Re: Sid Upgrade - now have make-kpkg error
Ok, I think this can be ignored now as I've checked the bug reports for
kernel-package (yes I should have done this first!) and apparently
there's some bug fixes in 8.132 that may fix this.
I've just done a dist-upgrade to Sid tonight and am trying to
recompile my kernel with the kernel-patch-mppe applied.
I've set my gcc to 3.4, but I get this error when running make-kpkg
/usr/share/kernel-package/rules:1623: *** Error. I do not know where
the kernel image goes to [kimagedest undefined] The usual case for
this is that I could not determine which arch or subarch tihs machine
belongs to. Please specify a subarch, and try again.. Stop.
Can I safely just specify a subarch or does this indicate something
else is wrong?
I've done the following to get to this stage:
make menuconfig - All I do here is set mppe to be compiled as a module
This is using kernel-source-2.6.11-9-amd64-k8.
Any hints greatly appreciated.
I'll just wait for this to enter Sid...