Excuse for my long message…I will concentrate all doubt in last 2 week.
Im using the DB410.
Thanks for your help, expecially mr danielt, I was able after 2 week to build
my Kernel image using mkbooting (Kernel + dt+ initrd), the Linaro 18.1 version.
I also compiled the module.
All this on a ubuntu machine.
What is really not clear is how to insert this in a SD,and boot from it.
My doubt are:
- I find a already complete image, as for example the :
*** dragonboard-410c-sdcard-developer-buster-359.img ***
This is working…I put in SD then system start from SD.
Also when I compiled the kernel I get a Mykern .img . (the kernl +dt+initrd.)
a)What is the difference bettwen this 2 image ? Maybe in the first xxxter-359.img
there is also a file system and some bootloader ?
How they come togheter in one .img file (tools )?
2)Can I use this SD ,read in what partition is the Kernel Image (Kern +dt+ inrtrd) and just
substitute my Mykern .img . (the kernl +dt+initrd.)?
In this way could be very easy
Can you suggest me some “good” image where can i start ?
3)In case i want create a bootable SD (i dont know the correct term), one of your guide
show what use for aboot,and also for boot…But if compilation dont consider the Modules
mkbooting is used before compile module) , where I put the module?
I means…the mkbooting tools create a image from Kernel+ dt+ intdr, but not consider the
module…Who consider them ?
So ,in general, could be nice to have a clear (for me) procedure on how to create a SD
and insert my kernel.
Excuse again for long text
-1) Could be possible to use a already “working” SD ,for example with a already compiled image, and
-I create a