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> Compiling Kernel For Cacko, some help needed
post Jul 5 2006, 11:03 AM
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Hello all.

I need to compile the drivers for a ZD1211 based USB wifi dongle and I need some help.
If this has been covered somewhere else, plese redirect me.

I have a SL-C1000 and am going to do this in a debian laptop.

I'm my little understanding, I need to:

1. - decompress the toolchain listed in the cacko page, placing it at the root and doing a
bzcat arm-cacko-linux-gnu-2.95.3-2.2.5-hardfloat-19.50_21.09.05.tar.bz2 | tar xvf -

2. - decompress the latest (for SL-C3200) sharp kernel sources, placing the file at the root and doing a
bzcat linux-c3200-20060228-rom1_01.tar.bz2 | tar xvf -

3. - decompress the patches and configuration files from the cako page, placing the file at the root and doing a
tar -zxvf cacko-1.23-kernel-2.4.20.tar.gz

4. - merge the cacko patches with the sharp sources with
cp -rf reply=yes /cacko-1.23-kernel-2.4.20/linux/* /linux/

5. - export the compiler binaries paths with
export PATH=$PATH:/opt/cross/arm/2.95.3/bin:/opt/cross/arm/2.95.3/sbin

this is a work in progress, come back later!
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