Re: Compiling a kernel that works
> That worked fine, once I included the ext3 (which I remembered) and the
> tulip card (which I forgot)
> That seems happy. I normally use make-kpkg and install the resulting
> .deb file. Could that be the reason why it is breaking?
Nope...I use make-kpkg aswell. I'd say you are just creating a kernel
that is missing some needed parts.
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