Re: Bug#772953: Enable several Kconfigs to support OMAP5432 uEVM devboard
On Wed, 2014-12-17 at 15:10 +0800, Chen Baozi wrote:
> Hi Ian,
> > On Dec 13, 2014, at 20:21, Ian Campbell <email@example.com> wrote:
> > If you care about Debian Installer support then you should also check
> > whether any of the newly added modules need to be added to the installer
> > udebs (which you can mainly do via the module lists under
> > debian/installer/armhf/modules/armhf-armmp/). I've added dwc3-omap to
> > usb-modules already since that one seemed obvious.
> I haven't tried debian-installer on arm platform before. I guess people
> usually don’t use it as a CD/DVD installer image like x86 on arm?
I usually use netboot, others use hd-media from USB sticks etc.
> Any pre-built image for a quick test? Do I need to generate the image by
There are daily installer images at
http://d-i.debian.org/daily-images/armhf/ but these are built from the
kernel etc in sid not from svn, i.e. don't yet include the changes to
enable uEVM, so until the kernel is next uploaded you would indeed need
to build d-i yourself.
That's not too hard: Take all the udebs from your kernel build (e.g.
from dcmd --udeb linux_..._armhf.changes) and put them in the
build/localudebs directory of the debian-installer.git. Then:
make -C build build_netboot
etc. It doesn't (easily?) cross compile, so you will need an armhf host.