This is an unsolved problem.
Even if I figure it out, it might not create my expected package, from which I can re-flash the firmware of my Zaurus. I'm not sure what I'm doing, and I'm pissed off that Angstrom's website has become such an unusable piece of shit.
Supposedly it's something like the following, though I've no idea if it'll do anything useful.
# http://wp.angstrom-distribution.org/building-angstrom/ git clone git://github.com/Angstrom-distribution/setup-scripts.git \cd setup-scripts # akita – For pxa27x zaurus clamshells without a microdrive (SL-C1000) MACHINE=akita ./oebb.sh config beagleboard && \ MACHINE=akita ./oebb.sh update && \ MACHINE=akita ./oebb.sh bitbake virtual/kernel
oebb.sh I get :
There now is a sourceable script in environment-angstrom-v2014.12 You can do '. environment-angstrom-v2014.12' and run 'bitbake something' without using ./oebb.sh as wrapper
At first I got some github errors checking out, which was most likely my running into their DDOS security. I came back later and retried this whole affair from scratch. The "error" is:
github.com[0: 18.104.22.168]: errno=No error
It looks like I'd have to edit the scripts to notice that and retry. Without doing so, I would have to assume that running and re-running scripts would eventually work. It might not.