We are using the arago build enviornmnet. For building the images we require the high speed internet connection.
In case suppsose , for Kernel we use the base line as version r10 , on that we create the custom changes patch and run the images on the proto boards and become version r11. but in the arago built enviornment , if any updation then the base line of kernel or bootloader changes to r11 i.e overlap . The patch doesnot useful andbecome the tedious process , creating the patch again and again for changed baseline code.
Is their any way to avoid this ? How we can use arago enviornment for such situations.
Can we use or build the kernel or bootloader offline using the bitbake process?
Please clarify the picture. so that we can use the arago enviornment for our custom development.
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