Re: Building kernel natively
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- Subject: Re: Building kernel natively
- From: Magnus Berg <Magnus@Emdev.se>
- Date: Fri, 04 Sep 2009 07:38:37 +0200
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I've been doing something like the following. Although I'm not sure if
it's 100% correct, it does build a debian kernel-image package w/o
interruption for successful installation on my TS-219P.
make-kpkg kernel-image --initrd --arch arm --subarch kirkwood --cross-compile - --rootcmd fakeroot --append-to-version -bpo-pcie.1-kirkwood
Thanks, that worked fine. The --cross-compile was the crucial part, should have
spotted that on the man page but it wasn't clear enough for me when I read it.
I now have a kernel with working mtd devices for my pre-production TS-219 unit.
Me happy. :)