What needs to be done to get the box bootable? Do the vanilla kernels work? What do I lose?
I am aware that Wi-Fi needs a separate driver but my B3 does not sport one, so a major roadblock is averted.
Or, to rephrase: what do I need to do to:
- have it boot? (is it that whatever is in /boot/uImage gets executed by u-boot? Any quirks needed during startup that a vanilla kernel does not do?)
- have control over the front light? (or have it permanently switched off after boot)
- last, but not least: be able to replace the current kernel? (to upgrade to a newer one in the future)