What is the toolchain for S3C2440

by huymq85 » Mon, 20 Apr 2009 16:06:59 GMT


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 Hi all, I'm compiling linux kernel android version 2.6.25 for samsung
s3c2440A(arm920T) using toolchain :
arm-2008q3-72-arm-none-linux-gnueabi-i686-pc-linux-gnu.tar.bz2 . But
my kernel image cannot boot.
please tell me what toolchain is for s3c2440A(arm920T)?
Thanks you very much.
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What is the toolchain for S3C2440

by Brian Code » Mon, 20 Apr 2009 23:23:21 GMT


 There is an ARMv4 toolchain that can be found at: git.koolu.org in the  
Prebuilt git. We currently use it for the Android on Freerunner  
project with good success.

Regards,
Brian Code






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What is the toolchain for S3C2440

by huymq85 » Thu, 30 Apr 2009 10:51:43 GMT


 I used the toolchain from  http://trac.koolu.org/wiki/Toolchain. The 
compilation completed. but the zImage can not boot. My steps:
kerneL source: linux-2.6.25-android-1.0_r1.tar.gz
step 1: make s3c2410_defconfig
step 2: make menuconfig
         set:
               CONFIG_LOW_MEMORY_KILER = n
               CONFIG_ASHMEM=y
               CONFIG_ANDROID_BINDER = y
               CONFIG_ANDROID_POWER = y
               CONFIG_ANDROID_POWER_STAT =y
               CONFIG_ANDROID_POWER_ALARM =y
               CONFIG_ANDROID_LOGGER = y
               CONFIG_ANDROID_RAM_CONSOLE = n
               CONFIG_ANDROID_PARANOID_NETWORK = y
step 3: make
what is wrong?
Do I have to run a patch file for armv4t(arm920T)? if yes, where can I
down load that patch file?(I tried some patch file but not success)
Thanks you very much.




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