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#201
Originally Posted by danramos View Post
It's not really freedom if you bought something and you're not allowed to fully utilize the thing you supposedly "own."
lol...dont tell iphone owners this. They may show you an app.

hehe.

 

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#202
Originally Posted by coderus View Post
oh, of course, but i will be very thankful to see nat working today. it will help me tomorrow.
trying to free some space, only 2 gigs left for building
 
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#203
Originally Posted by nieldk View Post
good to see you javispedro.
I guess our mistake was compiling the 'usual' Linux way make rm581_defconfig, make. But then again, it was my believe this is what dpkg-buildpackage actually does.
What I, and others, want, besides openmode patch, is.
That does also work, you just need to ensure that the final version string matches. debian/rules appends the package version to the kernel string (as a CONFIG_LOCALVERSION iirc).
 

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#204
Originally Posted by ceroberts75 View Post
lol...dont tell iphone owners this. They may show you an app.

hehe.

lol they dont have this lowlevel acceess at all.
 

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#205
Originally Posted by danramos View Post
Edit: After saying outloud, "Man! I wish there was a way I could look up information on the Internet." and Googled it, I have come to find out that "vainilla" is a Spanish version of the word "vanilla"... although, to English speakers, "vainilla" in the context of reports of failures to get the open kernel working DOES seem like an appropriately funny combination of 'vain' attempts at a 'vanilla' kernal.
Hah! Ah well, seemingly, I still can't live without a working spellchecker
 

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Originally Posted by javispedro View Post
That does also work, you just need to ensure that the final version string matches. debian/rules appends the package version to the kernel string (as a CONFIG_LOCALVERSION iirc).
please explain
 
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#207
Originally Posted by coderus View Post
please explain
You can figure out a lot just by looking at debian/rules file.
If not, I suggest staying with dpkg-buildpackage, it does the job niceliy
 
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not
okay...
 
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Originally Posted by coderus View Post
not
okay...
Needs some deeper tutorials, but an example from debian/rules goes like this (for the kernel zImage build)
kernel-stamp: configure-stamp
cd $(KSRC) && $(MAKE) ARCH=$(ARCH) $(NJOBS) $(EXTRAVERSION) zImage

cd ./kernel && make ARCH=arm -j6 zImage

Since $(KSRC) contains the build path and
$(MAKE) the path to 'make'
$(ARCH) is the architecture we are crosscompiling to
$(NJOBS) is number of concurrent threads (I believe default is 6)
$(EXTRAVERSION) is not defined, thus empty

So, you could compile using something like
cd kernel
make rm581_defconfig
make ARCH=arm -j6 zImage
 

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good explanation, thanks =)
 
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