Kernel panic on Freerunner QtMoko boot
habstinat at gmail.com
Wed Dec 5 12:20:55 CET 2012
Looks like my previous message didn't go through. Here's what it said:
On 12/2/12, Harry Prevor <habstinat at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 11/23/12, Radek Polak <psonek2 at seznam.cz> wrote:
>> On Friday, November 23, 2012 03:33:42 PM Harry Prevor wrote:
>>> Can jffs2 images
>>> of QtMoko still be produced? I'm kind of hesitant to try the v26
>>> release because I'd like to have the latest version for my Freerunner.
>>> What exact changes would I have to make to my tarball, and how would I
>>> go about changing bootloader arguments?
>> You can find and revert the qi commit here:
> I'm not sure what you mean by this so I didn't do it. Do I really need
> to make changes to Qi just to create a current jffs2 QtMoko image?
>> You can easily create jffs2 image from the tarbal as documented here:
> I tried to do this today, however I got stuck at some parts:
> 1. I can skip everything from "Step 8 - install QtMoko" except for
> what's under "* Install it" because I'm not uploading anything to
> SourceForge, right?
> 2. How would I go about completing the "Step 9 - Linux kernel"
> step? Should everything in this step be done in the qemu buildhost?
> Can I just download a source tarball instead of using git to check it
> out? What tarball should I download in that case?
> Thanks for your help.
> Harry Prevor
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