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cortez
post Sep 16 2008, 01:31 PM
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Hi,

I've uploaded the Poky & Android distro and included all necessary instructions on my Blog
I hope you like it wink.gif

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Kaze
post Oct 1 2008, 12:30 AM
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hello again cortez,
as you said i installed a minimal angstrom along with your kernel and modules,
i can succesfully run your akita root image on ext2
(but quite slowly compared to ext3, so now that i can insmod ext3 i m using an ext3 formatted sd)
unfortunately i get a segmentation fault error when runnin the latest 0.9 root for spitz
anyway the akita image works well although a bit slowly smile.gif
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post Oct 1 2008, 02:17 AM
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Hmm, the segmentation fault could indicate I haven't incorporated the Android patches at all. If so, the problem is that I have to disable more kernel options to make the kernel fit the c7x0. I'll have to check whether it is possible to move over (even) more features into kernel modules.

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hello again cortez,
as you said i installed a minimal angstrom along with your kernel and modules,
i can succesfully run your akita root image on ext2
(but quite slowly compared to ext3, so now that i can insmod ext3 i m using an ext3 formatted sd)
unfortunately i get a segmentation fault error when runnin the latest 0.9 root for spitz
anyway the akita image works well although a bit slowly smile.gif

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