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Setup scripts for an openembedded environment for the OpenPandora device.
* Also keep our vendor layer in. * TODO: Move over to a floating fork of the Angstrom setup scripts and drop this cruft.
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: email@example.com 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.