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OKVM Source Release 20050215 ---------------------------- This release is provides a patch against the uClinux-dist release: http://www.uclinux.org/pub/uClinux/dist/uClinux-dist-test-20040930.tar.gz To compile the code, download the distribution above and the patch file, okvm-source-20050215.diff.gz and perform the following: tar xzf uClinux-dist-test-20040930.tar.gz cd uClinux-dist-test gunzip < okvm-source-20050215.diff.gz | patch -E -p1 You now have a complete source tree. Before beginning to compile you need to download and install the appropriate tools if you haven't already. The recommended tool package for this release is: http://ftp.snapgear.org/pub/snapgear/tools/arm-linux/arm-linux-tools-20031127.tar.gz The tools are packaged to be extracted from '/' as root. To install them: login as root cd / tar xzf arm-linux-tools-20031127.tar.gz Make sure that /usr/local/bin is added to the beginning of the PATH of any users wishing to use these tools. To build the sources: make config select OpenGear as the Vendor select CM4008 as the Product select linux-2.4.x as the kernel select uClibc as the libc Default all settings (lose changes) (CONFIG_DEFAULTS_OVERRIDE) [N/y/?] N Customize Kernel Settings (CONFIG_DEFAULTS_KERNEL) [N/y/?] N Customize Module Settings (CONFIG_DEFAULTS_MODULES) [N/y/?] N Customize Vendor/User Settings (CONFIG_DEFAULTS_VENDOR) [N/y/?] N Update Default Vendor Settings (CONFIG_DEFAULTS_VENDOR_UPDATE) [N/y/?] N make dep make After the make completes you will find an "image.bin" file in the "images" directory. This can be loaded into a CM4008 for testing. The easiest way to do this is to power the unit up with the "erase" button held in, this will invoke the boot loader in recovery mode and allow you to network load the image.bin file. The other alternative is to netflash the image from a tftp server by running the following command on the CM4008: netflash -i <ip-of-tftp-server> image.bin If you need more info just ask me, David McCullough <david-m@users.sourceforge.net>
Source: okvm-source-20050215.README, updated 2005-02-15