[Angstrom-distro-users] narcissus and sam9263ek
Gregoire de Turckheim
gregoire--angstrom at turckheim.net
Fri Jan 21 16:38:37 CET 2011
You seem a little bit nervous, relax.
When you search, you find :
- Kernel depends on your hardware platform, a compiled one for the
at91sam9263ek board is available on www.linux4sam.com, if you have
another custom board you will have to compile it by yourself.
- The angstrom distro provides you the root filesystem
- The toolchains you are searching for is available there :
See you when you need a bootloader ;-)
Maxim Podbereznyy a écrit :
> I know how narcissus is tricky but at least I tried..
> I need a very simple rootfs with console only, so I went to narcissus and
> machine = at91sam9263ek
> complexity = advanced
> release = stable
> Base system = busybox
> /dev manager = udev
> Software manifest = no
> SDK type = simple toolchain
> SDK hostsystem = 32bit Intel
> Console only
> +Alsa utils
> So, I waited a little and two images appeared: one for the Toolchain and
> another for the rootfs. When I unpacked them I found them useless! SDK did
> not contain even gcc binary, only shared objects and a lot of useless stuff.
> Next is rootfs: have a look at this tree:
> bin dev etc lib sbin tmp usr var
> Where do I need to look for a kernel? apparently it does not exist here.
> So, what additional parameters should I choose to get tiny-simple rootfs
> withe at least kernel to boot?
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