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This is the general system build setup scripts for the OpenPandora device. This will help you setup an OpenEmbedded build environment. http://www.openpandora.org/ Send pull requests to OpenPandora Firmware mailing list: firstname.lastname@example.org http://openpandora.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/firmware-dev Maintainers: John Willis <John.Willis at distant-earth.com> To setup the environment and download required repositores run `./openpandora-setup.sh config`. It should take a little while. This will create ~/.oe/environment-openpandora which you can source to start building things. Navigate to the ./build directory, run `source ~/.oe/environment-openpandora`. Then we are ready to run bitbake. Simply run `bitbake zlib` to check if it works. It's very likely that you'll have to install a ton of utilities. Install these and retry. If you are on a 64-bit system you might get an error about missing 32-bit headers. If this is the only error you get use `touch conf/sanity.conf` (from the build directory) to get rid of it. You'll also need a 32-bit glibc to run the TI installers. On Arch Linux this package is called lib32-glibc. Now you can try to actually build an image. There is a few to choose from. pandora-core-image (no desktop environment or X11) is a good one to start with. Simply run `bitbake pandora-core-image`. You can also build pandora-xfce-image for a complete desktop environment. Nether of these are expected to work at the moment.