[Buildroot] Build kernel for ARM with Buildroot

Martin Bures needemesleepe at gmail.com
Sun Dec 16 18:09:59 UTC 2007

I've been having the same problem.  Here is what I know.
in the file .config <http://config.in> in /buildroot, there is a variable:
BR2_PACKAGE_LINUX_KCONFIG that is not set.  I have no idea what to set it

I posted the question which got me this answer:

should give you some clues in which Config.in <http://config.in/> it is

the result of that is this:
[ filtered for .svn exclusion and other devices ]

target/linux/Makefile.in:ifneq ($(strip $(subst
target/linux/Makefile.in:LINUX26_KCONFIG=$(strip $(subst
target/linux/Config.in:config BR2_PACKAGE_LINUX_KCONFIG
target/linux/Makefile.in.advanced:ifneq ($(strip $(subst
target/linux/Makefile.in.advanced:LINUX26_KCONFIG:=$(strip $(subst
target/linux/Makefile.in.advanced:      @echo
target/linux/Config.in.advanced:# BR2_PACKAGE_LINUX_KCONFIG
target/linux/Config.in.advanced:config BR2_PACKAGE_LINUX_KCONFIG
target/linux/Config.in.experimental:config BR2_PACKAGE_LINUX_KCONFIG
target/Makefile.in:BR2_PACKAGE_LINUX_KCONFIG:=$(strip $(subst
grep: target/device/jp/q5/target_skeleton/dev/log: No such file or directory
grep: target/device/jp/q5/target_skeleton/etc/mtab: No such file or
grep: target/device/jp/q5/target_skeleton/etc/resolv.conf: No such file or
target/device/x86/i386/Makefile.in:ifeq ($(strip
grep: target/generic/target_skeleton/dev/log: No such file or directory
grep: target/generic/target_skeleton/etc/mtab: No such file or directory
grep: target/generic/target_skeleton/etc/resolv.conf: No such file or
grep: target/generic/target_busybox_skeleton/etc/mtab: No such file or
grep: target/generic/target_busybox_skeleton/etc/resolv.conf: No such file
or directory

so maybe something like "/target/device/Arm/linux2.6.integrator926.config"

On Dec 15, 2007 10:41 AM, Lan Ngoc < ngoclan.it at gmail.com> wrote:

> I have been building kernel and getting error1: "cp: missing destination
> file operand after" as following:
> ................................................................
> [root at localhost buildroot]# make
> Checking build system dependencies:
> BUILDROOT_DL_DIR clean:                         Ok
> CC clean:                                       Ok
> CXX clean:                                      Ok
> CPP clean:                                      Ok
> CFLAGS clean:                                   Ok
> INCLUDES clean:                                 Ok
> CXXFLAGS clean:                                 Ok
> which installed:                                Ok
> sed works:                                      Ok (/bin/sed)
> GNU make version '3.81':                        Ok
> C compiler '/usr/lib/ccache/gcc'
> C compiler version '4.1.2':                     Ok
> C++ compiler '/usr/lib/ccache/g++'
> C++ compiler version ' 4.1.2':                   Ok
> bison installed:                                Ok
> flex installed:                                 Ok
> gettext installed:                              Ok
> makeinfo installed:                             Ok
> Build system dependencies:                      Ok
> rm -rf /mnt/e/buildroot/project_build_arm/ENDUP/buildroot-config
> mkdir -p /mnt/e/buildroot/project_build_arm/ENDUP
> cp -dpRf package/config/buildroot-config
> /mnt/e/buildroot/project_build_arm/ENDUP/buildroot-config
> cp -dpf  /mnt/e/buildroot/project_build_arm/ENDUP/linux-
> cp: missing destination file operand after
> `/mnt/e/buildroot/project_build_arm/ENDUP/linux-'
> Try `cp --help' for more information.
> make: *** [/mnt/e/buildroot/project_build_arm/ENDUP/linux-
>] Error 1
> ......................................................
> I'm using Fedora core 7 and lastest Buildroot version.
> Please show me how to sovle this error!
> Thank you very much!
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