Re: why not kernel images and other tools?
I am interested in creating tools for embedded beyond kernel
configuration. This has been in the back of my mind while I try to
follow this thread. My idea was to investigate using Eclipse. If that
doesn't look viable, or grossly unpopular, look at implementing
something with Tk. (tcl or perl)
Another question that I have is regarding package configuration
maintenance in an embedded system. Has anyone thought about this?
On Apr 19, 2004, at 8:45 AM, Henrion Benjamin wrote:
Why not maintaining kernel images inside emdebian?
I prefer to load an already and tested kernel of a emdeb package, then
loosing time to compile one myself.
It could reduce time of market (or time to make the system working).
It could be great to have also some standard tools to generate custom
flash images from booters+kernel+romfs.
Is someone motivated to package those booters (uboot, isolinux, etc...)
Howto package those booters?
Which others booters do you use?
Benjamin Henrion <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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