Re: Custom kernel and boot problems still...
There's a package called 'kernel-package' that has Debian Linux kernel package
build scripts in it. You can find kernel-package from section misc. Note that
there might be a newer version in unstable than stable.
I'm attaching a previous mail from debian-user about the same question.
Make-kpkg is one of the files in package kernel-package.
> How hard is it to compile a kernel on Debian? I suppose I will have
> to find out :) TIA for any options or ideas!
Subject: Re: A few questions.
From: Manoj Srivastava <email@example.com>
Date: 08 Jan 1997 03:56:23 -0600
About question 2:
>>"Jon" == <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Jon> 2) I am use to directly building slackware kernals. Will
Jon> something like make config; make; make zImage; make zlilo; make
Jon> modules; make modules_install break any dependancy info? I
Jon> noticed make-kpkg; what options would be comparable to the makes
The procedure would work, but leave no record with dpkg about
the kernel being used. I like being able to use dpkg to track kernel
images/sources and easy install/de-install.
The above sequence is equivalent to the excerpt from the
For the Brave and the impatient:
1% cd <kernel source tree>
2% make config # or make menuconfig or make xconfig and configure
3% make-kpkg -r=custom.1.0 kernel_image
4% dpkg -i ../kernel-image-X.XXX_1.0_<arch>.deb
5% shutdown -r now # If and only if LILO worked or you have a means of
# booting the new kernel. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!!
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