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Re: Problems compiling Kernel


On Wed, Oct 06, 2004 at 05:54:09PM +0200, Michael Siebenborn wrote:
> After "make-kpkg kernel_image" it asks me for a Subarchitecture. I 
> choose  "PC" (CONFIG_X86_PC). The Problem is, with this option =y, uname 
> -m gives "x86". With this I can not Install the nvidia Driver or execute 
> any 64bit binary. uname -m with the Kernel 2.6.6 booted gives "x86_64".
Do you have pure64 installed? Or are you trying to build a 64bit kernel
on 386 debian?

> I took a look at the config file of vmlinuz-2.6.6-amd64. But this config 
> file doesnt have the Option CONFIG_X86_PC. I searched the Changelogs of 
> 2.6.7 and 2.6.8* for this Option, but it wasnt mentioned.
CONFIG_X86_PC is only available if you build a i386 kernel.

> I dont know, what to do now...

Try the debian kernels for amd64? 

Frederik Schueler


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