[Buildroot] HowTo make jffs2 image after linux.mk?

Clem Taylor clem.taylor at gmail.com
Wed Jul 26 15:20:56 UTC 2006

On 7/26/06, Konstantin Kletschke <kletschke at synertronixx.de> wrote:
> Actually I am going into production with a buildroot tree
> advanced by target/device/vendor/product subdirectory :)
> Well, I adapted a linux-mk for my needs and the function is quite handy.
> But what is the best way to create a jffs2 image _after_ compiling
> kernel modules?
> The only chance I see is to move "source "target/device/Config.in""
> just above "source "target/jffs2/Config.in"" but that looks rather ugly
> and hackish.

In my buildroot tree, I did the same thing the gumstix folks did. I
added a TARGET_FS target to the end of the world target list and moved
all the all the *root targets from TARGETS to TARGET_FS. This way the
jffs2 target is always built last.


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