Have you tried building and installing a gumstix-basic-image and then using  'ipkg' to install any additional packages you want/need?   It downloads prebuilt components from gumstix.net in a similar fashion to a rpm(red hat) or dpkg(debian) repository.



I think you need to make your own 'image' type once you have those packages added.  I think that can be done by either copying or extending one of the existing XXXX-image.bb files.  Will be working on the 'nuts and bolts' of that myself, but am slogging through various 'cmake' issues for something else at the moment. 



----- Original Message ----
From: "EXT-McGhehey, Mark J" <Mark.J.McGhehey@boeing.com>
To: gumstix-users@lists.sourceforge.net
Sent: Thursday, April 10, 2008 3:34:40 PM
Subject: [Gumstix-users] Another OE how-to question


Ok, I successfully completed an unmodifed Gumstix OE build (307). But
now I want to make some mod's to several packages and then build a whole
filesytem/image with my changes in it.

I have created myself a "user.collection" dir., I have copied various
packages from the "org...." and "com...." dir's into it, and I have made
my desired mods to the those packages.

So can someone please tell me how to do a new build that will
incorporate my changes into a new filesystem/image?  So far the only way
I have found to do this successfully was to blow away "tmp" and build
from scratch and that sucks.

Thanks


  Mark J. McGhehey
  The Boeing Co.
  Validation Instrumentation Technology
  Seattle, WA  USA
  (206)544-8302 voice
 


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