Re: kernel make install
On Thu, May 07, 1998 at 08:10:16AM -0400, Kenneth.Scharf@coulter.com wrote:
> Has this been fixed for hamm? ( Or have I missed something here?)
I use the kernel-package .deb to make custom kernels. It is available
for bo and hamm. It makes a .deb that you can install with dpkg -i.
"This package provides the capability to create a debian kernel-image
package by just running make-kpkg kernel_image in a kernel source directory
tree. It can also build the kernel source package as a debian file, the
kernel headers package. In general, this package is very useful if you need
to create a custom kernel, if, for example, the default kernel does not
support some of your hardware, or you wish a leaner, meaner kernel."
> Anyway thanks for the updated kernel. Is there a text file somewheres that
> lists all the patches that have been applied in a given .deb kernel package
> for the given revision of that kernel (IE: whats different between the .deb
> package and the .orig source files)?
The Readme.Debian in the /usr/doc/kernel-source-2.0.33 will have that info.
Also, you might want to take a look at the .diff.gz that is in the source
directory on ftp.debian.org for the actual patches.
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