[oe] init becomes a zombie process on ARM device
Florian Mayer (Mayer Electronics)
Florian.Mayer at mayer-electronics.de
Sun Dec 20 15:21:27 CET 2009
Marcin Juszkiewicz schrieb:
> Dnia sobota, 19 grudnia 2009 o 21:56:57 Florian Mayer (Mayer Electronics)
>> I found out why the system behaves such strange (thanks to Florian Boor
>> for pulling me in the right direction). In my constellation thumb
>> interworking does not work. glibc is arm compiled, the rest is thumb
>> format. To test it I added
>> to my machine configuration. But that did not help!
>> Both variables are overwritten in
>> openembedded/conf/dist/include/angstrom.inc. So I commented it out in
>> that file and voila, the result boots correctly. Is there a more elegant
>> way to solve this? Perhaps allow to configure this in the machine conf?
> Start using OE to build your kernel and let your kernel recipe use linux.inc
> file. This will automatically enable Thumb support for your ARM cpu and
> Angstrom will start working without those hacks.
Thank you for the tip with using linux.inc That works now.
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