On 02/27/2013 02:48 PM, Jon wrote:
Regarding the exynos kernel srpm, i am working on that as time
Still not sure how to handle the install of the kernel from the rpm. I guess for now let
the user manually sign & pack with vboot-utils. The location of the chromium boot
partition is unpredictable. Maybe setup a file in /etc/sysconfig/ with parameters.
The approach suggested at FUDcon2013 in Lawrence was have a version of uboot signed with
vboot-utils and use that to boot up the actual kernel. uboot doesn't change nearly as
fast as the kernel do and this will make the install process more like the other arm
installations for the kernel.
Vboot-utils should be accepted soon once my sponsor reviews the package BZ.
I am looking forward to an official version of vboot-utils.
Agree with ain't broke don't fix. :-P
Yes, a finite amount of time and an infinite queue of things to do. Some things get
pushed to the back of the queue. :)
On Feb 27, 2013 1:16 PM, "William Cohen" <wcohen(a)redhat.com
On 02/27/2013 01:52 PM, Jon wrote:
> On Wed, Feb 27, 2013 at 11:21 AM, William Cohen <wcohen(a)redhat.com
> On 02/27/2013 11:51 AM, Darryl L. Pierce wrote:
> > Is it advisable to build my own kernel for the Chromebook? I glanced
> > through the IRC chat from last week and saw a note about kernels.
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> I built a local version of the kernel because I needed some additional
options enabled in the kernel (kprobes and debuginfo) so I could test out systemtap on the
chrome book. If the existing kernel works for you, why spend the time on building you own
> I would advise you build your own kernel.
> The upstream chromeos-3.4 contains many fixes, including the audio fix so you do
not risk melting the speakers.
> I would also advise you enable audit_syscall.
> Enabling the PERF stuff is also a good idea.
There have been a number of corrections and improvements in the git repo kernel, but
the earlier comment was kind of the "if it ain't broke, don't fix it."
It takes a little while to set things up and build the kernel and install it. Daryl, if
you need help to set it up I can help you.
> William has a great kernel doc on his people page that goes over this stuff.
I wished that we had a srpm setup for the chromebook git kernel, then could point
people at the koji build. However, need to have the uboot built for chromebook also need
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