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Install the Phrozen SDK on Linux

This article describes how to install the Phrozen SDK for the FOX Board LX832 on your Linux systems to cross-compiling

Phrozen SDK is a branch created by John Crispin of the standard SDK written by Axis.

The lastest release available is freezed and not yet supported and implements the Linux Kernel 2.6.15 and 2.4.31.

Today the Phrozen SDK is available on this site only in of a Debian image for VMWARE running under a Windows XP PC.

Create a working image using Phrozen SDK

After you have installed the WMWare machine open a Linux sessione and Go to the directory devboard-R2_01:

# cd devboard-R2_01

And run the SDK configuration menu:

# make menuconfig

From this menu you can select a lot of things like your FOX Board type, the Kernel version, what drivers and application you want to include on your final fimage.

To generate a new fimage just save and exit and type:

# ./configure
# make

After some minutes you will have your fimage file ready to program on the FOX Board flash memory.

To learn how to transfer a new flash image on the FOX Board flash memory read this article: