We will first start with using Buildroot and opening up its menu options for configurations.
- Once Buildroot is downloaded, run the following command in the root of the Buildroot folder to show Buildroot's configuration options:
$ make menuconfig
Other configuration user interfaces are available depending on preference, such as xconfig, and gconfig. For additional details, review Buildroot's user manual at: https://buildroot.uclibc.org/downloads/manual/manual.html.
- The following screen should appear:
- Here, configurations to a Linux firmware image can be made. For our purposes, we will walk you through how to choose secure ...