On 01/26/10 11:43, Somebody in the thread at some point said:
Thanks for sharing the info.
More questions -
For development, I am planning to use QEMt U to load a kernel image[so
it would be great if you have a prebuilt kernel image for s3c6410 to
share :) ] and use the rootfs to derisk stuff until I get my hands on a
proper dev board.
Is this a step in the right direction?
I don't use Qemu because I have SMDK6410, it's preferable to use a real
board all the time.
I can't give prebuilt binaries when I am not set up to also provide
source for GPL reasons.
However, if you go here
and install the cross toolchain on your Fedora host, then
git clone git://git.warmcat.com/qi
and check out the txtr branch
you should be able to build Qi, if you look in ./image/qi-s3c6410....bin
and examine 6410-partition-sd.sh you will see how to make a bootable SD
For the kernel, I used Ben Dooks' tree
git clone git://git.fluff.org/bjdooks/linux.git
there's a slightly outdated config for smdk6410 in arch/arm/configs.
In both cases, you can use the Fedora ARM Cross toolchain to build them.