You can find the open source downloads here on Samsung’s website.
See the NX2000 build instructions below.
[ BUILD instructions ]
GPL/LGPL software for the Samsung NX2000 Series
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System requirement (Strongly recommended)
* OS: Ubuntu 10.04 or newer
The NX2000 Series has an Embedded Cortex-A9 (800MHz, L1 32KB, L2 256KB) with Neon processor;
the software is normally cross-compiled for that processor.
All of those softwares have to be built with the ARM toolchain gcc.
(arm-none-linux-gnueabi-gcc (Sourcery G++ Lite 2009q1-202) 4.4.1)
* Building Linux kernel and private drivers
* Unpack the nx2000.tar.gz into your home directory
* cd TIZEN/build
* Run “make nx2000_config; make bootloader; make kernel; make firmware”
* Check if TIZEN/build/binary/firmware/nx2000.bin is exist
* Building a package
1. Extract sbs module
* Place sbs.tar.gz into your home directory
* tar xvf sbs.tar.gz
2. Extract sbs-install module
* Place sbs-install.tar.gz into your home directory
* tar xvf sbs-install.tar.gz
3. Build a package
* cd ~/TIZEN/build
* make nx2000_config
* cd ~/TIZEN/packages/<package name>
* sbs -b
4. Install your package
* You can find 3 deb packages ( xxx.deb, xxx-dbg-xxx.deb, xxx-dev-xxx.deb)
Just ignore dbg and dev packages
For more information, refer <package>/debian/control file
* Install package with following command
(e.g.) sbs -et dpkg -i libscl_0.1.0-5_armel.deb
* To apply your package, please run next command in ~/TIZEN/build
– cd ~/TIZEN/build
– make nx2000_config; make bootloader; make kernel; make firmware
last updated: 2013-05-07
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