Re: recompiling kernel with just one change?
without erasing the /usr/src/linux,
just cd there and make menuconfig (or whichever you prefer)
the config loaded will be the one you last choosed,
so adding a module should be seconds of typing and minutes of compiling
and make-kpkg... (usual)
hope it helps
Alex Polite wrote:
When I need to recompile my kernel I usually erase my /usr/src/linux,
get a fresh version copy in my old .config and start working.
Compiling the kernel only takes 10 minutes, so it's no big deal. But
still... I'd rather just recompile the stuff that needs it. Sometimes
It's just a matter of adding a single module. I'm sure there some
smart way of doing this, preferably using kernel-package.