On Thu, 2008.05.15, 136, Anderson Lizardo wrote: > On Tue, May 13, 2008 at 12:11 PM, green <email@example.com> wrote: > > On Sun, 2008.05.11, 132, Riku Voipio wrote: > > > What compiler did you use to build the kernel? > > > > Installed are: > > gcc-4.3 4.3.0-3 > > gcc-4.2 4.2.3-4 > > > > It looks like I'm using gcc-4.3. I see that version 4.3.0-4 is available; I'll > > upgrade it soon. > > Are you sure you are using a cross compiler for ARM (e.g. those from > Emdebian or from Code Sourcery) and not a native compiler? I am compiling in the chroot, and everything I'm using in the chroot is from Debian sid armel. So I am using a native compiler, and as far as I understand, it should work (like this: http://www.arm.linux.org.uk/docs/kerncomp.php). The maemo kernel is armel, everything in the chroot is armel, and the target kernel is armel. I hoped this would be simpler than cross-compiling. Please enlighten me if I'm missing something (like maybe it can't be done in a chroot for some reason). And thanks for your patience. > AFAIK, the NOKIA logo does not say anything whether the kernel is > booting, it comes from the bootloader. And its probably rebooting > because a hardware watchdog is being triggered due to a buggy kernel. Okay.
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