If you guys need a certain build, I can make a kitchen for you.
The Option.xml is an optional file (no pun intended) you can remove both, or you can rename one and keep the other. These files don't get cooked in, they only tell BuildOS what you want to cook in.
As for the 192 and common, you need both. The common are folders that all winmo devices can use, and the 192 folder are specific files for wvga devices. It has files with resolutions 480x800.
Usually when I port a new sys/zip, I'll do one or the other first, and see if it boots. Then I'll do the other so that I can tell where it fails, if it doesn't boot.
I dump the SYS folder.
I dump the XIP folder.
I put the XIP rar into the XIP folder.
I put the common and 192 in the ... what is it... the SYS folder where the files look similar.
but I put the common in first, because, it's, the common drivers.
Then i put the 192 in after because its the 480x800 wvga drivers.
then when/if it fails, I remove the files from common extraction, and keep trying to build, once it works, the sys is now complete.
That sound right
Edit: Actually, wouldn't it be better to do 192 files first, compile, flash, and see what windows "needs" after flashing. I'd hate to have common and 192 in there and only need some common files. Kabeesh?
Edited by xlightwaverx, 19 July 2010 - 05:50 PM.