Got it work. I was doing the n00b thing of trying to "make" in the linux dir
itself. had to just cd up to gumstix-buildroot and just "make" to get the
new kernel. Doh!
> neither of the following:
> make ARCH=arm menuconfig
> make ARCH=arm defconfig
> seem to work for me. Perhaps I'm not selecting the correct options when
> the menu comes up. After doing above, when I do make, i still get a menu
> to select the processor type and arm isn't an option at all!
> .config:1245:warning: trying to assign nonexistent symbol DEBUG_LL
> .config:1246:warning: trying to assign nonexistent symbol DEBUG_ICEDCC
> * Restart config...
> * Processor type and features
> Tickless System (Dynamic Ticks) (NO_HZ) [N/y/?] (NEW)
> High Resolution Timer Support (HIGH_RES_TIMERS) [N/y/?] (NEW)
> Symmetric multi-processing support (SMP) [N/y/?] (NEW)
> Subarchitecture Type
>> 1. PC-compatible (X86_PC) (NEW)
> 2. AMD Elan (X86_ELAN) (NEW)
> 3. Voyager (NCR) (X86_VOYAGER) (NEW)
> 4. NUMAQ (IBM/Sequent) (X86_NUMAQ) (NEW)
> 5. SGI 320/540 (Visual Workstation) (X86_VISWS) (NEW)
> 6. Generic architecture (Summit, bigsmp, ES7000, default)
> (X86_GENERICARCH) (NEW)
> as always, any help is more than appreciated!
> Dave Hylands wrote:
>> Hi hypo,
>>> However, when i do:
>>> make menuconfig
>> With no architecture specified, the kernel defaults to x86.
>> You need to do:
>> make ARCH=arm menuconfig
>> Unfortunately, your config file is now hooped and you'll want to do
>> something like:
>> make ARCH=arm defconfig
>> That used to work under buildroot, I'm not sure about OE.
>> Dave Hylands
>> Shuswap, BC, Canada
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