prebuilt subdirectory

The prebuilt subdirectory contains prebuilt binaries, and header files that are shipped with the BSP.

Before the BSP is built, all of the files from the prebuilt directory are copied into the install directory, maintaining the path structure.

In order to handle dependencies, the libraries, headers, and other files found in the ./prebuilt directory need to be copied correctly to your ./install directory. To do this, you'll need to run make at the bsp_working_dir directory level.

The "root" of the prebuilt directory requires the same structure as the system root. The target-specific and usr directories mirror the structure of /.

Note: All processor-specific binaries are located under the directory named for that processor type.

For example, the prebuilt directory might look like this:

Figure 1. A sample prebuilt directory.