Look at angstrom / open embedded...

but to be honest it will be easier if you just peek inside bitbake or use bitbake's verbose switches. Bitbake is just a python script so you can see what it's doing behind the scenes.

Sincerely,
Blaine



On Tue, Feb 28, 2012 at 12:05 AM, Dan Nelson <Dan.Nelson@romteck.com> wrote:
Maybe I should just use bitbake, but I don't like using processes when I
don't understand what's going on underneath.  So I'm trying to figure
out how to build a kernel without bitbake.

>From what I understand, I need to download the kernel source, patch it
with the gumstix patch, and build it with the cross-compiler.  Is this
right?  If so, where do I find the patch?

Dan

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