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    diaamant got a reaction from Nofan Tasi in Armbian for Amlogic S912   
    During the compilation, was built a file: mali.ko, Which is placed in the file system /output/target  In folder /lib/modules/3.14.29/kernel/amlogic/gpu
    gpu r6p1 Installing to target
    In folder buildroot-openlinux-20170310/output/mesongxm_q200/build created folder /gpu-r6p1
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    diaamant got a reaction from mmss in Armbian for Amlogic S912   
    Yes, in order to build without any problems (the fact is that the download from openlinux.amlogic.com is constantly broken), you need to use any tool with the ability to download the following packages of large sizes:
    And put them in the folder:
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    diaamant reacted to gnthibault in Armbian for Amlogic S912   
    Ouch, during buildroot build, it looks like one has also to download http://openlinux.amlogic.com:8000/deploy/arc-4.8-amlogic-20130904-r2.tar.gz, which can take some time.
    Edit : looks like someone had a spare : https://gitlab.com/ember-dev/deploy/blob/master/deploy_ubuntu_14.04.sh :
    wget https://www.dropbox.com/s/tkvnj4n6klrb3pw/CodeSourcery.tar.gz
    wget  https://www.dropbox.com/s/rvved2rwjptibfb/gcc-linaro-aarch64-none-elf-4.8-2013.11_linux.tar.gz 
    gunzip  gcc-linaro-aarch64-none-elf-4.8-2013.11_linux.tar.gz 
    wget https://www.dropbox.com/s/5pn69t7gcthuqf0/arc-4.8-amlogic-20130904-r2.tar.gz
    Also had to download (and bypass sha256)
    wget http://sources.buildroot.net/DirectFB-1.7.7.tar.gz
    I can share the various buildroot utilities (including buildroot-openlinux-20170310.tar.gz) on amazon if someone is interested.
    Looks promising anyway, but I have seen that default kernel is 3.14, although 4.9 seems to be included. I'll report my build results when I will be done
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    diaamant got a reaction from gnthibault in Armbian for Amlogic S912   
    I just started to understand. Inside there is such a folder:
    Unzip buildroot-openlinux-20170310.tar.gz to /home
    A folder is created: /buildroot-openlinux-20170310
    $ cd ~/buildroot-openlinux-20170310
    $ source buildroot/build/setenv.sh
    You're building on Linux
    Lunch menu...pick a combo:
    1. mesongxl_p212_32_kernel49_release
    2. mesongxl_p212_kernel49_release
    3. mesongxm_q200_32_kernel49_release
    4. mesongxm_q200_kernel49_release
    5. mesongxb_p200_release
    6. mesongxb_p200_32_release
    7. mesongxb_p201_release
    8. mesongxb_p201_32_release
    9. mesongxl_p212_release
    10. mesongxl_p212_32_release
    11. mesongxl_p230_release
    12. mesongxl_p230_32_release
    13. mesongxm_q200_release
    14. mesongxm_q200_32_release
    15. meson8_k200_release
    16. meson8_k200b_release
    17. meson8b_m200_release
    18. meson8b_m201_release
    19. meson8m2_n200_release
    Which would you like? [5] 13
    (Note: mesongxm_q200 is board on Amlogic S912
    •   Amlogic S912 CPU
    •   2GB DDR3
    •   HDMI out x 1
    •   TF Card x 1
    •   Ethernet 100M x 1, 1000M x 1
    •   SDIO WIFI/BT (AP6356S) x 1
    •   SPDIF x 1
    •   USB hub x 2
    •   USB otg x 1
    •   EMMC x 1
    end Note)

    # configuration written to /home/buildroot-openlinux-20170310/output/mesongxm_q200/.config
    $ make menuconfig
    The buildroot window opens
    In the bookmark KERNEL there is such an item
    [*] amlogic gpu driver git repo │ │
    │ │ (r6p1) amlogic gpu branch
    [*] amlogic gpu driver local
    I chose package gstreamer1
    Started the assembly..
    $ make
    Let's look :-)
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    diaamant got a reaction from mmss in Armbian for Amlogic S912   
    Openlinux.amlogic finally laid out the buildroot buildroot-openlinux-20170310.tar.gz  (S912 S905X S905 S905D S812 S805 S802), size 1.8G