Open Source Appliance Development Kit

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OpenADK - An embedded Linux construction kit

This is a menu based buildsystem for your embedded Linux system.

Before you can start you need to install some software:
- gcc or clang
- g++ or clang++
- binutils
- make
- tar
- gzip
- perl
- curl or wget
- git
- strings
- c library headers
- ncurses library and header
- zlib library and header

There is a check for the required versions of these software in advance, though.
Most of the needed software for the build process to succeed will
be compiled before the target build starts.

Please use "make menuconfig" to choose your target architecture and
embedded system and configure like you want to.

Simply running 'make' will build the firmware for your embedded system. The
buildsystem will download all sources, build the toolchain, the kernel and all

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