scottoberg at gmail.com
Sun Jan 28 01:18:04 CET 2007
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Koen Kooi wrote:
> Scott Oberg schreef:
>>> I might also comment that for the purpose of most user apps, you don't
>>> really need to know the exact OE config for the neo device [...]
> There you go :)
>PREFERRED_PROVIDER_virtual/kernel = "gta01-kernel"
I saved your conf under org.openembedded.dev/conf/machine/fic-gta01.conf
and changed my local.conf to use MACHINE = "fic-gta01".
I don't currently NEED to build the kernel, but I figured that I'd give
it a try to build a gpe-image & figure out how bitbake picks up a
kernel. Since there there aren't any gta01-kernel*.bb files in
org.openembedded.dev/packages/linux/ yet, I suppose it would be better
to just pick an existing kernel close to 220.127.116.11...and I think I just
figured out the answer to my previous question.
>I don't know why the wiki mentions to use the "Cirrus Logic EP-93xx
Development Platform" machine conf.
The ep93xx also is an arm machine conf that includes tune-arm920t.conf
&& currently happens to be using the 2.6.17 kernel.
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