Quote from ShiftPlusOne on August 25, 2011, 17:56
Again, we were talking about a whole system image (kernel, rootfs and all).
Heh... The kernel's not the crucial part, really. The userland's (rootfs) what you should be worrying about- and unless you're needing a device driver or something like 3D or OpenVG support, your userland, so long as you don't change from armv5 mode on GCC, will just simply drop on there as long as the kernel version's ABI is identical to the one they initially run with. Seriously.
The differences will be with things like on-board hardware, USB devices plugged in, 3D and the like. I'm strongly tempted to build up something for people to start working with the dogsbody stuff for the community that doesn't touch on those things.