Excellent. That would be my strategy too.
I am reviewing other SOMs to decide whether we want to customise our own board
based on, say, the same AM355x CPU ones. However, some of these specifies that
their module only supports kernel > v3.2 or even kernel v4+. Do you foresee any
issues with using newer kernels?
Trawling through the archives seems to indicate the latest Debian release
tested is Jessie, which is based on kernel v3.1x.
BTW, if I don’t reply thanks after your post, it just means I don’t want to
spam the thread with a one word reply. ;-)
Thanks in advance.
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Subject: [usbproxy] Re: General questions about USBProxy
On 29 December 2016 at 10:05, Yong Chee Yeew
I usually recommend building on the BBB itself, setting up the cross compile
There's an SD image on the GitHub release page, you can use this to update
the OS on the BBB.
Thanks for the tip.
There's also a bunch of stuff on the wiki about recompiling / cross-compiling
some updates. Does this mean I will need to prepare Linux environment?