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Re: Native port for Raspberry Pi

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Hi Nic, could you post quick build instructions for the pi. I have a unit here that I'm not going to use for a while and I want to set it up to build AROS.

Cheers

Also PM your email addy, and I'll make a donation.

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Hi Bloodline,

# download/checkout the source someplace, e.g. /build/AROS-Src/

# make a directory to store external sources AROS downloads, e.g. /build/Ports

# make a build directory, e.g /build/aros-raspi-armhf

# cd into the build dir, configure, and then run make -:

>cd /build/aros-raspi-armhf
>/build/AROS-Src/configure --target=raspberrypi-armhf --with-serial-debug --enable-ccache --with-portssources=/build/Ports
>make
>make arosboot-raspi


then copy the files from /build/aros-raspi-armhf/bin/raspi-armhf/AROS/ onto an sdcard, and download/copy the Raspi firmware files onto it.

You should then be able to boot the sdcard on your RasPi.

p.s. - My email addresss is my Forum/IRC nick @gmail.com

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Re: Native port for Raspberry Pi

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Cheers Nick, have a beer or two on me ;)

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pngtopnm was a bitch to find, but finally got all the required packages... Now configure fails with "raspberrypi-armhf" unsupported target :-/


I'm using the latest sources...

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Trunk? It isn't part of ABI v0 ;)

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Doh! :facepalm:

Ok... 3:18am and the build has started :)

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Don't know how your (cross-)compilation ended but I've been finally able to compile AROS for Rpi thank to above tips. It boots into Workbench screen but seems that USB is not working.

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Yeah, Nic was saying earlier in this thread that he is preparing to tackle the USB drivers :)

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Yeah, Nic was saying earlier in this thread that he is preparing to tackle the USB drivers :)


Exactly - I'm slowly getting the pieces of the USB driver put together currently. I'm not particularly familiar with USB so its a slow process while I learn how it all ties together - but I think I'm starting to get a grasp of it now.

So far I have code in place to (try) and initialise the USB chipset, and configure host/device mode operation (though AFAICT Poseidon doesn't support device mode). I've started to get the "virtual" root hub written for the single USB port so that Poseidon should at least list it correctly in the GUI - and try to interact with it to find peripherals.

I still need to check that the controller is correctly configured and running though, and then tackle the actual sending/receiving of data over the USB interface.

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Don't know how your (cross-)compilation ended but I've been finally able to compile AROS for Rpi thank to above tips. It boots into Workbench screen but seems that USB is not working.


Yeah its kind of boring just now since you cant interact much with it ;)

Its possible to put stuff in the WBStartup folder and have it run once AROS boots, but that's mostly a novelty just now ;p

In theory someone could write a serial TCP/IP driver and have AROS interact with the outside world - but that's out of the scope of my intentions so I will focus on USB for now.

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