Re: build kernel for woody system on sid system without chroot environment?
VSJ (<email@example.com>) wrote:
> I'd like to build a kernel for a (slow) Woody system on a (much
> faster) sid system.
> Should I create a woody chroot environment on my fast system just to
> build the kernel (that's what I've always done), or can I build a
> kernel+modules for a woody system directly in a sid environment
> without getting any library/linking/dependencies/gcc version/etc
The itself kernel should not depend on any external libraries, but you
probably want to use the same compiler version you have on Woody
(2.95?) in case there are any incompatibilities. If later you want to
compile driver modules on the woody box, you could get problems.
Andreas Janssen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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