[Buildroot] R: AT91SAM9G20 build .config for linux-2.6.26

Mauro Condarelli mcondarelli at soft-in.com
Mon Dec 29 09:52:12 UTC 2008

michael ha scritto:
> Hi,
> Mauro Condarelli wrote:
>> Michael Trimarchi ha scritto:
>>> Hi,
>>> --- Ven 26/12/08, Mauro Condarelli <mcondarelli at soft-in.com> ha
>>> scritto:
>>>> Da: Mauro Condarelli <mcondarelli at soft-in.com>
>>>> Oggetto: [Buildroot] AT91SAM9G20 build .config for linux-2.6.26
>>>> A: buildroot at uclibc.org
>>>> Data: Venerdì 26 dicembre 2008, 20:06
>>>> Hi,
>>>> I've been trying to build the whole kernel+rootfs
>>>> system for my
>>>> AT91SAM9G20-EK Rev.B EVA board several times now and always
>>>> failing, for
>>>> one reason or the other.
>>>> I tried both the straight instructions from
>>>> buildroot.uclibc.org and
>>>> those from www.linux4sam.org.
>>>> I have a working set bootstrap+uboot+linux-2.6.25+rootfs
>>>> I am (for the time being) happy with the first two steps
>>>> and I'm trying
>>>> to setup a net boot with tftp+nfs.
>>>> I have been able to set-up a server with working tftpd+nfsd
>>>> that will
>>>> boot the original stuff.
>>> The rootfs is one thing. The kernel is another one. You can compile
>>> the kernel outside the buildroot project using the same toolchain,
>>> start
>>> from the config file of 2.6.25 distribuition.
>>> Michael
>> Pretty please, I tried several (dozens of) configurations.
>> Can  someone contribute a *surely working* .config file for my board?
>> I started "from the config file of 2.6.25 distribuition" (assuming You
>> mean the one that is available from www.kernel.org) multiple times,
>> never getting to a working kernel.
> If you use the latest kernel you have the at91sam9g20ek_defconfig. The
> pathces for
> the at9samg20 are in the official kernel tree starting from the TAG
> v2.6.27-rc1
>> I really need to start from some "known good" point, otherwise I'm just
>> running circles.
>> TiA
>> Mauro
> The configs file are under arch/arm/configs/ directory of the kernel
> tree.
> Regards Michael

I know that, unfortunately, for reasons independent of my will, I need
to stick to version 2.6.26.

Is there any *easy* way to backport the changes?

Can someone help me?


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