Re: Non-root kernel compiling--Continue...
On Tue, Dec 05, 2000 at 07:53:30PM +0100, Sebastiaan wrote:
> I have read a very different way to compile a new kernel.
> $ cd /tmp
> $ tar -xIvf /usr/src/kernel-souce-2.2.17.tar.bz2
> $ c cd 2.2.17
> $ make-kpkg clean
> $ make menuconfig
> $ fakeroot make-kpkg --revision=9:mykernel kernel_image
> If it is correct, there is a net .deb packet in /tmp:
> cp /tmp/kernel-image-2.2.17_mykernel_i386.deb /home/user/
> Now as root:
> # dpkg -i /home/user/kernel-image-2.2.17_mykernel_i386.deb
> This will install your new kernel. Check lilo and look out for updates in
> /lib/modules/2.2.17, I do not remember how this is handled.
Ok, Sebastiaan, thanks to you and Alson, but...
Is there a reason to copy /tmp/kernel_image in /home/user/ before installing? and
Do you know if there are troubles using dpkg -i and grub like loader?