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|Setting up your Validation Environment on your OMAP Platform|
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- What is a minimal-FS Environment
Our minimal environment is based on the Angstrom Distribution. This environment is currently used to test pandaboard + all future community platforms. We have combined some basic tools that should help in board bring up test cases. There is no UI/GUI available for this file system. The environment is command driven only.
Support Platforms: PandaBoard
 Installing our Validation Environment
- Download Environment - First get the minimal-FS binaries
- SD Configuration - Configure a SD Card
- Copy binaries to SD Card - Copy the downloaded binaries to the SD Card
- Platform Configuration - Hookup the OMAP platform you have
- Setup a serial terminal - Boot up the minimal-FS and configure a terminal to view output
- Booting Environment - Boot up options
- Environment Tests -- Tools used to test you HW platform environment
- What's Next -- Review current status of the kernel, awaiting patches, tree information, and much more...