Hi all! Let me explain you how to build a Chocolate Kernel for Acer Based ROMs.
First of all you need a linux machine.
Download the arm crosscompiler: http://www.codesourc...nux-gnu.tar.bz2 → Unzip it wherever you want.
Then you should download this script: http://goo.gl/0EVAj
and install something if you don't have it (for example with debian/ubuntu):
sudo apt-get install make gcc git flex bisonOpen shell and make it executable with chmod +x filename
Then push it to /usr/bin with
sudo mv kacer /usr/bin
Ok, we are ready! First of all you need to configure the script! If you don't have neither the kernel nor the ramdisk nor the manipulate-boot programm you can download it with kacer (YOU NEED GIT!)
kacer --download-kernel --download-stock --download-ramdisk --download-manipulatebootit will download all in your home folder. Now edit the script and edit this variables:
_CHOCO_KERNEL_FOLDER="" ← Add yhe path to your kernel between the quotes (For example "/home/yourname/acer_liquid_kernel")
_STOCK_KERNEL_FOLDER="" ← Add yhe path to your kernel between the quotes (For example "/home/yourname/acer_stock_kernel")
_MANIPULATEBOOT_FOLDER="" ← Add yhe path to your ramdisk between the quotes (For example "/home/yourname/manipulate-boot")
_RAMDISK_FOLDER="" ← Add yhe path to your kernel between the quotes (For example "/home/yourname/acer_liquid_ramdisk")
_WORKSPACE="a folder you want" ← For example "/home/yourname/workspace"
Save the script and we're ready to compile! Continue in the following topics
Edited by gnufabio, 18 May 2011 - 04:36 PM.