How to do it...

We will first start with using Buildroot and opening up its menu options for configurations.

  1. 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:
  1. The following screen should appear:
  1. Here, configurations to a Linux firmware image can be made. For our purposes, we will walk you through how to choose secure ...

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