GSoD Weekly Update: Week 4


Shankho Boron Ghosh
 

Week 4 :
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- Writing Quickstart
- AGL hosts a number of pre-built images [1], so any interested
party doesn't have to always start the build process from scratch.
- Understood and got used to the directory structure of AGL
Downloads [1], especially for images of interest.
- Downloaded and installed several images (Raspberry Pi,
x86-QEMU, x86-virtual-box) to get a point of view perspective of new
users.
- Informed mentor, Jan-Simon about a few installation bugs.
- Wrote [2] a comprehensive Quickstart Guide [3] with
installation process covering x86 hardware and emulation (QEMU &
virtual box) and boards like Raspberry Pi 4 & R-Car H3SK(H3ULCB
board).
- This guide will definitely help fresh users, get started with
the installation, and further help the development process.

[1] : https://download.automotivelinux.org/AGL/
[2] : https://github.com/growupboron/agl-docs/commit/0fc95733df25711517058bee0fc54d1a4e357368
[3] : https://agl-docs.readthedocs.io/en/master/#0_Getting_Started/1_Quickstart/Quickstart/

Regards,
Shankho Boron Ghosh
Junior, Electronics & Communication Engineering
Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology
+91 9819674639
https://growupboron.github.io/

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