Porting Linux to a PowerPC Board

An experiment and experience in using Linux in an embedded application.
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Anonymous's picture

can you give the exact files that will be executed incourse of booting the kernel for PowerPC, if we are booting the target through NFS support?

about porting commands...

Anup's picture

Hi,

well you have explained variou porting steps clearly, though I need some guidance about porting the more than one application in to one powerpc board...

Means...can I make one makefile and proceed ahead to create the compressed image and download in the board or any other method...

Please guide me .

Thank You,
Anup.

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