I actually meant the entire /customer to use their drivers etcYes fards, you. You are mentioned a couple of times here: http://www.cnx-softw...com/tag/kernel/
You mean pulled in the patches from the github repo you are working on? It's been a little while. Suppose I should give that a shot.
However I also made the realisation that Ubuntu has far better support for compiling ARM than Debian so I set up a VM and grabbed what I needed.
Another motivation was realising what was supported in my little experiments.
The cortex-a9 option specifically.Code:
<br /> make ARCH=arm ARM_CPU_TYPE=cortex-a9 CROSS_COMPILE=arm-linux-gnueabi- uImage<br />
When I get a little time I'm going to put together an SD card that a self built linux kernel actually has a hope of doing something on, turn on kernel debugging to file and see what happens. IF I can get a current kernel to get partway through booting even with hardware support for pretty much everything disabled I'll be very happy indeed.
edit: I mean kernel logging. I have kernel debugging enabled already..