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Here is how to build a custom kernel:
 
Here is how to build a custom kernel:
  
NOTE: If you are installing a custom rootfs, you may have to increase the size of the space in flash to hold the new rootfs image. You do this by editing the linux-2.6.22/arch/arm/mach-s3c2410/mach-tct_hammer.c file.  Find the '''.size''' string and change the value to be a little larger than your rootfs image is. This value is in hex, so you will have to do a conversion to get the right value.
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NOTE: If you are installing a custom rootfs, you may have to increase the size of the space in flash to hold the new rootfs image. You do this by editing the linux-2.6.22/arch/arm/mach-s3c2410/mach-tct_hammer.c file.  Find the '''.size''' string and change the value to be a little larger than your rootfs image is. The image size is in hex, so you will have to do a conversion to get the right value.
  
 
  tar xzf linux-2.6.22.tar.gz
 
  tar xzf linux-2.6.22.tar.gz

Revision as of 09:22, 10 January 2008

Here is how to build a custom kernel:

NOTE: If you are installing a custom rootfs, you may have to increase the size of the space in flash to hold the new rootfs image. You do this by editing the linux-2.6.22/arch/arm/mach-s3c2410/mach-tct_hammer.c file. Find the .size string and change the value to be a little larger than your rootfs image is. The image size is in hex, so you will have to do a conversion to get the right value.

tar xzf linux-2.6.22.tar.gz
gunzip -c Hammer-linux-2.6.22-09122007.diff.gz | patch -p0
cd linux-2.6.22
cp hammer-config .config
make oldconfig
make zImage

The kernel can be found in arch/arm/boot/zImage