Re: how do I compile a kernel image for 486, not pentium?
On Thu, Oct 31, 2002 at 08:48:23PM -0500, Drew Cohan wrote:
[steps used moved to bottom]
> My 486 complains that the image was compiled for Pentium+ and halts.
> How do I tell it to compile for my 486 laptop?
See this modified list of steps:
> 0) read the documentation that came with kernel-package
> 1) unpack the source tarball that is installed
> 2) enter into its directory
> 3) make menuconfig
> 4) select your options
4a) select "Processor type and features"
4b) select "Processor family"
4c) select "486"
> 5) make-kpkg clean
> 6) make-kpkg --revision=foo kernel_image
> 7) install the new kernel-image package
> 8) reboot