First be sure to have Docker installed :-)
Install the Container on your host:
docker run -d -P inetpeople/shibby-arm-dev
More about the Dockerfile: https://github.com/efries/shibby-arm-dev
You can SSH to this Container. The root password is: shibby-arm.
docker ps | grep 22/tcp # Returns something like: # 0.0.0.0:49154->22/tcp ssh firstname.lastname@example.org:49154 # password: shibby-arm
Run get_shibby.sh to get the ARM sources and set your environment. It will download the sources from bitbucket and set the build ENV for it.
Run to get the shibby sources
You will find the sources in:
Copy the source for compilation
Now switch into:
Don't forget to run once:
# Set $PATH and reload: echo "export PATH=$PATH:/opt/hndtools-arm-linux-2.6.36-uclibc-4.5.3/bin:/sbin/" >> ~/.profile && source ~/.profile'
Now build the firmware with make. Try make help or look into the Makefile in this directory to know your options.
# cd cd /home/tomato/tomato-make make help # Example: build firmware for 868L make dir868l V1=MyFirmware V2=2.6-xxx
# Did you save your work? Now is a good time.. cd /home/tomato/tomato-arm/release/src-rt-6.x.4708/ git clean -dfx && git checkout .