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OMAP zoom2 MDP. This will hopefully help your own efforts to port an existing distribution to the MDP, develop your own
OMAP zoom2 MDP. This will hopefully help your own efforts to port an existing distribution to the MDP, develop your own
custom linux distribution for this platform, or just to understand how to boot linux on an embedded system.
custom linux distribution for this platform, or just to understand how to boot linux on an embedded system.
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=How to submit patches=
 
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Generating and submitting patches using git-send-email
 
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OMAP platform linux mailing list <linux-omap@vger.kernel.org> can be used for patch submissions
 
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Discussion Forum
 
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OMAP platform linux mailing list <linux-omap@vger.kernel.org> can be used for discussion 
 
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Subscription information to the list can be found here.
 
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OMAP4 : Open Source Aligned Development Model
 

Latest revision as of 02:08, 29 August 2009

[edit] Project Overview

This project is to support OMAP processors and future OMAP platform generations.
This tree will track and interact with the Linux mainline kernel, linux-omap and other kernel.org feeder trees.


[edit] Project Communications

Where did you hear that? When was that submitted? Can I speak to someone regarding that?
These are common questions that can be found on the mailing list or chats located in this section.


[edit] Getting Started

This short tutorial will go through all the steps necessary to get a barebones embedded Linux system running on the OMAP zoom2 MDP. This will hopefully help your own efforts to port an existing distribution to the MDP, develop your own custom linux distribution for this platform, or just to understand how to boot linux on an embedded system.



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