kernel-package: --append-to-version ?
I'm running Potato r4, with Adrian Bunk's packages to upgrade to a
2.4 kernel. I'm building a custom kernel with kernel-package, and
I'd like to have the modules for my custom kernel land in a directory
other than /lib/modules/2.4.17/ . Essentially, I'd like to emulate
the behavior of Adrian's 2.4 kernel: /lib/modules/2.4.17-586tsc/
The --revision and --flavour arguments to make-kpkg don't do the trick.
They change the name of the system map, kernel image, and kernel
config files, but the modules still wind up in /lib/modules/2.4.17/ .
A posting to this list from 30 June 2001 speaks of an '--append-to-version'
argument to make-kpkg, but my make-kpkg doesn't recognize it.
(installed & running)
Thanks for any suggestions,
Chuck Bearden Library Systems Programmer/Analyst Rice University
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