L4Android and L4Linux parallel on an i.MX53
adam at os.inf.tu-dresden.de
Mon Mar 5 22:29:06 CET 2012
On Mon Mar 05, 2012 at 10:41:03 +0100, Tobias Fink wrote:
> for my bachelor project I'm trying to run Android and Linux parallel on an
> i.MX53 Board. While the first approach with KVM seemed not to be the right
> way to go L4 looks promising.
> While I found many interesting and helpful topics in this list I still have
> some questions.
> I tried to first build the "Hello World" example which worked fine but
> failed in building other examples because of not fulfilled dependencies
> (first to note io). I already checked out "l4linux_requirements". What else
> do I need?
If something is missing, just go to l4/pkg and get the package with
'svn up name'. Or get the snapshot downloaded which has everything (the
same that is available via svn).
> The board is a custom board with very little documentation. I have some
> Linux drivers for the connected hardware. Is it possible to use them with
> L4Linux or would I have to get/write drivers for L4 itself?
It depends on the device and how you want to use those. You mention
Android which likely means you want a screen and input driver
independent of any Linux. Usually those are not too big and writing
them is doable.
Adam adam at os.inf.tu-dresden.de
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