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00.README.OSS.jaunty 2012-11-16 2.3 kB 11 weekly downloads
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This release has the delta from the previous Webtop WT-2.0.0-X/WT-2.0.0-69-DHD_TA-1: https://sourceforge.net/projects/motorola-webtop.motorola/files/WT-2.0.0-X/WT-2.0.0-69-DHD_TA-1/ Please proceed to download that first and then replace the packages that are new from this release. Building environment setup following https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ARM/RootfsFromScratch On Ubuntu 10.10, rootstock is now available as a Debian package and can be installed directly from the Ubuntu repository using apt-get. Host system must also include qemu support. Other host packages may need to be installed. On Ubuntu 10.10 Use rootstock to generate a rootfs tarall, command as below: sudo rootstock --fqdn myhostname --login ubuntu --password temppwd --imagesize 2G -d jaunty \ --seed dpkg-dev,debhelper,libgtk2.0-dev,gnome-settings-daemon-dev,libgconf2-dev,libglade2-dev,libxklavier12-dev,libgnomekbd-dev,libasound2-dev First extract the rootfs tarball: cd ~ mkdir rootfs sudo tar -C ~/rootfs -zxf armel-rootfs-XXXXXXXXXX.tgz Mount the /proc filesystem: sudo mount -t proc proc ~/rootfs/proc Set up resolv.conf: sudo cp /etc/resolv.conf ~/rootfs/etc/resolv.conf And finally get inside the emulated environment, with chroot: sudo chroot ~/rootfs Use this command to rebuild the binary package(s): dpkg-buildpackage -b -us -uc Prior to entering the chroot environment you need to copy the source tarballs into appropriate location, e.g., .../home/ubuntu. The tarballs can be extracted within the chroot environment. Any source package that you want to build needs to be present inside chroot environment. The process described in this README file is very similar to the process followed internally by Motorola to develop this product. One of the differences is that Motorola also employed a cross-development environment. The cross toolchain came from Code Sourcery and was used unmodified. One file from the toolchain had to be copied to the target rootfs, /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.6.0.10 http://www.codesourcery.com/sgpp/lite/arm/portal/release858 From this link, the following packages can be downloaded: * IA32 GNU/Linux Installer * IA32 Windows Installer * IA32 GNU/Linux TAR * IA32 Windows TAR * Source TAR
Source: 00.README.OSS.jaunty, updated 2012-11-16