Re: kernel-build, refined
Sebastien Kalt wrote:
> Le Wed, Mar 28, 2001 at 06:42:37AM -0500, tom a écrit:
> > Here's the commands and messages:
> > #make-kpkg --revision=c01030281 kernel_image
> > #dpkg -i ../kernel-image-2.2.18_c0103281_i386.deb
> > dpkg: regarding .../kernel-image-2.2.18_c0103281_i386.deb
> > containing kernel-image-2.2.18
> > pcmica-modules-2.2.18 conflicts with kernel-image-2.2.18
> > (>>010327.1)
> > kernel-image-2.2.18 (version c0103281) is to be installed.
> > dpkg: error processing ../kernel-image-c0103281_i386.deb
> > (--install):
> > conflicting packages - not installing kernel-image-2.2.18
> > Errors were encountered while processing:
> > ../kernel-image-2.2.18_c0103281_i386.deb
> the pcmica-modules-2.2.18 package is supposed to correspond to a
> kernel-image-2.2.18 package, that is you should recompile the pcmcia
> modules everytime you recompile your kernel. It's the same if you don't
> compile your kernel 'a la Debian'.
> It should explain somewhere in the doc, but I can't remember where.
But if I do a side by side make=kpkg with the same revision
numbers for both the kernel and pcmcia package... I think I get
the same error...
I may have to check that. I don't think I reboot inbetween the