[Buildroot] Best buildroot options for a custom AT91RM9200 board?

Leonid Leonid at a-k-a.net
Mon Oct 8 17:18:34 UTC 2007

Hi, Jorge: 

On Monday, October 08, 2007 8:05 AM Jorge S. wrote:
> I'm trying to create a root fs for a custom board wich is AT91rm9200
based. So i have several newbie (maybe dumb) questions.

LB: I was working on the same last 2 weeks.

> I've started with the svn version of buildroot and after dealing with
lots of "soft-float"/uCLibc problems 
> finally discovered that there's a prebuilt setup from the Atmel people
that seems to work. 


> 1) Last buildroot svn version
> 2)

LB: I couldn't make option 1 working for me, but that probably was
because I was really newbie for builsroot couple weeks ago. I may try
again in future. After all I used second option successfully.

> And the last question, I'm using a 8MB Spi DataFlash for storage, so
my rootFS cannot grow more than 6 MB (since i use at least 2MB 
> for bootloader, kernel and other stuff) is there any "must have"
minimal configuration recommended? 

LB: My filesystem footprint is 8M now, but I have included gdb for
target and my application also takes space, bare minimum is about 6M.
Ramdisk (packed) was 1.4M and 3.7M respectively, so you can work with 8M
flash though I suggest bigger one.


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