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Linux sources for precompiled img

Altera_Forum
Honored Contributor II
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Hello, 

I have downloaded precompiled SD image for DE0-nano-soc devkit from terasic site, linux kernel ver: 3.13.0-00298-g3c7cbb9-dirty 

 

Now I am trying to compile my custom driver for this linux.  

 

 

 

I have cloned altera sources:  

 

 

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git clone https://github.com/altera-opensource/linux-socfpga.git 

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Do you know which kernel sources I need for this linux? 

 

 

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linux-socfpga# git tag -l rel* 

rel_12.12 

rel_13.02_RC1 

rel_13.02_RC10 

rel_13.02_RC2 

rel_13.02_RC3 

rel_13.02_RC4 

rel_13.02_RC5 

rel_13.02_RC6 

rel_13.02_RC7 

rel_13.02_RC8 

rel_13.02_RC9 

rel_13.07_RC0 

rel_13.07_RC1 

rel_13.07_RC2 

rel_13.07_RC3 

rel_13.07_RC4 

rel_13.07_RC5 

rel_ghrd_RC1 

rel_ghrd_RC10 

rel_ghrd_RC2 

rel_ghrd_RC3 

rel_ghrd_RC4 

rel_ghrd_RC5 

rel_ghrd_RC6 

rel_ghrd_RC7 

rel_ghrd_RC8 

rel_ghrd_RC9 

 

rel_socfpga-3.10-ltsi_arria10_bringup_gsrd_ies 

rel_socfpga-3.10-ltsi_arria10_bringup_ies 

rel_socfpga-3.13-rel14.0_14.06.01 

rel_socfpga-3.13-rel14.0_14.06.02 

rel_socfpga-3.13-rel14.0_14.07.01 

rel_socfpga-3.13_14.02.02 

 

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I have tried one of 3.13* but my driver's version is: 

 

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vermagic: 3.13.0-00299 

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Altera_Forum
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The majority of users that are interested in building their own kernel are doing so because they have installed Ubuntu on their system and they wish to make a small change to the kernel for that system. In many cases the user just wants to make a kernel configuration change. 

 

The purpose of this page is to give that user a minimum amount of information for them to meet the goal of making a simple change to the kernel, building it and installing their kernel. It is not intended to be the definitive guide to doing Ubuntu kernel development. 

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