You can find a kernel images for the SEAD board here:
The sources are here:
To build your own ramdisk see Documentation/initrd.txt (in the sources) for
how-to do it.
Put your ramdisk images in arch/mips/ramdisk/ramdisk.gz and compile the kernel
use the .config.sead file for configure your kernel for the SEAD board, just
copy it to
.config and then do 'make config').
Note that you need a other MIPS linux system to build your ramdisk.
Hope this is useful.
Shuanglin Wang wrote:
> > You are probably referring to the MIPS SEAD board, I have made a port for
> > that board
> > now.
> > It runs with a small ramdisk, which basically only consist of a stand-alone
> > shell
> > and a few simple commands like ls, etc...
> > So you can't do much with it, but you can make you own ramdisk, and just
> > merge it in
> > with the kernel.
> > I will try to put an image on our FTP site
> > (ftp://ftp.mips.com/pub/linux/mips/kernel/2.4/images/) tomorrow.
> > /Carsten
> Yes, it is a MIPS SEAD-2 board. By the way, can I get the source code of the
> with SEAD-2 board support ?
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