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AVR32 Linux Howto Guides

Here you'll find guides on how to do various things with AVR32 Linux. If you're new to all this, start by reading the GettingStarted guide. If you come up with a clever way to do something, please add a new entry below.

GettingStarted
How to set up a AVR32 Linux development environment from scratch
RunningLinuxOnWindows
How to run Linux on Windows
CompilingTheKernel
How to compile the kernel using BSP v2.0 and BSP v1.0.
BuildAVR32RPMs
How to build and install RPM packages on AVR32
BuildAVR32iPKGs
How to build and install ipkg packages on AVR32
ModifyTheNGW100
How to modify the NGW100 to add new peripherals
BootFromSDCard
How to configure uboot to boot from an SD card.
TakeScreenShots
How to take screenshots remotely and locally
RemoteDebugging
How to debug applications remotely using gdb
WirelessNetworking
How to connect wireless networking hardware
KernelDebugging
How to debug the Linux kernel using the JTAGICEmkII
SwapOverNetwork
How to set up swap on a Network Block Device
ExtractingTheLinuxConsoleLog
What to do when absolutely no messages appear on the console when booting your new kernel? Bring out your JTAGICEmkII and extract the console log directly from RAM.
CustomBoardSupport wip
How to port u-boot and the Linux kernel to support your custom board. This might also include interesting information for users running a hacked version of an existing board.
MakeNewKernel
How to make a New Kernel like 2.6.21.6
AtomicOperations
How to do atomic operations using the stcond instruction
NewbieLinuxDriver
How to compile and load simple linux driver

r23 - 2010-03-09 - 06:58:25 - JeffHardy
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