Compilar Chromium OS desde Ubuntu
Welcome to Chromium OS!
Our goal here is to give you an idea of how to get started.
Note: For all instructions, make sure you download the client into a local directory. Placing the source and compiling on a network partition will drive you nuts.
Note: These build instructions will evolve over time as the build system is improved. Make sure to periodically check back for the latest information.
You need to have Linux. We currently support the following:
- Ubuntu (Hardy 8.04 or newer, Karmic 9.10 recommended)
- An account with root access (needed to run chroot and modify the mount table)
- Chromium prerequisites (needed to build a Chromium-based browser as part of building Chromium OS)
Get the source
Build Chromium OS
This document describes how to build the Chromium OS image. This also includes steps for building the Chromium-based browser for use with Chromium OS.
Note: If you would like to make changes to Chromium OS, you must have used Git to download the source.
Now that you have gotten and built the Chromium OS image, let’s talk about making changes
to the Chromium OS code base.
We use Git to manage the Chromium OS repository. To learn about Git, read Git Help.
Here are some tips on installing and using a debugger to help you with debugging programs in Chromium OS.