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Re: How to compile a Kernel with pfsync support

Hi Petr && All

I have tryed this, but unfortunely it's not enough to compile a custom
kernel, 'cause the kfreebsd-source-8.1 is not "debianize", I mean,
when you download and unpack kfreebsd-source-8.1, it haven't a debian
dir, neither all the files its suppose to be in it (changelog,
control, rules, etc).

I admit i'm a little bit rusty in my packaging skills, if you can give
me some aditional pointers will be appreciated.

Thanks in advance.

2010/9/4 Petr Salinger <Petr.Salinger@seznam.cz>:
>> I've tryed the Debian standart method to compile a kernel, but the
>> build-essential package for kfreebsd don't have make-kpkg, and the
>> FreeBSD method doesn't work either, 'cause "make buildworld" fails, it
>> looks like the Makefile has some issues. ( I got a "Makefile:5:
>> missing separator" )
>> If you have any pointers on these, please, send me some.
> I would suggets
>        apt-get build-dep kfreebsd-8
>        apt-get source kfreebsd-8
> edit debian/arch/amd64/amd64.config or one from debian/arch/i386/*.config
> edit debian/changelog
>        dpkg-buildpackage -B -uc
> Sorry for not providing something easier.
> Petr

Manuel Garcia
Administrador de redes y servidores
Debian GNU/Linux 5.1
codename "Lenny"

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