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authorWaldemar Brodkorb <>2017-03-05 03:22:41 (GMT)
committerWaldemar Brodkorb <>2017-03-05 03:27:06 (GMT)
commitc56e90a45cd5017fc17b2889770bdf2c94aecc2b (patch)
parent96c621c24a9ca0b56c70f1efeec590e4ed1be316 (diff)
docs: add new screenshots
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@@ -18,17 +18,26 @@ assistant:
For each menu entry in the configuration tool, you can find associated
help that describes the purpose of the entry.
-First of all you need to choose a new or predefined appliance.
-This is a collection of different packages and configuration options
-for a specific appliance.
+First of all you need to choose if you want to build a Linux firmware
+or a bare-metal toolchain. Linux is choosen as default.
-After that you can choose your target architecture, your target system and
-other general stuff. Then you can select individual packages and kernel
-settings. When you are ready exit and save. You can always redefine the
+After that you should select your target architecture.
+Now you can select your target system, endianess, cpu and other stuff.
+If you want to compile some predefined appliance tasks, you can select it in +Tasks+.
+You can later simply add your own tasks, which is a collection of options, packages,
+kernel modules or features, runtime configuration and more.
+When you are ready exit and save. You can always redefine the
configuration using +make menuconfig+.
Once everything is configured, the configuration tool generates a