freescale iMX.6

PROJECT=NXP ARCH=arm DEVICE=imx6 make image

Qualcomm DragonBoard

PROJECT=Qualcomm ARCH=arm DEVICE=Dragonboard make image

Raspberry Pi 0/1

PROJECT=RPi ARCH=arm DEVICE=RPi make image

Raspberry Pi 2/3

PROJECT=RPi ARCH=arm DEVICE=RPi2 make image

Raspberry Pi 4

PROJECT=RPi ARCH=arm DEVICE=RPi4 make image

Samsung Exynos

PROJECT=Samsung ARCH=arm DEVICE=Exynos make image

Rockchip RK3328

PROJECT=Rockchip ARCH=arm DEVICE=RK3328 make image

Rockchip RK3288

PROJECT=Rockchip ARCH=arm DEVICE=RK3288 make image

Rockchip RK3399

PROJECT=Rockchip ARCH=arm DEVICE=RK3399 make image


To improve Jenkins/CI automation with ARM SoC $PROJECT(s) that support multiple $DEVICE types make image will iterate through all board/u-boot configurations defined in scripts/uboot_helper resulting in ~3-10 images in the target folder. To avoid this behaviour and build a single board-specific image UBOOT_SYSTEM=<board> can be appended to the build command, e.g. to build an Amlogic image for a LibreComputer LePotato board:

PROJECT=Amlogic ARCH=arm DEVICE=AMLGX UBOOT_SYSTEM=lepotato make image

Several ARM SoC devices have a UBOOT_SYSTEM=box configuration which excludes u-boot and provides all device-trees, allowing the image to boot using the Android/BSP u-boot on emmc/spi.


Official releases were built using Ubuntu 18.04 and 20.04 LTS.

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