On Tue, 2010-11-02 at 06:20 -0700, tiagoprn wrote:
I think nokia n8xx could be a nice example of what yocto/poky are
Especially now that Nokia has abandoned this devices, it would be cool
to have a new OS being supported on it.
Yes, I agree.
I'm new to poky, so, if you could make it easier to build the toochain
to build it to a n800, me and many other n8xx owners would be quite
Right, it doesn't seem to be working out of the box - I'll take a look
and see if we can't rescue it from meta-extras...
BTW, I'd actually like to have one of these for myself - can you suggest
a source for them other than eBay?
2010/11/1 Bruce Ashfield <email@example.com>
On 10-10-30 12:20 PM, Tom Zanussi wrote:
On Fri, 2010-10-29 at 04:50 -0700, tiagoprn wrote:
I have a question. I have just read about the
yocto/poky projects and
here I am with a hope. :)
I have a nokia n800 (an internet tablet
abandoned by Nokia just about
2 years ago).
With poky/yocto project tools, is it possible
to install a linux
toolchain with X and the touchscreen/wireless
components working, for
an example, in a SD Card and boot my device
I'm anxious for that.
It looks like yocto already has support for the n800 -
entry in local.conf:
# Other supported machines
#MACHINE ?= "nokia800"
and see this section in README.hardware:
'Nokia 770/N800/N810 Internet Tablets (nokia770 and
"The nokia800 images and kernel will run on both the
N800 and N810"
Sounds like what you're looking for...
The rest of the config has been moved to meta-extras, and
we'd need to do a bit of kernel work, but it has worked in the
past, and could work again in the future.
In other words 'I agree'.
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