problem in bzimage in LINUX kernel tree for RTAI/Adeos
sailendratalks at gmail.com
Thu Aug 17 10:04:23 CEST 2006
As you wrote,
Why r u using an old version of RTAI?
> 1. cd linux-188.8.131.52
> 2. patch -p1 < ../rtai-3.2/base/arch/i386/patches/hal7-2.6.9.patch
The patch is not matching the kernel you downloaded - you should get a
maching one ...
so may i know the correct patch.
so no need to do make bzImage, only to give make and make modules_intall.
i have already linux-2.6.8 kernel tree for comedi ,
should i configure another kernel tree for RTAI,
as per your suggestion, i will try for RTAI-3.4, lets see. which kernel is
good for RTAI-3.4.
kindly suggest some better compilation steps for RTAI configuration.
On 8/17/06, Malte Witt <malte.witt at sieb-meyer.de> wrote:
> > Here are some problems when i configured linux kernel tree for RTAI-3.2.
> Why r u using an old version of RTAI?
> > 1. cd linux-184.108.40.206
> > 2. patch -p1 < ../rtai-3.2/base/arch/i386/patches/hal7-2.6.9.patch
> The patch is not matching the kernel you downloaded - you should get a
> maching one ...
> > 3. cp arch/i386/deconfig .config
> > 4.make oldconfig
> > 5.make menuconfig
> > 6 make bzImage ///gives error in entry file as
> > 7.make modules
> > 8.make modules_install
> This is not the correct method to configure a 2.6.x kernel.
> 3-5 are ok, but afterwards you should just do a single
> make modules_install
> This procedure changed from 2.4 to 2.6 kernel.
> My advice:
> Get RTAI 3.4
> Look at the provided patches and download a matching kernel from
> Then do the above steps :-)
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