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Re: 2.4.20 kernel panics on boot w/ AS2100

On Fri, Feb 28, 2003 at 10:04:21AM -0700, Soren Harward wrote:
> BTW, not being nearly as experienced with Alpha hardware as I am with
> Intel, why is there no "make bzImage" or "make vmlinuz" target in the
> kernel?  I've been using "make vmlinux" which generates these *huge*
> kernels (2.8 megs stripped) even with almost everything compiled as a
> module, but I'm curious because the generic Debian kernels are about 1.2
> megs, even though they have a ton of drivers compiled in.
I don't know the answer to the question of why no make bzImage et al...,
but I think you are supposed to use 'make boot', and then use the image
from arch/alpha/boot/  - thats what I have always done, with no


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