Kernel Build without OE tools
dennis.yxun at gmail.com
Tue Sep 23 12:03:54 CEST 2008
Another similar question，compile kernel with OE
I want to try the recent kernel-2.6 (andy's branch), and apply my own
so write a recipe, and put it on my own overlay repository, build with OE
all I want to to test is a kernel module, while using OE, seems that It will
kernel tree, every time it will untar, compile .... and this is really
is it possible to compile the only module I want.
Or should I use "the old fashioned way",
Guess OE is more suitable for distro release
On Tue, Sep 23, 2008 at 5:36 PM, Andy Green <andy at openmoko.com> wrote:
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> Somebody in the thread at some point said:
> |> Thanx for the tips andy.
> |> I am compiling the kernel with toolchain rather than OE and when I
> |> start the make process my custom .config is over written and thus my
> |> appended CONFIG_XXXXX are not built into the kernel. I checked during
> |> the make process and my CONFIG_XXXXX were missing from .config!
> |> How can this behavior be controlled?
> This is what happens if your config option are invalid, for example they
> are dependent on other CONFIG_ options that are not selected. make
> oldconfig will clean them out.
> So there is a bigger issue with what you are trying to select I guess.
> - -Andy
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