[Openembedded-users] Adding a 64bits machine to OE
raj.khem at gmail.com
Sun Apr 10 03:15:58 CEST 2011
On 3/30/2011 11:02 AM, Marc Ferland wrote:
> I'm currently trying to build a minimal distro with OE with a target machine
> being a core2 x86_64 machine. What would be the best way to add this kind of
> machine to OE? I see there is a x86-32-nocona.conf machine already defined.
> Should I do the same with the target architecture I have? This would yeild
> to something like: x86-64-core2.conf.
> I'm also guessing that I should add a proper "tune" file under the include
> directory, am I right?
> With that in place, should I also add a more precise machine configuration
> for things like xserver, libgl, dri modules?
> Would any other modifications be required to build a distro with this
this patch here could be a good starting point for you
Alternatively you can use openembedded-core which already supports
x86_64 targets. There is no support for x86_64 in current oe
> P.S. The target machine is a KontronETX Express COM board (
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