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Part Number: TDA2EVM5777
I downloaded the TDAx Linux and RTOS PROCESSOR_SDK for Vision SDK V_03_01_00_00 and compiled for linux. I would like to add packages to the rootfs and make changes to the .config file.
1. I would like to add packages like openvpn or minicom to the linux filesystem. Where can I add these packages to the rootfs?
2. I tried to manually make changes to the .config file using the command make menuconfig in the directiory <PROCESSOR_SDK>/ti_components/os_tools/linux/kernel/omap/. When I would run the command to recompile the linux rootfs using the command make linux in the directory <PROCESSOR_SDK>/vision_sdk/build/ the .config file, in <PROCESSOR_SDK>/ti_components/os_tools/linux/kernel/omap/, would be restored to default.
You can try the workaround
1. “make menuconfig” under /ti_components/os_tools/linux/kernel/omap to get your .config2. Use the generated .config to override original defconfig (like arch/arm/configs/ti_sdk_dra7x_release_defconfig)
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In reply to Luke Lin:
In reply to iFer:
Thank you,I have downloaded and am building it now, but I noticed that the documentation in step 5 (Booting the board, under Starting your software development) pointed me to a set of different EVMs than the tda2evm5777 (link).
How can I configure the build for tda2evm5777?
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