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Compiling ADI Buildroot for BF518

Question asked by xtchen on Oct 8, 2013
Latest reply on Oct 10, 2013 by Aaronwu

I'm trying to install a linux operating system on the BF518 EZ-KIT.

 

According to this documentation: http://docs.blackfin.uclinux.org/doku.php?id=uclinux_on_blackfin, I'm supposed to use the buildroot Linux distribution, which I obtained here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/adi-buildroot/.

 

However, when ran a "make configure" on the extracted file, I couldn't find BF518.  Here's the output on my console:

 

root@user-VirtualboxUbuntu:/home/user/uClinux-dist# make config

config/mkconfig > config.in

#

# Using defaults found in .config

#

*

* Vendor/Product Selection

*

*

* Select the Vendor you wish to target

*

Vendor (3com, ADI, AnalogDevices, Arcturus, Arnewsh, Atmel, Avnet, Bluetechnix, Conexant, Cwlinux, Cytek, Exys, Feith, Future, GDB, Hitachi, Imt, Insight, Intel, KendinMicrel, LEOX, Mecel, Midas, Motorola, NEC, Netburner, NetSilicon, Nintendo, OPENcores, Promise, Samsung, SecureEdge, senTec, SnapGear, Soekris, SSV, SWARM, TeleIP, Triscend, Via, Weiss, Xilinx) [AnalogDevices] 

  defined CONFIG_DEFAULTS_ANALOGDEVICES

*

* Select the Product you wish to target

*

AnalogDevices Products (BF533-EZKIT, BF533-STAMP, BF537-STAMP, BF561-EZKIT) [BF533-STAMP]

 

Am I using the wrong linux distribution or am I doing something wrong?

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