Learn How to Compile a Kernel using Linaro
Posted June 5, 2014 at 03:30 pm by Tomek Kondrat
Not too long time ago, we compared Linaro and GCC to see whether changing your compiler could result in better performance. The process of compiling a kernel with Linaro and other toolchains is similar to using GCC by itself. However, it requires a bit of knowledge and preparation, and this is where guides and tutorials come in.
If you prefer to learn in video form, you should definitely check out the video guide series by XDA Forum Member srsdani. This series of eight movies guides you through all the issues you may face while installing a Linux distro on a VM, configuring it, and of course, building a kernel with Linaro.
The process will take you couple of hours, so this guide will be a perfect companion on your journey to Android development. The guide also contains a few tricks that can be used to extract the kernel config, or dump a boot.img, making the video tutorial even more interesting.
You can find the videos in the original thread. So if you are keen to learn new things related to kernel development, head over there and give it a try.
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