Re: Kernel 2.0.34 problems
On Mon, 30 Nov 1998, Steve Lamb wrote:
: On Mon, Nov 30, 1998 at 12:43:32PM -0600, Nathan E Norman wrote:
: > : We'll find out shortly. I'm FTPing the sources from sunsite. Never did
: > : like the Debian way of doing the Kernel.
: > Why not?
: Because I was a Slackware person before I was a Debian person. I don't
: like how the headers are split from the code.
This point ...
: I've never cared to learn the
: "Debian way" when "make dep ; make clean ; make zlilo ; shutdown -r now"
: works so well.
... has nothing to do with this one. Your first point is addressed
quite nicely by Manoj's README in the kernel-package docs. Your second
point is a matter of semantics between using make-kpkg or not, and
therefore isn't really worth debating.
I "grew up" with Slackware too; I find the ability to put the kernel and
its associated modules in a deb file, but then I use one machine to
compile kernels for the various machines we have, since it's much
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