Hello to everyone.
I would like to install the Tango binary translation system : https://www.amanieusystems.com/
on my jetson nano. I think that it will be a nice added value to this board to be able to run the unmodified arm32 applications. Since I’m an amateur on the linux management,I would like to have some explanations to understand if and how I can do that. They say that it works mainly for Android,but it should work also in Linux,but not specifically for the tegra kernel nor for the jetson nano,but for the Amazon aws cloud system. Anyway I think that it could work with some tweaking. I would like to understand well what’s the procedure to follow for integrating the tango kernel patches inside the kernel that I’m using right now,that’s the OE4T 4.9.201+. It seems that the closest kernel to mine that’s indicated and for which have been included the patches is the 4.9.206 :
I’m not sure if I can apply those patches to the sources of my kernel version or if I should grab the sources of the version 206,but in this case,where are located ? Where can I get the kernel 4.9.206 sources which works for the jetson nano ? or maybe another supported kernel included in the list ? I’ve tried to install the precompiled kernel for AWS and it seems that they have been installed. Only minor errors are occurred :