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Re: [microblaze-uclinux] Resuming Petalinux build
On Fri, Mar 13, 2009 at 8:33 PM, Antoine Calando <acalando@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> I am currently working with Petalinux v0.30-rc1, and I am facing various
> problems when compiling. Each time I have to correct the problem, rebuild,
> and check if the correction worked out.
> The problem is that the build time is terrible... for instance I had an error
> in busybox, I did some modifications, I restarted the build 15mn ago... and
> the kernel is still being recompiled, even if I did not make any change to it!
> Is there a (simple) way to resume the busybox build directly, and skip all
> the stuff before? I tried different tricks, without succes.
Some userful make targets from the petalinux-dist directory:
So if you have a busybox issue, you can do "make user_only romfs
image" and it will only do what is required.
That said, the make process is smart enough not to rebuild unnecessary
targets - it is curious why the kernel would recompile if you made no
change to the kernel sources or config. Are you building on an NFS
mount or something like that? Sometimes clock skew can cause
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