I have been trying to build the release 6 for Nexus One a few days now.
I have worked through most issues but this one I think I need some input on in regards to building the kernel
I have the .config extracted from the phone, and did menuconfig, and put it in system/kernel-msm within the cyanogenmod tree.
When I run make, the compile gets to the kernel and it does not seem to recognize there is a .config there.
The questions about kernel config popup and then waits for input.
I read on some posts that the cm-kernel should be downloaded and built but why is there a kernel inside the cyanogenmod tree then?
Could someone let me know what the expected steps for building the kernel are so I can get an update.zip file?
BTW, I have built the cm-kernel before, and many other stand-alone kernels without this issue. If I build the cm-kernel outside cyanogenMod, what should I
do to get the zImage back into the cyanogenMod build - it won't actually build the update.zip file if the kernel build won't complete in the tree - right?
Thanks in advance,
**** BUILDING KERNEL ****
make: Entering directory `/home/abell/FOUO_HA_Mobile_Clients/Software/ROMs/cyanogenMod6-froyo-stable/system/kernel-msm'
scripts/kconfig/conf -o arch/arm/Kconfig
* Restart config...
* Multimedia support
Multimedia support (MEDIA_SUPPORT) [Y/n/m/?] y
* Multimedia core support
Video For Linux (VIDEO_DEV) [N/m/y/?] n
DVB for Linux (DVB_CORE) [N/m/y/?] n
* Multimedia drivers
Core IR support (IR_CORE) [N/m/y] n
* Qualcomm MSM Camera And Video
* Camera Sensor Selection
Sensor mt9t013 (BAYER 3M) (MT9T013) [N/y/?] n
Sensor mt9d112 (YUV 2M) (MT9D112) [N/y/?] n
Sensor mt9p012 (BAYER 5M) (MT9P012) [N/y/?] n
Sensor s5k3e2fx (Samsung 5M) (S5K3E2FX) [Y/n/?] y
Sensor s5k4e1gx (Samsung 5M) (S5K4E1GX) [N/y/?] (NEW)
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