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In your linux SDK root directory. enter to kernel directory. 
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We recommand use below command to build kernel. It will use RK_KERNEL_DEFCONFIG and RK_KERNEL_DTS in device/rockchip/.BoardConfig.mk to build kernel. Please modify RK_KERNEL_DEFCONFIG and RK_KERNEL_DTS if it don't match your board. 
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In your linux SDK root directory.
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<pre>./build.sh kernel
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Or, you can use a separate command.&nbsp;In your linux SDK root directory. enter to kernel directory.&nbsp;
 
<pre>cd kernel
 
<pre>cd kernel
 
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For ARM V8: RK3399, RK3328
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For ARM V8: RK3399, RK3328, RK1808, RK3399Pro, PX30
 
<pre>make ARCH=arm64 rockchip_linux_defconfig
 
<pre>make ARCH=arm64 rockchip_linux_defconfig
 
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<pre>make ARCH=arm64 rk3399-firefly-linux.img -j8
 
<pre>make ARCH=arm64 rk3399-firefly-linux.img -j8
 
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For rk1808-evb&nbsp;board. Use below command to build the kernel:&nbsp;
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<pre>make ARCH=arm64 rk1808-evb-v10.img -j8</pre>
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For rk3399pro-evb board. Use below command to build the kernel:&nbsp;
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<pre>make ARCH=arm64 rk3399pro-evb-v11-linux.img -j8</pre>
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For px30-evb board. Use below command to build the kernel:&nbsp;
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<pre>make ARCH=arm64 px30-evb-ddr3-v10-linux.img -j8</pre>
  
 
For firefly-rk3288 board. Use below command to build the kernel:&nbsp;
 
For firefly-rk3288 board. Use below command to build the kernel:&nbsp;
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For phytec-rk3288&nbsp;board. Use below command to build the kernel:&nbsp;
 
For phytec-rk3288&nbsp;board. Use below command to build the kernel:&nbsp;
 
<pre>make ARCH=arm rk3288-phycore-rdk.img -j8
 
<pre>make ARCH=arm rk3288-phycore-rdk.img -j8
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For rk3288 miqi&nbsp;board. Use below command to build the kernel:&nbsp;
 
<pre>make ARCH=arm rk3288-miqi.img -j8
 
 
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Latest revision as of 11:15, 4 September 2019

We recommand use below command to build kernel. It will use RK_KERNEL_DEFCONFIG and RK_KERNEL_DTS in device/rockchip/.BoardConfig.mk to build kernel. Please modify RK_KERNEL_DEFCONFIG and RK_KERNEL_DTS if it don't match your board. 

In your linux SDK root directory.

./build.sh kernel

Or, you can use a separate command. In your linux SDK root directory. enter to kernel directory. 

cd kernel

Config your kernel.

For ARM v7: RK3288

make ARCH=arm rockchip_linux_defconfig

For ARM V8: RK3399, RK3328, RK1808, RK3399Pro, PX30

make ARCH=arm64 rockchip_linux_defconfig

For RK3399 sapphire-excavator board, VS-RK3399 board, Rock960 board. Use below command to build the kernel: 

make ARCH=arm64 rk3399-sapphire-excavator-linux.img -j8

For firefly-rk3399 board. Use below command to build the kernel: 

make ARCH=arm64 rk3399-firefly-linux.img -j8

For rk1808-evb board. Use below command to build the kernel: 

make ARCH=arm64 rk1808-evb-v10.img -j8

For rk3399pro-evb board. Use below command to build the kernel: 

make ARCH=arm64 rk3399pro-evb-v11-linux.img -j8

For px30-evb board. Use below command to build the kernel: 

make ARCH=arm64 px30-evb-ddr3-v10-linux.img -j8

For firefly-rk3288 board. Use below command to build the kernel: 

make ARCH=arm rk3288-firefly.img -j8

For rk3288-evb-act8846 board. Use below command to build the kernel: 

make ARCH=arm rk3288-evb-act8846.img -j8

For rk3288-evb-rk808 board. Use below command to build the kernel: 

make ARCH=arm rk3288-evb-rk808-linux.img -j8

For rk3288 tinker board. Use below command to build the kernel: 

make ARCH=arm rk3288-miniarm.img -j8

For phytec-rk3288 board. Use below command to build the kernel: 

make ARCH=arm rk3288-phycore-rdk.img -j8

For rk3288-evb-rk1608 board. Use below command to build the kernel: 

make ARCH=arm rk3288-evb-rk1608.img -j8

It will generate boot.img(ARM v8) or zboot.img(ARM v7):  it pack kernel image and resource image into Android boot image format. Please flash this binary to boot partition