[oe] using initramfs with openembedded.
C Michael Sundius
msundius at sundius.com
Tue Mar 2 23:42:24 CET 2010
On Tue, Feb 23, 2010 at 1:03 AM, Koen Kooi <k.kooi at student.utwente.nl>wrote:
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> On 22-02-10 23:29, C Michael Sundius wrote:
> > We'd like to put our initial boottime file system into the initramfs in
> > kernel. But we also need to build some separate drivers to put into that
> > filesystem image.
> The common way right now is to use 2 kernel recipes. Not an optimal
> situation, but it will get you there.
> Back to this question, using two kernel recipes would create two machine
specific directories under tmp/work/
tmp/work/boot-kenrel/(kernel and modues)
tmp/work/run-time-kenrel/(kernel and modules)
so we'd still have to build all the modules twice too... is that right? I
guess we'd install the boot-modules into the initramfs, and throw away that
then we'd link the initramfs into the runtime kenrel.
finally we'd install the runtime modules into the runtime filesystem....
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