Re: nvidia and latest unstable kernel image, now [OT]
Lennart Sorensen wrote:
On Thu, Jul 17, 2008 at 06:26:19PM -0500, Mark Allums wrote:
A brief description of the Debian way is in the Debian documentation, if
you have that installed.
It requires quite a few packages, and it depends on the Debian patched
kernel. If you use the vanilla kernel, you may need to use the standard
I have used it on plain kernels many times. I have never seen any
indication it requries any debian patches. make-kpkg doesn't seem to
That's good to know.
Although, I think that there is an issue. I get a series of
"'modules.dep' file not found"-type error messages early on boot. I
have been wondering if it is something I have done wrong, or there is
something wrong with the build process. The system still seems to run
perfectly well after the init process completes. I only get that
message when I build a custom kernel. A kernel image from sid installed
through apt boots fine.
This may not be an AMD64 only issue, thus OT.
Am I missing something?