Recipes to upgrade python version on FX30


I am currently working in a IoT project where we use the FX30 device, in the default linux distribution that comes with the device or the one that I built from source, comes with the python version 2.7.3. In my project I need at least the version 2.7.12, I would like to know if somebody could point me out a recipe to upgrade the python version, I tried it by using the recipes available for mangoh boards without success.

Thanks in advance

Best regards


Please review the following forum post. This should help you:

Assuming you are using the CAT-M FX30, you can take a look at WP 77 R9.1 source,,-d-,1-components/, which has python 2.7.12 -> “R9.1_SWI9X06Y_02.18.05.00/yocto/poky/meta/recipes-devtools/python/”. You can modify your recipes based on that one.

Please mention relevant information like FW version, model etc when posting questions to get faster and clearer answers. Also, note that since this is a product(WP77) related query, it’s more relevant on and you will get quicker answers there.

you can try FX30(3G)R17:

root@fx30:~# cm info
Device: WP8548
IMEI: 359377060004735
FSN: LL537500110203
Firmware Version: SWI9X15Y_07.13.07.00 92cfd2c jenkins 2018/08/22 19:18:52
Bootloader Version: SWI9X15Y_07.13.07.00 92cfd2c jenkins 2018/08/22 19:18:39
MCU Version:
PRI Part Number (PN): 9904889
PRI Revision: 01.11
Carrier PRI Name: GENERIC
Carrier PRI Revision: 001.040_000
SKU: 1102621
Last Reset Cause: Unknown
Resets Count: Expected: 0 Unexpected: 0
root@fx30:~# legato version
root@fx30:~# python --version
Python 2.7.12

Hello you all,

Thank you for the replies, I am current using the model FX30(3G) based on WP85.

By following the suggestion to try the R17 firmware, it already has an upgrade for python 2.7.12. For that thank you!

Now I am working on adding the recipes for specific libraries that my project needs.

Best regards

Hi Gustavo,
Have you downloaded the FX30 R17 yocto source code using Leaf swi-fx30-3g_1.0.1?
I think it would be easiest if you add your recipes to the lead swi-linux workspace.

Hi Chris,

Yes, I had downloaded the FX30 R17 yocto source code using Leaf.

But when I run the make command, without add any recipe, just the original files, I am getting the following error:

ERROR: legato-af-git-r0 do_patch: Command Error: 'quilt --quiltrc /home/gustavo/leafFX30/swi-linux-src/build_bin/tmp/sysroots/x86_64-linux/etc/quiltrc push' exited with 0  Output:
Applying patch 0002-ALPC-299-Add-columbiaAtService-to-avcService-black-l.patch
patching file components/airVantage/avcAppUpdate/avcAppUpdate.c
Hunk #1 FAILED at 446.
1 out of 1 hunk FAILED -- rejects in file components/airVantage/avcAppUpdate/avcAppUpdate.c   
Patch 0002-ALPC-299-Add-columbiaAtService-to-avcService-black-l.patch can be reverse-applied
ERROR: legato-af-git-r0 do_patch: Function failed: patch_do_patch
ERROR: Logfile of failure stored in: /home/gustavo/leafFX30/swi-linux-src/build_bin/tmp/work/armv7a-neon-poky-linux-gnueabi/legato-af/git-r0/temp/log.do_patch.3364
ERROR: Task (/home/gustavo/leafFX30/swi-linux-src/meta-swi/common/recipes-legato/legato-af/ failed with exit code '1'

Do you have a suggestion of what could I do?



Hi Gustavo,
I think Legato wasn’t pulled properly. When you perform the make, Legato is supposed to be pulled from manifest.
Could you please check your leaf workspace folder (one up from swi-linux) for a folder called legato-src-fx30 or similar? (I don’t mean doing a leaf getsrc swi-legato).
If there is no such folder, could you please do:
make clean
And post the output of both commands.

Dear Chris,

Yes, there is a “legato-src” folder on my leaf workspace. There is the following in the workspace: “leaf-data”, “legato-src”, “swi-linux-src” (folders) and the “leaf-workspace.json”.

Even having the folder, I tried the “make clean”, and I got the following:
fatal: Not a git repository (or any of the parent directories): .git
rm -rf build_*

Do you have an idea, in what I could do?

Thanks in advance!


Hi Gustavo,
There’s an issue with the Makefile causing the Legato source code not be pulled. Could you please try this procedure:

  1. Create a new folder in your workspace called “legato-src-fx30” (at the same level as your legato-src folder)
  2. cd legato-src-fx30
  3. repo init -u ssh://<YOUR_USERNAME> -m legato/releases/18.06.5/legato.xml
    where <YOUR_USERNAME> is the username you use to connect to
  4. repo sync
  5. cd …/swi-linux-src
  6. ln -s …/legato-src-fx30/legato legato
  7. Comment out line 49 in the Makefile
  8. Build the yocto environment by typing “make”


Hi Chris,

Thanks again for your return, I had performed the steps you just suggested, therefore I am still having the same error.

The log file is attached
run.patch_do_patch.1948 (4.9 KB)

Do you think that may it is happening due the toolchain? Or something like that?

Thank you


Hi Gustavo,
The yocto environment will build the toolchain, so this isn’t the issue. I believe the problem is the legato source code wasn’t pulled properly.

Could you please supply the output for the following commands:

  1. ls -la /home/gustavo/leafFX30
  2. ls -la /home/gustavo/leafFX30/legato-src-fx30
  3. ls -la /home/gustavo/leafFX30/legato-src-fx30/legato
  4. ls -la /home/gustavo/leafFX30/swi-linux-src

Could you confirm the legato source code was pulled correctly when you executed these 2 commands?
repo init -u ssh:// -m legato/releases/18.06.5/legato.xml
repo sync

assuming your gerrit username is “gustavo”

The patch that is failing applies to the Legato framework. The framework is pulled using repo and must be outside the swi-linux repo workspace.

In addition, the Legato framework cannot be used from “leaf getsrc swi-legato” because leaf automatically patches the source framework with the FX30 Legato patches. ie, the framework pulled in this way is intended for framework development so it is pre-patched. Compared to the yocto environment, which contains the patch files and applies them to the base framework at build-time.