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Old 11-28-2012
Adding SDK Build on Kernel Source Build


So I downloaded this kernel source and was able to build it successfully.
But I want to add this SDK source code inside, can anyone help me how to do this? Note that the SDK source can be built by itself.

I added the SDK in the main Makefile:
init-y          := init/
#added SDK
drivers-y       := drivers/ sound/ firmware/ newSDK/
net-y           := net/
libs-y          := lib/
core-y          := usr/

Is this correct?

Also in the newSDK Makefile, the BASEDIR is set to '.' but when it starts building the SDK, it reports that it cannot see the necessary files that is set on BASEDIR.


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