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comment Busybox `uname -r` shows wrong kernel version
@fpmurphy is it possible to set kernel version externally?
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comment Busybox `uname -r` shows wrong kernel version
@Gilles yes I am booting the correct Image file,actually I am using raspberry pi. But is there any option in kernel compilation to set up kernel version externally??
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comment Busybox `uname -r` shows wrong kernel version
I have cross compiled the kernel with gcc version 4.5.2
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