Thank you Adam,

yesterday I came across this port but wanted something that I already did once.  But I'm currently cloning the repo.

Thank you for your answer and thanx for the work you did with linaro :-)


From: Adam Lee <>
To: kris duff <>; General mailing list for gumstix users. <>
Sent: Friday, August 3, 2012 10:14:23 AM
Subject: Re: [Gumstix-users] current stable version for and bitbake ?

Hi Kris,
Unless you absolutely need to use the OE/Yocto framework, you can give the new Linaro image a shot -

I also created a more descriptive version -

It comes with the kernel 3.2 with the LXDE desktop  environment.



On Fri, Aug 3, 2012 at 4:52 AM, kris duff <> wrote:

I want to install all the components to compile software for the gumstix on my computer.

Somewhere on gumstix's website, it tells us to use the branch origin/overo for the files and somewhere else it tells to checkout

Then, I tried the latest bitbake (1.15.3) which complain on a few lines of bitbake.conf and other scripts
so I tried 1.15.2 and 1.15.1 and 1.14 (complain on l = s.split() ) and for both branch I'm having differents errors...

with 1.12 it works but I'm scared it is old and outdated ...

So what is the best match to be nearly up to date ?

Currently trying to compile imap3-console-image with the origin/overo-2011.03 and bitbake 1.12 ...

we'll see how it works ... (bitbake gcc was successfull, see for omap3-console-image, working 1910 of 5154 tasks)

Thank you


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