2011/9/4 Jan Kiszka <jan.kis...@web.de>

> On 2011-09-04 14:21, rainbow wrote:
> > Is the ipipe patch the same as patch like
> > adeos-ipipe-,
> Except that the trace branch is for 2.6.35, yes. More precisely it is
> now the same, I just pushed the latest version that includes two more
> backported ipipe fixes.
> > I know the latter is xenomai patch
> > and after I patch it, I can see "Real-time sub-system  ---> " Option. But
> If
> > I use 2.6.35-x86-trace which contains ,there is no such option.
> That menu option is introduced by Xenomai, ie. after running
> prepare-kernel.sh. You likely forgot that step.

> Yes,I forget the step. So I think I only have to run prepare-kernel.sh
> --arch=x86_64

--linux=2.6.35-x86-trace  , I do not need --adeos option because
> the 2.6.35-x86-trace contains the ipipe patch.

> Note again that you have to use a Xenomai tree with the required ftrace
> patches on top if you want Xenomai to generate ftrace events as well.
> "Xenomai tree with required ftrace patches on top" you mean the branch

> > Another  problem is that there are so many xenomai gits , how can i
> download
> > the correct git?
> By cloning the the git repository you obtain all available branches. You
> just need to checkout the desired one afterward.
> > I am a newby to xenomai and I am sorry to ask so many questions but I
> want
> > to do something on xenomai :) . Thank you for your detail answers.
> Setting up ftrace for Xenomai is not necessarily a newbie task, but I
> think I know the background of this. :)

I think you really know the background :).

> Jan

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