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howtos:hardware:arm:olinuxinoa10s [2013/11/12 10:09 (UTC)]
balky [Compiling the kernel (Copied from http://olimex.wordpress.com/2013/06/19/building-linux-for-a10s-from-scratch/ and http://olimex.wordpress.com/2013/10/28/building-debian-sd-card-for-linux-with-kernel-3-4-from-scratch-for-a10s-olinuxino-micro/ with some m
howtos:hardware:arm:olinuxinoa10s [2014/07/28 04:41 (UTC)]
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 This document can also be found at [[http://​www.malaya-digital.org/​setting-up-slackware-arm-14-0-on-the-olinuxino-a10s-from-scratch/​]] This document can also be found at [[http://​www.malaya-digital.org/​setting-up-slackware-arm-14-0-on-the-olinuxino-a10s-from-scratch/​]]
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 +NOTE: The documentation below needs updating. I recommend that you use the link I've just given above as it leads to updated documentation. I'll have the text below updated when time permits.
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 ====Setup of development environment==== ====Setup of development environment====
   * Create a VirtualBox VM for Debian 7.2.0 i386. I allocated 1024MB of RAM to it. As for the virtual hard drive space, I allocated 8GB. I also recommend that you disable audio support for the VM.   * Create a VirtualBox VM for Debian 7.2.0 i386. I allocated 1024MB of RAM to it. As for the virtual hard drive space, I allocated 8GB. I also recommend that you disable audio support for the VM.
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 <​code>#​ make ARCH=arm menuconfig</​code>​ <​code>#​ make ARCH=arm menuconfig</​code>​
     * HINT: If you're having problems with Logitech wireless keyboards and mice, don't build the following (for Linux 3.4.61):     * HINT: If you're having problems with Logitech wireless keyboards and mice, don't build the following (for Linux 3.4.61):
-      * Under Kernel Configuration,​ this must be built in the kernel: 
         * Device Drivers->​HID Devices->​Special HID drivers-><​ > Logitech Unifying receivers full support         * Device Drivers->​HID Devices->​Special HID drivers-><​ > Logitech Unifying receivers full support
     * HINT: To verify OTG is enabled(for Linux 3.4.61):     * HINT: To verify OTG is enabled(for Linux 3.4.61):

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