I have been doing some research. I find that, and please inform me if I am wrong, there is no way to move up an entire -r(N) value for now or ever. W/ this in mind, where would I apply a patch that is listed?
P.S. I understand the patchwork on built kernels but not on the beagleboard.org images, i.e. as the /usr/src/linux is not put at that file. I was trying to put in a -rt- kernel into the mix via patch but no go so far. Is this possible w/ the current configurations or is this just a thing of the past for the older model kernels in the images listed?
Building for embedded Linux takes time, effort, and a knack for failure and resiliency is mandatory.
I built an image. No clue as to what is on it b/c I cannot boot it (yet).
I have an idea…
a. Is there a particular u-boot variant that is susceptible to leisure and not strict rules?
b. I am asking b/c sometimes the builds are awesome and other times, it seems difficult/trying on the senses.
c. is aufs a thing for anyone in this group/community?