1) got X working. It wasn't the window manager setting, it was xbutton. Set it to "no". From the config file:
"You don't want this turned on unless you actually have the button device. If it doesn't exist, loading it it may interfere with other devices, especially the MK712 touchscreen controller. "
2) The X configuration in make webconfig gives errors when you try to apply changes.
Still a problem. I edit the config file by hand anyway.
3) With the options I have, a 32 MB card is too small.
I guess I can load less or go and buy some more goodies... er, I mean more development hardware.
If anyone wants the config file I can post it somewhere or e-mail it. (It is kinda big to post here)
As a side project, I think I would like to make a few iso and floppy images (kickstart) to install a RH/Midori dev environment. Pop in the floppy and it will set up a system for you! Run a few scripts and it would install Midori etc... maybe an option to download all the necessary stuff from the Internet...
Good luck on the moving. I am not sure of the all the files (under midori-1.0.0-beta3/cache/build/) it uses for the touchsceen, but I think it includes the mk712.o kernel char drive (under midori-1.0.0-beta3/cache/build/linux/drivers/char ), mk712_drv.o file (under /midori-1.0.0-beta3/cache/build/X-4.0.3/xc/programs/Xserver/hw/xfree86/input/mk712/), the xtouch driver (under midori-1.0.0-beta3/cache/build/xtouch-0.2), the entries in the XF86Config file, and the kernel itself. Also, the programs xcalibrate-0.1 and xkeyboard-0.2 (under midori-1.0.0-beta3/cache/build), are needed.
If you want, I could mail them to you (which may be of no use anyway) or post the CF image somewhere for anyone to use.
Next I have to get the D-Link usb network adapter to work. Anyone got it working under Midori?