How to build OpenXT

Ross Philipson edited this page Sep 25, 2015 · 7 revisions

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There are several different sets of binaries that can be built:

  1. The OpenEmbedded build, which produces a platform installer ISO and many additional binary packages and related files, and requires a 32 bit Debian squeeze machine, and takes about 6 hours and 150GB of disk space. See [Building OpenEmbedded](Building OpenEmbedded).
  2. The Windows tools build, which requires a Windows machine, the Microsoft Device Driver Kit (DDK), and Visual Studio (TODO: confirm versions). See [Windows Build Machine](Windows Build Machine) to set up your build machine, then [Windows Build Process](Windows Build Process) to run the build.
  3. The CentOS tools and SyncXT server RPMs, which requires a [CentOS 6 machine](CentOS 6 Build Machine).
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