Kernel Build without OE tools
dennis.yxun at gmail.com
Tue Sep 23 12:25:29 CEST 2008
I'm testing the spi_s3c24xx_dma driver (from Ben Dooks)
Anyone doing the same thing?
2008/9/23 Andy Green <andy at openmoko.com>
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> | Another similar question，compile kernel with OE
> | I want to try the recent kernel-2.6 (andy's branch), and apply my own
> | patches
> | 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 build all
> | kernel tree, every time it will untar, compile .... and this is really
> | time-consuming,
> | 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
> This is normal for packaging, it will cook the whole thing that way.
> It's generally what you want for packages and it proves that the set of
> sources is complete as well.
> If it doesn't make sense to add your module to the dist config (what's
> the module?) you best bet is build from git, that way most of the .o
> files won't need recooking between git pulls and it will be way faster
> for you.
> - -Andy
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