The initial installation is performed using the
located in the root of the ELDK
ISO image directory tree. The
utility has the following syntax:
$ ./install [-d <dir>] [<cpu_family1>] [<cpu_family2>] ...
| Specifies the root directory of the ELDK being installed. If omitted, the ELDK goes into the current directory. |
| Specifies the target CPU family the user desires to install. If one or more |
<cpu_family> parameters are specified, only the target components specific to the respective CPU families are installed onto the host. If omitted, the target components for all supported target architecture CPU families are installed.
Make sure that the
option to the mount
command is in effect when mounting the ELDK
ISO image. Otherwise the
program cannot be executed. On some distributions, it may be necessary to modify the /etc/fstab file, adding the "exec" mount option to the cdrom entry - it may also be the case that other existing mount options, such as "user" prevent a particular configuration from mounting the ELDK
CD with appropriate "exec" permission. In such cases, consult your distribution documentation or mount the CD explicitly using a command such as "sudo mount -o exec /dev/cdrom /mnt/cdrom" (sudo allows regular users to run certain privileged commands but may not be configured - run the previous command as root without "sudo" in the case that "sudo" has not been setup for use on your particular GNU/Linux system).
You can install the ELDK
to any empty directory you wish, the only
requirement being that you have to have write and execute permissions
on the directory. The installation process does not require
Depending on the parameters the
utility is invoked with, it
installs one or more sets of target components. The ELDT packages are
installed in any case.
Refer to section 3.6. Working with ELDK
for a sample usage of the ELDK
If you intend to use the installation as a root filesystem exported
over NFS, then you now have to finish the configuration of the ELDK
following the instructions in 3.7. Mounting Target Components via NFS
Installation of the Glibc- and uClibc-based
versions into one directory is not yet supported.