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authorPatrick McDermott <pehjota>2019-04-28 16:53:13 (EDT)
committer Patrick McDermott <pehjota>2019-04-28 16:53:13 (EDT)
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doc/plat/porting: Update to use prokit
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@@ -16,23 +16,15 @@ So read on to port ProteanOS to your computer!
Set Up a ProteanOS System
=========================
-Get miniprokit, the "Mini ProteanOS Development Kit", as instructed on the
-[[download_page|get]].
+[[Get_prokit|doc/install/prokit]], the ProteanOS Development Kit.
-Connect the storage medium (e.g. a hard disk drive connected using a USB
-adapter/dock or a USB flash drive). On it, create one primary partition of type
-0x83 (Linux) and mark it as bootable. cfdisk, sfdisk, or fdisk can be used for
-this.
+Connect a storage medium (e.g. a hard disk drive connected using a USB
+adapter/dock or a USB flash drive). Run the following commands (replacing
+`/dev/sdb` with the path to storage device and `i686-linux-glibc` with the
+architecture of the target system) to create a partition layout and file system
+and install ProteanOS into it:
-Run the following commands (replacing `/dev/sdc1` with the path to the newly
-created partition and `i686-linux-glibc` with the architecture of the target
-system) to make and mount an ext4 file system, install ProteanOS into it, and
-enter a ProteanOS shell:
-
- # mke2fs -t ext4 /dev/sdc1
- # mount /dev/sdc1 /mnt
- # /path/to/miniprokit.sh install -a i686-linux-glibc -P dev /mnt
- # /path/to/miniprokit.sh shell /mnt
+ # prokit installer-pc -a i686-linux-glibc -p dev dev/trunk /dev/sdb
Install, Configure, and Build the `linux-libre` Source Package
@@ -43,31 +35,32 @@ Choose a platform on which this new platform will be based. In this tutorial,
Install toolchain packages, the source package, and build dependencies:
- / # opkg install build-essential-$(cat /etc/proteanos_arch) \
- > src-linux-libre config-linux-libre-ao751h bc xz \
- > libncursesw.5-dev libtinfo-dev terminfo
+ # prokit opkg /dev/sdb1 install build-essential src-linux-libre \
+ > config-linux-libre-ao751h bc xz libncursesw.5-dev libtinfo-dev terminfo
-Change to the source package directory and use opkbuild to unpack the upstream
-sources and install platform configuration files:
+Start a ProteanOS shell, change to the source package directory, and use
+opkbuild to unpack the upstream sources and install platform configuration
+files:
- / # cd /usr/src/linux-libre_3.10.40~gnu-2/
- /usr/src/linux-libre_3.10.40~gnu-2 # opkbuild -bcT nop -P ao751h
+ # prokit shell /dev/sdb1
+ # cd /usr/src/linux-libre_*/
+ # opkbuild -bcT nop -p ao751h
Hide the list of platform configuration files from opkbuild, so the modified
configuration won't get overwritten:
- /usr/src/linux-libre_3.10.40~gnu-2 # mv platconf platconf.no
+ # mv platconf platconf.no
Enter the upstream source tree and configure Linux-libre:
- /usr/src/linux-libre_3.10.40~gnu-2 # cd tmp/src/
- /usr/src/linux-libre_3.10.40~gnu-2/tmp/src # make menuconfig
+ # cd tmp/src/
+ # make menuconfig
Return to the source package directory and build the package for a platform
other than `dev`:
- /usr/src/linux-libre_3.10.40~gnu-2/tmp/src # cd ../../
- /usr/src/linux-libre_3.10.40~gnu-2 # opkbuild -bcdP dimension2400
+ # cd ../../
+ # opkbuild -bcdp dimension2400
Make the System Bootable
@@ -75,22 +68,16 @@ Make the System Bootable
Install the newly built linux-image package:
- /usr/src/linux-libre_3.10.40~gnu-2 # opkg install \
- > ../linux-image_3.10.40~gnu-2_i686-linux-glibc_dimension2400.opk
+ # opkg install ../linux-image_*_i686-linux-glibc_dimension2400.opk
Set a hostname and enable initialization of services:
- /usr/src/linux-libre_3.10.40~gnu-2 # cd /
- / # printf 'proteanos\n' >/etc/hostname
- / # printf 'enabled\n' >/etc/rc.policy
+ # printf 'proteanos\n' >/etc/hostname
+ # printf 'enabled\n' >/etc/rc.policy
Exit the ProteanOS shell:
- / # exit
-
-Back on the host system, unmount the file system:
-
- # umount /mnt
+ # exit
The storage medium can then be removed and connected to the target computer.
@@ -104,8 +91,8 @@ Once the `linux-libre` configuration is tested to boot and support all the
relevant hardware and features, a configuration package should be made.
Download the `config-*` package for the base platform you chose, either by
-running, for example, `opkg install src-config-ao751h` on ProteanOS or by
-cloning the relevant Git repository, e.g. `git clone
+running, for example, `prokit opkg install src-config-ao751h` or by cloning the
+relevant Git repository, e.g. `git clone
git://git.proteanos.com/pkg/config-ao751h.git`.
Set the `Maintainer` field in the `control` file.
@@ -125,8 +112,9 @@ Regenerate the metadata for the binary packages:
$ ./config
Copy the `linux-libre` configuration file (`tmp/src/.config` under the source
-package directory) into `src/linux-libre/*/`.
+package directory) into `src/linux-libre/*/` in your new configuration source
+package.
-The `config-*` package can then be built, e.g. `opkbuild -S` to build the source
-package. Please notify the ProteanOS community of your porting work, if you
-haven't already, and offer to upload and maintain the `config-*` package.
+Your configuration package can then be built, e.g. `prokit build -S .` to build
+the source package. Please notify the ProteanOS community of your porting work,
+if you haven't already, and offer to upload and maintain the `config-*` package.