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Compiling Tinkerboard's Android
#51
doggedly and olegsh91 how did you manage to get the command:
Code:
make -jxx > buildlog.log 2>&1 &
??????????????????????
Thanks!
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#52
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it's good I finish step 3 in virtualbox (ubuntu 16.04) but in step 4 I have an error.

What source code should I put in the {croot} folder?
 I'm french

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#53
Hello Leskriim,
the {croot} is only a synonym for the folder where you have downloaded the whole Android source code. So cd to this folder and go on with step 4.
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#54
but should the source code be in the {croot} folder? because I think I have to start again because I put everything in home ^^ '
 I'm french

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#55
(01-09-2019, 09:02 PM)Leskriim Wrote: but should the source code be in the {croot} folder? because I think I have to start again because I put everything in home ^^ '

{croot} is probably a bad folder name. I used it in the guide to avoid writing out "/home/kbungo/projects/firmware/tinkerboard" every time and having people complain that they don't have a folder named that! it can be in any directory and you should read the rest of the guide as if {croot} is that folder. Smile

(01-05-2019, 12:26 AM)YoZa Wrote: doggedly and olegsh91 how did you manage to get the command:
Code:
make -jxx > buildlog.log 2>&1 &
??????????????????????
Thanks!

make sure you're replacing "-jxx" with a valid number of build threads ("-j1" for example).
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#56
I wrote this code
Code:
$ make -j4 > buildlog.log 2>&1 &


but gave me multiple errors!
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#57
Hello Leskriim,
it seems that you are not inside the kernel folder. Look with 'ls' if there is a folder 'kernel'. Then change into the directory 'cd kernel', then:
Code:
make ARCH=arm rockchip_defconfig
and
Code:
make ARCH=arm rk3288-miniarm.img -j8

Best would be you mark the whole relevant log and copy it to here with the code button '<>', better than copy screenshots.
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