Hi!

Add a 'uboot' target after installkernel!


-adrian


On 10 November 2014 01:12, 子文 <u...@163.com> wrote:
> Dear all
>           I  use the command "../build/build/bin/build db120 installworld 
> installkernel " to build the db120 firmware,
> but I only get three files  kernel.DB120, kernel.DB120.symbols 
> mfsroot-db120.img.uimge,
> How can I get the kernel.DB120.lzma.uimage.?
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> At 2014-09-05 20:00:01, freebsd-wireless-requ...@freebsd.org wrote:
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>>Message: 1
>>Date: Thu, 4 Sep 2014 15:50:18 +0200
>>From: Matthias Apitz <g...@unixarea.de>
>>To: hiren panchasara <hi...@freebsd.org>
>>Cc: freebsd-wireless@freebsd.org, Dirk E <cipher...@hotmail.com>
>>Subject: Re: FreeBSD wireless support is lacking; needs better
>>       documentation
>>Message-ID: <20140904135018.GA2241@tiny-r269739>
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>>El d?a Tuesday, September 02, 2014 a las 09:13:10PM -0700, hiren panchasara 
>>escribi?:
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>>> On Aug 30, 2014 9:39 AM, "Dirk E" <cipher...@hotmail.com> wrote:
>>> >
>>> > ...
>>> >
>>> > I propose the following: create a wiki with a list of known working
>>> > wireless products. Each product should note which chipset it uses, what
>>> > driver it connects to, what features are suported (i.e. HOSTAP), what
>>> > FreeBSD versions are supported, whether it is open source / binary blob,
>>> > any license requirements (like Realtek) and a dmesg snippet where the
>>> > driver is detected. It can be managed by a maintainer that accepts email
>>> > reports from users who provide the required information. That way, we get 
>>> > a
>>> > list of hardware that is known to work with FreeBSD that people can
>>> > actually buy. Even a NewEgg-link or something to that effect can be
>>> > provided.
>>> >
>>> > This website was a lot of help to me in figuring out what chipset a
>>> > wireless product uses: https://wikidevi.com/wiki/Main_Page
>>> > I propose something simpler for FreeBSD; just a single wiki page that
>>> > lists products that either work or do not work.
>>
>>I fully agree with that we need more structured documentation about what
>>is working, in which versions and with which details. I'm editing in the
>>FreeBSD Wiki the webcam compatibility list and I know that editing Wiki
>>pages can be a mess and is not what every user who got something to
>>work, or to know, is wanting to do. What we do need is somekind of
>>database with a webform by which everybody could insert (or even edit)
>>exsisting data, ofc with somekind of creation of account and an anti-SPAM
>>capcha. Without this, the data actualization depends on the time and
>>availibility of the maintainer(s) of the page and information tends to be
>>outdated.
>>
>>HIH
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>>       matthias
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>>Date: Fri, 5 Sep 2014 14:33:45 +0400
>>From: Sergey Ryazanov <ryazanov....@gmail.com>
>>To: Matthias Apitz <g...@unixarea.de>
>>Cc: freebsd-wireless@freebsd.org, Dirk E <cipher...@hotmail.com>
>>Subject: Re: FreeBSD wireless support is lacking; needs better
>>       documentation
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>>Hello,
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>>2014-09-04 17:50 GMT+04:00, Matthias Apitz <g...@unixarea.de>:
>>> El d?a Tuesday, September 02, 2014 a las 09:13:10PM -0700, hiren panchasara
>>> escribi?:
>>>
>>>> On Aug 30, 2014 9:39 AM, "Dirk E" <cipher...@hotmail.com> wrote:
>>>> >
>>>> > ...
>>>> >
>>>> > I propose the following: create a wiki with a list of known working
>>>> > wireless products. Each product should note which chipset it uses, what
>>>> > driver it connects to, what features are suported (i.e. HOSTAP), what
>>>> > FreeBSD versions are supported, whether it is open source / binary blob,
>>>> > any license requirements (like Realtek) and a dmesg snippet where the
>>>> > driver is detected. It can be managed by a maintainer that accepts email
>>>> > reports from users who provide the required information. That way, we
>>>> > get a
>>>> > list of hardware that is known to work with FreeBSD that people can
>>>> > actually buy. Even a NewEgg-link or something to that effect can be
>>>> > provided.
>>>> >
>>>> > This website was a lot of help to me in figuring out what chipset a
>>>> > wireless product uses: https://wikidevi.com/wiki/Main_Page
>>>> > I propose something simpler for FreeBSD; just a single wiki page that
>>>> > lists products that either work or do not work.
>>>
>>> I fully agree with that we need more structured documentation about what
>>> is working, in which versions and with which details. I'm editing in the
>>> FreeBSD Wiki the webcam compatibility list and I know that editing Wiki
>>> pages can be a mess and is not what every user who got something to
>>> work, or to know, is wanting to do. What we do need is somekind of
>>> database with a webform by which everybody could insert (or even edit)
>>> exsisting data, ofc with somekind of creation of account and an anti-SPAM
>>> capcha. Without this, the data actualization depends on the time and
>>> availibility of the maintainer(s) of the page and information tends to be
>>> outdated.
>>>
>>Maybe it would easier to maintain a list of  supported chipsets and
>>provide a link to a website with a hardware database (e.g.
>>wikidevi.com)? There are not so many chips as compared with the amount
>>of different devices. Also wikidevi and similar projects are not
>>depend on OS and have a wider auditory. Just my 2 cents.
>>
>>--
>>BR,
>>Sergey
>>
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