On Mon, November 14, 2011 10:09 am, Andrew Wafaa wrote:
On Mon, 2011-11-14 at 09:14 +0100, Joop Boonen wrote:
> I didn't get to this was working on the kernel. Hopefully I can fix
issues with this one soon. I have an usb issue, that I need to
fix. ( home:worldcitizen:armv7l kernel-omap4panda )
I've submitted a patch to the kernel team that builds the following
kernels for 3.1: omap2plus, imx51 and tegra. Let me know if you need
anything from that to help with u-boot etc.
u-boot and x-boot are not dependent on the kernel as far as I know.
Does this patch give a prompt in the tty's?
I've build the terminal according to http://elinux.org/PandaBoard
didn't give a prompt in the tty.
For me the only working kernel is the one according to:
> After that I'll start working on kiwi.
> >> > Hopefully
> >> > the current build will succeed.
> >> >
> >> > If someone wants to help, could someone package u-boot (the arm
> >> > loader) ?
> >> > I suppose it will be a pre-requirement for the kiwi support.
> >> U-boot has been build for the pandaboard. I used the meego version as
> >> base. It still needs a bit of tuning.
> >> The package can be found here: home:worldcitizen:armv7l
> >> u-boot-omap4panda
> > please look for a devel project and submit to factory.
> I've submitted both x-loader-omap4panda and u-boot-omap4panda to
Base:System . (request id 91227 and request id 91228)
tested both of them on my PandaBoard.
Would it be possible to re-name the packages to fall in line with the
built? For OMAP it is omap2plus, as per the config. This
should support all omap2plus devices, including the Beagle and Panda.
That's OK. I can rename it. I won't be able to test it on a BeagleBoard.
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