[uClinux-dev] Adding new board support in latest snapshot

Greg Ungerer gerg at snapgear.com
Tue Nov 13 18:59:11 EST 2001


Hi Adam,

Adam Kropelin wrote:
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Tom Walsh" <tom at cyberiansoftware.com>
> > Adam Kropelin wrote:
> > > CONFIG_DEFAULTS_XXX define. However, lower-level kernel configuration
> fails
> > > on account of not knowing the ARCH, PLATFORM, and BOARD definitions.
> >
> > ??  It is "broken"?!  What "fails"?  Please be more specific..
[snip]
>
> Below is a sample session from "make config" at the top level. Top level
> config goes fine, but the automatically-run config at the kernel level
> fails, presumably because it doesn't know the definition of PLATFORM. (my
> clue is the "//" in the make error.)

I can see you have set the top level board/vendor info.
But have you modified the ~/linux/arch/m68knommu/config.in
to add support for your board?

I would also copy a config.linux from one of the other vendor
directories to at least have a default in your own vendor area.

Regards
Greg



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