Build a linux distro using PDK

  • skullnotions
Posted: Tue, 10/07/2008 - 19:05
Hi, You will need to be running lenny or ubuntu (hardy) Once you have followed the tutorial you will have a snappy basic desktop using just 1.1 gig. I made the build using ubuntustudio. Prepare to be patient during the download part, and the workspace used 2 gig's of space, which can be reduced once you have done the initial download. If you are interested in 64studio development please take a look. CheckOut [PDK]( "Title") Cheers, dave.


  • cryotank
  • 08/04/09
  • Tue, 08/04/2009 - 11:59
Hello, My name is Jean and I'm a brazilian linux user interested in working with PDK with Debian. Hope to learn a lot in this forum with you guys. Thanks, Jean

64studio 3.0 alpha (pdk)

  • skullnotions
  • 09/29/07
  • Thu, 03/19/2009 - 11:14
Hi, With the release of 64studio 3.0 alpha\beta (based on hardy), now is the perfect time for those interested in 64 studio development to take a look at this amazing platform development kit (PDK). Check out the links above for information and tutorial. Edit: Another good reason to get to know PDK is if you don't have a DVD writer. Once you have the basics under your belt, the possibilities are endless. Cheers! Dave.

Not just yet

  • skullnotions
  • 09/29/07
  • Thu, 03/19/2009 - 11:09
Hi, Not just yet, but thats the idea when the next 64studio is released, (based on hardy). PDK is being prepared so that you "will" be able to build, and maintain 64studio, and other projects... The ubuntu based build is working fine right now. Because of a bug in lenny, building on lenny is not ready yet. It is being worked on. At the moment it's just a chance to get to know how the development system works. To find out where the project is up to, see this. The new mailing list is here. Edit: PDK has been upgraded and is working fine here on lenny & ubuntu. Edit2: cleaning up (next release based on Hardy) Cheers dave.

Why should I have debian

  • alidh
  • 11/29/07
  • Tue, 10/14/2008 - 09:26
Why should I have debian lenny or ubuntu hardy running for it? 64studio is based on Debian stable isn't it? So it is now possible to build a 64studio on Debian testing?