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Re: how to make vmlinux?

On Sun, Feb 10, 2008 at 10:39:13AM +0100, Petr Stehlik wrote:
> Christian T. Steigies pí?e v So 09. 02. 2008 v 21:43 +0100:
> > If you only want to build for atari, edit:
> > debian/config/m68k/define
> debian/arch/m68k/defines ? I figured that out already.

> > and comment out all flavours except atari. Then start the build:
> > debuild -B -am68k
> > -B to only build the binaries, no source packages, -am68k if you want to
> > cross-compile, can be omitted on an m68k box. 
> > 
> > The build will apply the debian and m68k specific patches and create a dir
> > debian/build/build_m68k_none_atari
> first it builds a documentation and that takes _ages_.

At first it should create the source directories before it starts to build
anything. Are you sure you pass -B to your debuild call? I forgot how to
call that manually, ./debian/rules -B might have the same effect.
> I just wanted to get a working kernel (2.6.18 is working well) with
> Roman's NFBLOCK module. If somebody was building 2.6.24 (Roman's patch
> seems to be against something newer than 2.6.18) or backported the
> NFBLOCK for 2.6.18 and cross-compiled I'd be glad as it would save me
> quite some ARAnyM CPU time :-)

That patch is not in the CVS? Send me the patch and the config options I
need to activate and I can start a cross-compilation at work, the machine is
idle atm.


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