I have working VxWorks BSP for my board. I want to build the
VxWorks kernel image. What I have to do? and what are the necessary
components (for minimal image), I should select?
If you have any link, regarding component selection and component
details, please send it to me.
Re: Kernel Compilation
> I have working VxWorks BSP for my board. I want to build the
>VxWorks kernel image. What I have to do?[/color]
Unless you have a source license the VxWorks kernel is supplied to you
only as binary libraries and you therefore do not want or need to build
it. What you probably want to do instead is build a "bootable VxWorks
image". This is accomplished in Tornado by creating a bootable VxWork
image project, confiuring it as required, and compiling it.
> and what are the necessary
>components (for minimal image), I should select?[/color]
This is a very difficult question to answer directly. VxWorks is very
highly configurable and the components one includes depend entirely on
> If you have any link, regarding component selection and component
>details, please send it to me.[/color]
The Wind River documentation is the pretty much the only source of the
information you seek. The Tornado User's Guide is the place to start.
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