I’ve finally updated my patch to 2.6.29, the patch can be downloaded from:
and the config file:
or if you want the image that i already compiled and test (image is compiled with 32 MB memory). This is NOT a FIRMWARE
when i have the time, i will work on creating a new firmware image.
- The machine ID is now registered in http://www.arm.linux.org.uk/developer/machines/
- The network problem instability has now been fixed
- Added new configuration option to select memory size based on your board memory (16, 32, or 64 mb). Note: selecting values larger than the supported size will cause crash.
The other news is that Bruce M Simpson has donated me an Emprex NSD 100 for porting FreeBSD to it. I have started my work, but the progress will be slower from the Linux at the beginning, because:
- I am more familiar with Linux kernel compared to FreeBSD kernel
- Currently FreeBSD kernel itself doesn’t support many ARM devices yet, so to find an exmple of something I need to look at NetBSD, (and it helps, for example the Faraday 526 processor support is already in NetBSD).
- I am rather busy this and coming month (planning to go to Indonesia for about 10 days)