Porting x86

by ja...@work » Tue, 28 Apr 2009 17:02:06 GMT


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 Hi to everyone.

I'm a beginner with android, so i'm following all the steps in the dev
giude and so on.
At the moment,
 I downloaded the sdk 1.5,
 installed ADT plug-in for eclipse,
got the source code (repo sync),
used "make" to build the code.

NOW I'd like to make android running on the desktop i'm using (x86,
ubuntu 8.1).

What should I do to begin?
If it's not possible to run on my device, how can i set the emulator
for an x86 configuration?

thanks
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Porting x86

by FrankieCZ » Tue, 28 Apr 2009 17:09:44 GMT


 Hi,

I would suggest to read following wiki:
 http://code.google.com/p/patch-hosting-for-android-x86-support/wiki/BuildAndroidForX86Platforms 

and page:

 http://www.androidx86.org/ 

Try to follow instructions and you should be able to build Android for
x86. However, I've tried and I was facing with several problems
(mainly because of frame buffer).

Good luck! :)

Frank



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Porting x86

by ja...@work » Tue, 28 Apr 2009 17:53:01 GMT


 Thank You :)




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Porting x86

by Yi Sun » Wed, 29 Apr 2009 00:17:21 GMT


 For now, please use intefb or vesa fb as mentioned in wiki page to avoid
problem. THe life will be better when Android moves to 2.6.29 where
modesetting is enabled by default.
 http://code.google.com/p/patch-hosting-for-android-x86-support/wiki/BuildAndroidForX86Platforms 






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