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Re: rolling a kernel for a different machine



on Tue, Oct 31, 2000 at 11:56:26AM -0800, Andrew Dixon (andrew_dwight_dixon@yahoo.com) wrote:
> Hi All,
> I'm trying to roll a kernel for my laptop using my
> desktop machine.  I tried the usual:
>  
>     #make config
>     #make dep
>     #make clean
>     #make bzdisk
> 
> and as I expected the boot disk does not work.  Can
> anyone give me any pointers on rolling a kernel on one
> machine for an other?

Your boot disk has to point to the root partition of the system it's
booting on.  What failure or error messages are you getting from the
laptop when you try to boot?

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