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Old 09-14-2012, 07:00 AM   #1
sumitnegi
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how can we install bridge-utils to our target board kernel


Hi all,

Can any please guide us in installing bridge-utils package to our Target board Linux Kernel (Target board==Power PC,linux-2.6.34.9).

Basic idea is to use brctl commands on our target board for bridging ethernet lan's on our board.

For testing purpose we installed this package on our linux machine via

sudo apt-get install bridge-utils

and able to run the command .

Know same we want to happen for our target board .

Frankly speaking we dont know how to patchup this package to target board kernel.

Any sought of help will be highly appreciated. Thanks in advance

Thanks & Regards
Sumit
 
  


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