Following the previous posts in this category you will notice that I was using Sourceforge.net as the code hosting. We had to change that because we really didn’t want to share every bit of code. ( A big sorry to open source developers. I am truly a sell out. ) So had to set up CVS server. Never done that before. Should probably add it to my CV. Anyways to business.
We have been able to install Ångström Linux to our beagle board. Ran into couple problems. The first one was we trusted BeagleBoard Beginners wiki just too much!!
You see we learned that we should NOT set any environment variables while using demo u-boot image which was downloaded from here. In fact what we did is we created our own Ångström image (from Ångström site) and simply installed that to our Linux partition of our SDHC card. And it worked beautifully. Though I must say first boot is a drag, very very slow.
Even tough the team’s enthusiasm was up the roof we were not able to try it out. More on this later. I would also like to inform all people who is following this blog religiously that our project is now hosted on SourceForge.net at http://sourceforge.net/projects/theblackbox/ . And I have also set up a CVS so those who want to follow the code will be able to follow it from the net.
cvs -z3 -d:pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvsroot/theblackbox co -P modulename
I am sorry to say due to some weird problem you can not view the CVS modules from Sourceforge. You will need to use some kind of client. I am currently using Eclipse as my development IDE hence all my CVS materials comes from that. I have heard that TortoiseCVS is quite neat in its own way (for Windows) but I’d rather use Eclipse your choice.