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Getting Started with Cubieboard by Olliver M. Schinagl

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Compiling for a Cubieboard

Before compiling for a Cubieboard, the BSP has to be configured first. Whenever building for a different development board, the BSP will have to be reconfigured. This however, is an easy task using the configure script. Running configure without a parameter will populate the sunxi-boards repository, as that repository contains a list of supported boards and prints a list of available boards, as shown in the following code. Take note of the prefix ./, which is used to the configure the script. The output generated by configure is reduced here for clarity and convenience:

packt@PacktPublishing:~/sunxi-bsp$ ./configure
Usage: ./configure <board>
supported boards:
        * a10s-olinuxino-m a10s-olinuxino-m-android
 * a10-olinuxino-lime ...

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