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Rebuild kernel

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   tar xJf linux-3.2.76-1-at91.tar.xz
   tar xJf linux-3.2.76-1-at91.tar.xz
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   ./build-3.2
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   make kernel
To use the default board config, don't make any changes on menuconfig and just select exit. After a successful build the resulting kernel and modules should be in arch/arm/boot and boot/lib respectively. Once you are able to build a working kernel with the default config, then implement any config and source code changes required by your project.
To use the default board config, don't make any changes on menuconfig and just select exit. After a successful build the resulting kernel and modules should be in arch/arm/boot and boot/lib respectively. Once you are able to build a working kernel with the default config, then implement any config and source code changes required by your project.

Current revision as of 18:51, 16 March 2016

To build a kernel for the Micromint Electrum you need a compatible ARM toolchain. Please remember to use the desired board config file and rebuild the kernel modules when you build a new kernel. These commands will build a kernel and its modules using the sources from the wiki:

 tar xJf linux-3.2.76-1-at91.tar.xz
 make kernel

To use the default board config, don't make any changes on menuconfig and just select exit. After a successful build the resulting kernel and modules should be in arch/arm/boot and boot/lib respectively. Once you are able to build a working kernel with the default config, then implement any config and source code changes required by your project.