Raspbian (full) starts the GUI anyway at boot and has done for some time. The Lite version has no GUI at all.jignesh.patel47 wrote:How can i customise linux kernel as per I can start my GUI on start up.
Thats OK, but why do you need to build a special kernel?jignesh.patel47 wrote:I want to start automatic python base GUI Application after booting on Linux kernel that i have builded for raspberry pi.
jignesh.patel47 wrote:How can i customise linux kernel as per I can start my GUI on start up.
I don't understand why you need to "customize" the linux kernel for this, and I don't understand why you cannot use Raspbian.jignesh.patel47 wrote:I can not use raspbian.
I want to customise linux as. if I will give power to raspberry pi 3, it will directly start my GUI application.
I want to customize linux like buildroot.in my case there is no kernel message and login does show on screen.kusti8 wrote:Do you mean buildroot? There really shouldn't be any reason not to use Raspbian since it just works.
Does normal linux has a x-window manager or X screen? So i can run the GUI App on linux.k-pi wrote:If you have a normal Linux setup, you can start any program from the .xinitrc file, so if your version of O/S follows normal practice, that is where to put it.
You don't have to run a desktop or window manager, it can display via the X screen itself.
You will need to decide how you intend to shut down Linux in an organised way, so as not to corrupt the system.
Yes of course it does.jignesh.patel47 wrote: Does normal linux has a x-window manager or X screen? So i can run the GUI App on linux.