> My mistake was to assume that the directory tree were created automatically. Apart from that I did exactly
> the same as you just described except that I didn't find the uImage and thought I had to rename the
> jffs2 file to be able to load it.
So once the kernel is built, it's placed in
This is then processed to produce:
and that then gets copied into
So, if any of the above mentioned files are missing, then your make
> Again, I searched in all the directories and couldn't find the uImage file. COuld this be because I didn't
> create the correct directory tree?
The only portion of the directory tree that matters is what's below
gumstix-buildroot, and that's done for you by svn. The name/location
of gumstix-buildroot is arbitrary.
I often create multiple directories with different names if I'm
working on multiple versions of buildroot.
So I suspect that if your uImage isn't being created then its for some
other reason, and will involve carefully checking the make output,
especially near the end.
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