[ELDK] Changing kernel in ELDK-4.2
coroberti at gmail.com
Mon Sep 1 13:51:30 CEST 2008
On Mon, Sep 1, 2008 at 1:45 PM, Wolfgang Denk <wd at denx.de> wrote:
> > In some cases, we might need to put to the rootfs
> > /lib/modules/kernel-<version>
> > the modules. How to handle it better, to pass some path to make install?
> This is already supported by the standard kernel Makefile. Try:
> $ make INSTALL_MOD_PATH=/opt/eldk/<your_arch> modules_install
Sure, just missed it.
> > Yet another issue will be to cut the size of rootfs by removing some
> > packages.
> > How to handle it within the ELDK framework.
> You don't build root file systems by taking a full-feldged
> distribution and removing parts.
> You can use the included SELF images as a starting point; see
The instructions look great.
The package logic tempts to make some sort of automation to bring
a package to the SEFT starting point.
What is an appropriate way to add a package (with its dependences)
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> Wolfgang Denk
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