tbm: There is nothing in /lib/modules at all.
I have not installed any other Linux yet. It is the stock version coming with vendor.
Where do I get the debian version for this box?
Can I install the missing kernel modules and required stuff with apt-get or aptitude?
What are the steps to get a debian onto a separate SD card?
(I don't like to kill the running version)
I also got the live CD for sheeva development that is needed to compile the usbserial.ko, but it seems that it didn't contain libc headers. So would it possible to compile the kernel without the libc? (http://plugcomputer.org/plugforum/index.php?topic=434.0
My helloworld, including stdio.h won't compile. Then I installed the unixODBC development libraries and within it seems to install the x86 toolchain.
So it either wasn't a cross compiler suite or I got it managed to replace it :-)
What is the best way to get usbserial running, but also get started with cross compiling?
I want to port my project to arm :-)
I have the vendors product CD and it contains the toolchain. Is it the only source?