Re: Help compiling a kernel for iMac rev B
"Chris" == Chris Doherty <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Chris> I haven't the foggiest idea *what* in the trees for
Chris> kernel-patch-powerpc and kernel-patch-debianlogo (the two
Chris> patches I would like to install) qualifies as
Chris> "/path/to/kernel/patch". When I tried make-kpkg
Chris> --added-patches debianlogo,powerpc, it told me neither
Chris> patch could be installed (in the first case it was
Chris> serial.diff, in the second the whole patch just failed).
After you install kernel-patch-debianlogo and kernel-patch-powerpc you
don't have to run the patch command manually. You just run make-kpkg
and it will apply it for you. Is that what you were doing?
Is there a reason you need to compile a kernel (other than that you
just want to do it)? The precompiled kernels are actually really