On 01/26/10 11:34, Somebody in the thread at some point said:
So I found this page searching for some stack which has Java running on
linux running on a ARM11 processor(Samsung s3c6410) to be exact. I am
linux NOOB too. From what I read I understand that I have to build the
kernel again for my target board. Is this also true for each of the
binaries on the rootfs or from the yum repository?
No, you just need to take care of your bootloader and your kernel
specific to the board.
The rest of Fedora you can use the generic prebuilt binary packages and
the rootfs tarball to get started.
If you hold your rootfs on SD Card, things are very nice and easy the
BTW I used SD Card boot with s3c6410 myself. You can get the bootloader
fetched from SD Card too direct from ROM, it is extremely convenient.