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> Which dir for OZ kernel from linux-cl.bitkeeper.com?
lardman
post Jan 18 2004, 04:23 AM
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There are a couple to choose from:

collie-2.4
oz-2.4
rmk-2.4

perhaps even pxa-2.4 (though I have a collie so I doubt this).

Also where is the latest 2.4.21cl code (perhaps this is in one of the above)? and the 2.4.18 which we're running at the moment, is that in one of the above too?

Any development 2.6.x code available?

The kernel patches are in the buildroot I assume? Do they need to be applied to what I get from bitkeeper, or has that already been done (I assume the latter)?

Thanks,


Si
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Mickeyl
post Jan 18 2004, 06:56 AM
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See buildroot, packages/kernel-oz and better ask this on openzaurus-devel@lists.sf.net, because the only one who knows for sure doesn't read forums.
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lardman
post Jan 18 2004, 09:05 AM
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Thanks, I've done that.

We'll see how much flaming I receive ;-)

Just between you and me, this whole bitkeeper & oe thing is a real pain in the arse if you don't have a Linux machine on the net. I use my nice fast uni connection (WinXP machine) to grab the stuff from bitkeeper, hoping that it will work without any filename conflicts due to the case insensitivity, but then I have to sit at home running over a slow (speed throttled WinModem drivers = 14.4kbps) and expensive dialup to get the really big source for the compile (actually I wonder whether it would even compile correctly having been stored on a Windows disk and possibly loosing its case?). I know it's possible to download each source package by hand, and I started doing that for X11, but then some other dependency keeps cropping up and when it takes weeks of toing and froing to get all of the required source tarballs the will power starts to drain away.

Is it possible to just get a list of all of the source packages which I need? Sort of like dry running oe without actually trying to download them; then I can grab them all at uni in one go and actually be able to have a working/useful setup and be able to contribute something?

Sorry for the rant,


Si

P.S. If I do ever get this working, I'll quite happily write some documentation for others in the same sort of newbie position.
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post Jan 18 2004, 03:09 PM
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Try something like find . -name "*.oe"|xargs grep -3 SRC_URI
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post Jan 19 2004, 04:26 AM
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Thanks I'll give it a go.

Si
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