Running linaro on an overo fire. So I would like to patch and rebuild
their kernel but I didn't find where to point sources.list to properly
get their ports. I like being able to do it the ubuntu way for some
simple changes to sco/pcm driver. Anyone here working in linaro?
From: Andy Doan <andy.doan@li...> - 2011-08-08 23:24:17
On 08/08/2011 01:50 PM, Brad Midgley wrote:
> Running linaro on an overo fire. So I would like to patch and rebuild
> their kernel but I didn't find where to point sources.list to properly
> get their ports. I like being able to do it the ubuntu way for some
> simple changes to sco/pcm driver. Anyone here working in linaro?
Hey Brad. I'm doanac from #linaro who you spoke to on IRC and I work for
Linaro. My typical workflow for doing kernel work is described here:
I find this to be the most productive approach. However, I don't think
this is the "ubuntu" way you are hoping for. That method is probably
better documented with:
Either approach might leave one with confusion surrounding our git
trees. Here is quick run down with regards to Overo:
* kernel/linux-linaro-*.git - these are the Linaro trees maintained by
Nicolas Pitre. Its the Linus upstream plus ARM related fixes that are
on their way upstream.
* ubuntu/linux-linaro-*.git - these are the kernels that go into Linaro
hardware packs for Overo. They are based on Nico's tree, then add
Ubuntu "sauce" patches and debian packaging files. NOTE: these trees