[uClinux-dev] ARM7/Integrator port pointers
Steve S Lin
stevelin at avalent.com
Fri Mar 14 23:25:47 EST 2003
Just download from the uclinux distribution instead of patching for a quick
jumpstart (it contains 2.4.20uc kernel now already patched)
Then grab the precompiled toolchain from here:
And you're ready to start building. You'll need to configure for your
particular board-- I'm not sure if its already been added to the dist, but
if not just add to $PATH/uClinux-dist/vendors/<vendor_name>/<platform_name>.
I think there was a HOW-TO on this a while back ago, but (hopefully) it
shouldn't be too bad provided you have the programmer's manual for the
board. Happy hacking!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jerry O'Brien" <capt_jerry5 at hotmail.com>
To: <uclinux-dev at uclinux.org>
Cc: <capt_jerry at hotmail.com>
Sent: Friday, March 14, 2003 5:08 AM
Subject: [uClinux-dev] ARM7/Integrator port pointers
> Hi folks,
> I hope this isn't too much of a FAQ. I've checked all the docs on
> uclinux.org, and I've also read all the past archives of this list.
> However, I'm stuck trying to get a version of uclinux to compile on an
> ARM7/Integrator platform.
> I'm familiar with Linux on various platforms (x86, SPARC, PPC), and happy
> kernel development esp. drivers. I also am happy to build an ARM
> cross-compiler and binutils.
> However, I'm unsure what kernel I'm best starting with for a uclinux
> I need a 2.4 kernel, since i have an existing PCI device I want to get
> working on the Integrator.
> Any hints or tips to starting points? I tried looking at the wirespeed.com
> and aplio.fr sites, but they both appear dead...
> I know this has probably been done by you folks many times, and you are
> probably fed up of answering this faq, but I hope a reply from the list
> save me heaps of time.
> Has this been successfully done before? I don't have an MMU, so I cannot
> the standard ARM-Linux kernel.
> Kindest Regds,
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