[OpenWrt-Devel] [RFC 4/6] x86: geode: shrink amount of default packages
Tomasz Maciej Nowak
tomek_n at o2.pl
Tue Jan 15 02:40:08 EST 2019
W dniu 14.01.2019 o 21:10, Philip Prindeville pisze:
> Why is the hwclock being dropped everywhere?
It's provided by busybox and installed by default, also greping for its usage in target/linux/x86/base-files returned nothing. Am I missing something, is the full fledged one used somewhere or by something?
> And who says the geos2, net5501, or alix2 are obsolete?
They are not obsolete by any means, only the way to assign packages for specific device changes. Please take a look at patch nr 2 in this RFC and section adding target/linux/x86/image/geode.mk. There You have almost all packages replicated with additional geos device profile. Now You'll get two images, one generic, and one for geos. This distinction is here because with old way of adding packages, the generic image would end up with lot of useless, geos/dsl specific packages.
> I have some running right here…
I have WRAP which runs perfectly fine with these changes.
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