I have been using
duo-buildroot-sdk now quite often to fine-tune my disk image to deploy, and I realized it would be more efficient to provide a repo with precompiled packages and add and remove those individually, instead to run
make menuconfig and all those steps.
- opkg: my first thought would be to pseudo select a single package, build it, and then make a snapshot of
output/milkv_duo_musl_riscv64/target/and feed the “new” files into .ipkg, then clean up output/milkv…/target/ again, repeat with next package - based on how making ipkg
- Debian/riscv64 and try to get apt/aptitude/dpkg work with low memory usage
- Fedora/riscv64, see this repo: GitHub - chainsx/fedora-riscv-builder first steps taken, perhaps rpm could be used separately?
- Update: ArchLinux as posted here in this forum
Any thoughts & comments welcome.
PS: I started to write my own notes on Milk-V Duo here.