The versions are not tagged as such but downloading and compiling the
latest revision will always work.
You will need to recompile part or all of the Buildroot for the
following reasons roughly:
1. To recompile the kernel
2. To change characteristics of the filesystem (like type, sectors, etc)
3. To add / remove programs that will be stored in flash memory on the
Items 1 and 2 might bring the gumstix to a non bootable condition but
again, you need to do your best to do something very very nasty. Also,
if during the flash procedure something goes wrong you might also get a
non bootable board.
You might also want to take a look at this thread:
For saving the current image from the gumstix.
All the best
On Sep 1, 2005, at 1:21 AM, Athanasios Anastasiou wrote:
> The versions are not tagged as such but downloading and compiling
> the latest revision will always work.
Well, they are all tagged with the revision number, which is
immutable, and uniquely and precisely identifies the source stuff
needed for the build. And the latest revision won't always work
(though the latest revision release on sf.net will).
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