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Old 07-16-2013, 11:41 PM   #1
sallu.salmankhalid
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Yocto Project


Hi,
I compiled a distribution of linux for pandaboard using yocto project, its working fine. I want to know where in the build directory of yocto project are the source files of kernel if I manually want to build kernel for pandaboard. I know I can rebuild the kernel using yocto project I just want to know how can I do it manually using the patched source files of the kernel its part of my training. I used the meta-ti bsp and danny-8.0 .

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