Intel Galileo board features Intel Quark X1000 SoC with a single core single threaded x86 CPU similar to Pentium.
|Intel Galileo with OLIMEX JTAG and FTDI USB-to-Serial|
Below are the steps to build a kernel and modules
1. Get BSPv1.1.0 package from Intel® Quark™ BSP Release Archive or from my GitHub BSPv1.1.0 where it is stored for convinience, you need v1.1.0. Its file name is Board_Support_Package_Sources_for_Intel_Quark_v220.127.116.11z . The newer BSP versions contain bugs and I believe were never used by Intel to build any kernel, for example patch list in BSPv18.104.22.168 doesn't match with the kernel version 3.14 used in upstream.cfg file and gitsetup.py script is missing, though it can be borrowed from an older BSP package it shows that BSPv22.214.171.124 was released without any sanity check.
2. Extract BSPv1.1.0 . Below BSP_DIR must be replaced with a full path to the directory where BSP package was extracted, for example /work/IntelGalileo/BSPv1.1.0/ .
3. Build the tools for cross compilation. Replace BSP_DIR with a path to extracted BSP package. This could take a couple of hours depending on Internet connection and CPUs power. Replace BSP_DIR with a path to extracted BSP package.
$ cd BSP_DIR
$ tar zxf meta-clanton_v1.1.0-dirty.tar.gz
$ cd meta-clanton_v1.1.0-dirty
$ ./setup.sh -e meta-clanton-bsp
$ source iot-devkit-init-build-env build
$ bitbake image-full
4. Build the kernel. To build the kernel you need a .config file. Intel documents will direct you to use meta/cfg/kernel-cache/bsp/quark/quark.cfg from the kernel sources downloaded and patched by running gitsetup.py but a kernel built with this config file doesn't contain modules for memory card interface so the kernel unable to mount file system from the card. The better way is to borrow a .config file from a running system created from iot-devkit-201510010757-mmcblkp0-galileo.direct.xz image by executing
$ zcat /proc/config.gz > .config
and copying the file to a building machine. Alternatively the file can be downloaded from my GitHub repository by this link .config .
Extract the kernel package. It contains a script to obtain the source code and patches.
$ cd BSP_DIR
$ tar zxf quark_linux_v3.8.7+v1.1.0.tar.gz
$ mv quark_linux_v3.8.7+v1.1.0 linux_v3.8.7
$ cd linux_v3.8.7
The following two steps can be skipped if you already have set git user name and email, if a user and email are not defined there will be errors while executing gitsetup.py, note that a user and email are not required to be genuine
$ git config –-global user.name "user"
$ git config –-glob al user.email "email@example.com"
Execute gitsetup.py, this will clone and patch the required kernel version from the kernel repository.
Change a directory to ./work that contains the source code and copy a config file
$ cd work
$ cp <A .config file obtained as described above> .config
Set a path for cross-compiler. Replace BSP_DIR with a path to extracted BSP package.
$ export PATH=BSP_DIR/meta-clanton_v1.1.0-dirty/build/tmp/sysroots/x86_64-linux/usr/bin/i586-poky-linux:$PATH
The following command will build a kernel and modules.
$ ARCH=i386 CROSS_COMPILE=i586-poky-linux- make -j4