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Re: [Ltib] Using Ltib on non supported board

From: Stuart Hughes
Subject: Re: [Ltib] Using Ltib on non supported board
Date: Tue, 21 Jun 2011 08:46:23 +0100
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Hi Wayne,

Making the changes are easy.  Basically you need to edit the config/platform/_target_/main.lkc file to refer to the toolchain/kernel you want to use.  Make sure to copy also the correct TOOLCHAIN_FLAGS etc from the existing BSP using those assets.

The main thing you'll need to do is to test.

Regards, Stuart

On 20/06/11 16:49, Wayne Tams wrote:

Is it difficult to integrate kernel source and a tool-chain into LTIB from another BSP. The reason I ask is that I am using an i.MX53 based SoM and the build tools are bad and I really like using LTIB, my exposure coming from using LTIB with the i.MX53QSB. 

I can see from the Freescale provided LTIB that I could select custom kernel source and a custom toolchain, what are likely outcomes if I were to change these? Do I need to be digging deeper and look at modifying other files?



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