Building arm kernels
I've just been building a new kernel from rmk's source (rather than a Debian
package) in /usr/src/linux. When I run make Install I get:
sh ./install.sh 2.4.16-rmk1 Image /usr/src/linux/System.map ""
/usr/sbin/mkboot: rdev: command not found
In order to use the new kernel image you have just installed, you
will need to reboot the machine. First, however, you will need to
either make a bootable floppy diskette or re-run LILO.
Checking for LILO...No
Should I make a bootdisk? (y/n) n
WARNING: Your system is probably unbootable now. After correcting any
problems, rerun this script with the command `mkboot -installkernel'.
Sorry if I should be RTFM rather than mailing here, but why does arm debian
let me install a /usr/sbin/mkboot script that
1: appears to depend on rdev which doesn't exist here
2: as best I can tell isn't relevant for arm. lilo is x86 only, isn't it?
What should I be doing to correct this situation, so that I don't have to
grovel around in /usr/src/linux/arch/arm/boot/ to find the Image to feed to