Re: make-kpkg: need clues
Abdul Latip wrote:
This is NOT urgent, since Debian provides working kernels.
However, I am just wondering on where to find clues on how to solve
problems while compiling the kernels. I tried google with not much
The problem is, whenever I recompile a newer kernel using "make-kpkg";
most likely, it fails when using the config file from the previous
When you copy a config file from elsewhere, it's a good idea to do a
"make oldconfig". oldconfig asks you about any drivers/options that
didn't exist in the previous version.
Usualy, I try to solve the problem with "trial and error" until it
works again. Sometimes, it will work again, when changing the
"CPU" type. However, most of the problems are the modules.
Therefore, the solution could be sometimes removing the modules,
and sometimes by including the module into the kernel.
I'm not sure what you mean here. What are the problems? Are they