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Porting to an ARM9 board

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Porting to an ARM9 board

Postby lonelygeek » Tue Apr 22, 2008 10:21 am

Hey,

I have recently got an ARM9 board by Cirrus. It came with its own flavour of Linux. I want to run Android on it. I'm a newbie to Linux also. But I just need an idea about how to start. I know that there is an android repository online which contains a whole load of C code - i think thats the kernel. Please tell me wherever i am wrong.

If i am correct, then what do i need to do to run all that C code onto my board? I am really lost, and would be grateful if you could shed a little light on what to do now. I am even willing to learn linux in and out if necessary.

Thanks
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