Re: [PATCH] enable armel/versatile in the build dir
On Thu, Feb 28, 2008 at 08:16:24PM +0100, Martin Michlmayr wrote:
> * Robert Millan <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2008-02-26 17:17]:
> > This patch enables armel/versatile in the build dir.
> > Note that bumping KERNELVERSION is also required to make it work (which I
> > didn't include in my patch to avoid being disruptive).
> - You don't set INITRD_FS which means it uses the default for ARM,
> which is ext2. All new images should use initramfs.
> - +SUBARCH_SUPPORTED = iop32x ixp4xx ads versatile
> Please lsit versatile before ads (since ads is not a fully supported
> - Note that you can apply this only when versatile udebs are in the
> archive, which means after beta1.
I noticed that my patch would break arm builds, since versatile is only
available for armel.
Perhaps this means the "armel -> arm" symlink ought to be removed? I suppose
similar symlinks can be added on the subdirectories to archieve a similar
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