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RE: Kernel recompile issues on a SS20


Wouldn't a kernel compile the "Debian Way", using make-kpkg, do it for you?

It always did for me.

944769 Jul 13 12:24 vmlinuz-2.4.21-sparc-smp
No modules used.

SS20 - Dual Ross HyperSparc - 2.4.21 - Woody

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Rob Wultsch
> I am trying to compile a 2.4.19 for a ss20 and I am running into a
> couple problems. More than anything else "make bzImage" does not appear
> to work. It spits out 2 lines and does not want to do anything more. It
> will compile "make vmlinux" just fine though. Is there some preequiste
> that I need for for the one that the other does not need?
> The first kernel I compiled was 3.6 megs, so I made one that made use of
> modules and it is just under 2.6 megs, but silo is telling me that it is
> still to large.
> I have read several *fine* guides to kernel recompiles, incuding one for
> sparc, and I have not the faintest what is this things deal. Right now
> it is basicly a vanilly woody install with the only the developers
> packages insalled.
> Thanks for any possible help, even if it not helpful.

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